245 Hunua Road, Papakura, Auckland.

0212862424

halfpintpottery@gmail.com

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CLASSES

 Summer Workshops 

These make great Christmas presents but please use your investigative skills to check with the recipient that the date is free. 

Available as a gift certificate

Plant Poworkshop 

Tutor Jo Raill

Make a large plant pot and two smaller ones in this three-hour workshop.

Have a look at our glasshouse gallery made from recycled windows and the organic vegetable garden.

Everything included.

Tea, coffee provided.

 1st February

 10.am -1.pm

  $120 each 

Pots can be collected 3-4 weeks after the class

Available as a gift certificate

Pottery Wheel workshop

Tutor Aidan Raill

In this three hour class, you will get to learn the basics on the pottery wheel.

At the end of the lesson, you will also have a chance to see the glazing process by decorating a premade tumbler.

Small class 

Everything is included

Morning tea provided.

18th January

10-1 pm

$110

Mini workshop

Book a Session -2 hours

Ideal for a date or that special present,

families or a group of friends.

$95 each

All materials included

Minimum booking 2 people

max 6 people, per workshop

In this workshop, you will have a turn on the pottery wheel, make a slab pot, make a pinch pot and decorate a tumbler

pots can be collected 3-4 weeks after the class

 

Next available mini-workshop dates

Weekends dates

November 30th

January 19th,25th,26th,

Auckland anniversary 27th

February 1st,2nd

Weekdays available by arrangement  

Please contact

 halfpintpottery@gmail.com

to book a mini-workshop date and time. 

     

Pottery Tips

1.Wear casual comfortable clothes. Bring your own apron and towel. Clay will get on your clothes. This is easy to wash out.


2.Trim your fingers nails. While it is possible to make work with long nails it does make it more difficult to shape the clay.


3.Remove all your hand jewellery. It is easiest to leave this at home.


4.If you have long hair bring a hair tie. This is to avoid any accidents on the wheel.