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Ceramics Workshops

Sydney's super-popular ceramics studio is back so you can sip wine, eat cheese and play with clay — or get kits delivered straight to you.
By Cordelia Williamson
June 01, 2020
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Ceramics Workshops

Sydney's super-popular ceramics studio is back so you can sip wine, eat cheese and play with clay — or get kits delivered straight to you.
By Cordelia Williamson
June 01, 2020
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Marrickville ceramics studio Clay Sydney is bringing back its super-popular in-studio classes from June, so you can book in for a fun date night or catch up with a mate. After a brief hiatus due to COVID-19 restrictions (and moving classes online), the in-studio workshops will be running with limited class numbers.

The studio's resident ceramicists will be running wine and cheese nights (BYO vino and cheese), where you'll learn the basics of ceramic design. You'll be hand-building a vase or mug out of white speckled clay then using vibrant glazes to finish. If you'd rather skip the snacks and get straight into getting your hands dirty, Clay hosts wheel throwing classes, plus date night-specific ones on Sunday evenings. The 90-minute classes will take you through how to throw clay on the wheel. Other classes include a mug and mimosa workshop and a planter party. At the end, you'll get to take home a perfectly imperfect product, handmade by you. You can check out times here. Or, if you're planning a special occasion, you can also arrange a private class — think hens parties, birthdays and corporate events.

Clay Sydney has changed up its studio a bit to ensure safe social distancing, as well as implemented stricter cleaning routines. In-studio classes will set you back $80, which includes all the gear and guidance you need.

For those who would prefer getting creative from the couch, Clay Sydney has been running its Clay At Home sessions ($55), which will continue. Online classes work like this: sign up and the studio will courier you clay and tools; watch the webinar at the scheduled time (or take an on-demand class), chat to the tutors and make your creation; drop your work off at the no-contact spot outside the Marrickville studio; the team will fire it; and you'll be able to pick it up from the no-contact pick-up point. You can also watch the webinar at a later date if you need.

For future class dates and to book your spot, check the Clay Sydney website.

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