20 hours Workshop

Pottery Wheel Summer School

Take the next step in your ceramic practice in our pottery wheel course.


  • 20-hour pottery wheel course divided into 5 sessions of 4 hours each.
  • Adapting the program to the pace and level of each participant, the course is focused on learning, improving the practice, and perfecting it: building larger pieces, applying alterations and various finishes, working on serial production.
  • We will work with different clay bodies for a better understanding of the qualities and characteristics of each: low temperature, high temperature, and porcelain.

In the pottery wheel course, you will have the opportunity to create pieces that you can later decorate with surprising effects in our raku course. Alternatively, you can work on that unique design project you’ve been imagining and drawing inspiration from, to later use it as a prototype and create a mold in our plaster mold-making course.


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  • 20 hour workshop: 5 sessions of 4 hours/day

    (Monday to Friday – 10:00 am to 2:00 pm)


    Next workshop:

    • 1st to 5th of July


    Submition deadline:

    up to 7 calendar days before the start of the course*

    * check our booking and cancellation policies here


  • Course 350€ *


    *the price includes all materials, the use of tools, and firings.

    *the price does not include, if needed, the shipping of your pieces by mail. The cost of shipping will be additional, inquire according to destination.

How are we going to work:


– Learn to knead the clay; center the clay on the wheel; build basic shapes such as cylinders, bowls, plates;
– Review and practice of trimming techniques and finishes;
– Making and attaching handles and feet
– Introduction to decoration with engobes and methods of application: using a bulb syringe, marbling, sgraffito, mishima, stencils, brush, sponge;
– Solving common problems that can arise when working on the wheel.


– Understand the properties and characteristics of different types of clay: terracotta, stoneware, and porcelain
– Throwing in two parts, adding lids, and constructing closed forms
– Solutions on how to solve and avoid some common problems
– Decorative techniques: sodium silicate, colored engobes, and slip
– Working on serial production and understanding the power of repetition to find your unique touch, your own and consistent style

Note that:

  • No previous experience is necessary;
  • The classes are comprised of a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 7 people to ensure a personalized service;
  • We provide you with all the materials and tools that your creative process may need, this also includes the work apron:
  • If requested, we also offer the course as an individual class (ask for price and availability).


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