Delve into the creative process of pottery at these three studios.
Gary Brun
Published on September 01, 2023


Ceramiques has studios all over Melbourne, with locations in Elsternwick, Kew and Geelong — offering up wheel-based ceramics classes in its tranquil, relaxing and creativity-inspiring studios.

In Elsternwick, its classes include a one-off experience where curious-minded students can experience a two-hour introduction to pottery. They'll use the wheel for the first time, and by the end of the session, they'll have created two to four pieces of which their favourite will be glazed and fired — ready for collection not long after. There is also a four-week term with one two-hour class per week.

Ceramiques pottery studio in Melbourne - pottery classes

Here, you'll learn all the steps involved in wheel throwing, from the design phase to the glazing. There is also a hand-building class on Thursday evenings for those who want to experiment with the endless possibilities of hand-crafted clay.

The Kew and Geelong studios offer the same courses, while the Geelong spot incorporates the Ceramiques LAB where the teachers test, experiment and create. There are events and specialty classes here too. 

If you already have a knack for pottery Ceramiques allows studio accessories and kiln hire for a fee, so you can swing by any time you like and perfect your craft. 

Pottery at Ceramiques studio


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