Thursday morning session. We have got an advanced potterystudents with all sorts of different ideas. They are not affraid of any potterychallenge!
Maxability’s courses include several techniques, giving you an all-purpose ceramic ‘toolkit’ that will enable you to make anything you can think of, from simple bowls, cups and plates to big vases and unique sculptural pieces. At one of the first sessions you can learn how to make a pich pot.
Here you can see how it is made by Maxability’s teacher- highly skilled and experienced ceramicist- Vinicius Les (Colour & Clay).
Join us, we still have spaces: Email email@example.com
for more information, or just turn up!
A set of hanging pots. Ready for its firing.
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We’ve still got some places on our Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday ceramics classes, for learning and physically disabled adults, as well as all other adults. Join us and our highly talented teacher, Vinicius Les, to learn all about ceramics and take home your wonderful creations. We’re not-for-profit and our classes are heavily subsidised so it’s brilliant value. For more info, email firstname.lastname@example.org
One of our new ‘reptile mugs’ (not yet fired or glazed) and a stunning waterlily dish – just two of the latest pieces from Maxability’s studio at Flightways, Grahame Park.
At Maxability we work with and for disabled adults, to help increase their life quality by enabling them to realise and develop their creative potential through ceramics classes. Our classes are led by a highly skilled and experienced ceramicist and assistant, and give participants 1:1 support to create their own pieces. Contact us to find out more about our courses and to book into an intro session.