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Ceramics image transfer classes

Previous experience with wheel throwing or hand building is required,

As the instructor's focus is not on teaching these processes, rather the focus will be on teaching various forms of advanced ceramics surface design; such as decals, transfers, underglaze transfer and oil-based underglaze transfer. 

Week 1

Throwing/ Hand building with intention for complimentary image at the forefront of design

Week 2

Underglaze image transfer techniques 

Week 3

Layering imagery 

Week 4

Expansion on image transfer technique

Week 5

Glaze application 

Week 6

Decal transfers 

If you would like to see Beginner & Intermediate pottery classes click here.

How much experience do I need?

You should have a solid grasp of the fundamentals, meaning that centering your clay should feel intuitive, and you can throw a consistent cylinder with even wall thickness.


We recommend you take our Beginner/Intermediate pottery classes twice before moving on to Intermediate Only classes.


You'll also need an apron ($17), and a trimming tool ($10). You can purchase these from us on your first day.

Pottery student wearing a teal apron pointing at their cylinder on the wheel.
Pottery students focusing on their pots as they raise the walls.

How do I book?

Our pottery classes are divided into two levels of experience: Beginner & Intermediate, and Intermediate Only.

Our Intermediate Only pottery classes are designed for the student who already has experience with ceramics and is wanting to learn new skills and try some more ambitious projects.

If you have a little bit of experience but feel that you need to practice your foundational skills, then we recommend joining a Beginner & Intermediate pottery class.

The classes run once a week, for 6 weeks. We offer classes in the morning, afternoon, and evening, 7 days a week.​​

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