Wednesday Nights


Wednesday Night Muddle Club Classes – 10-week term

First class: 22nd July 2020
Last class: 23rd September 2020
6.00pm – 9:00pm
(with a 30min dinner break)

Clay, glazes, tools, equipment are all supplied, and firing of works made during class is included.

Our large light-filled workshop space includes 10 pottery wheels, 2 slab rollers, hand-building tables, and all the tools you’ll need.

There’s a maximum of ten students per class so our students get plenty of one-on-one tutoring.

These classes are open to all levels of clay experience from beginner through to a seasoned maker.

Classes a taught on an open learning style, as there are mixed experience levels in each class. The teacher demonstrates and explains techniques of differing projects, if the learner wishes to expand that skill set they can participate in that demo. Hands-on explanations of technical issues are given as they arise when working on personal projects.

In the fully equipped studio learners can experience hand-building (making using the pinch, coil and slab techniques), wheel throwing (using the potters wheel to form the clay) and slip casting (using liquid clay in moulds).



When you’re enrolled in our adult term classes, you automatically become a Muddle Club member. When you’re in the Muddle Club you can come along to the studio whenever it’s open to keep working on your projects or produce more work. You’ll have full use of the studio equipment and tools. You’re welcome to come while another class is running, but please keep in mind that the class participants have first priority when using equipment. One-on-one tutoring isn’t available while you’re not in designated class time, but as the studio is a working studio with a number of potters there’s always someone around to answer any questions you may have. Firing costs will be worked out on an individual basis, and will be at a very reasonable fee based on weight / size of your work.

We’re at the studio between 10am – 9pm Monday-Thursday, and other times by arrangement.

TUTOR: Isaac Patmore

Isaac is a ceramic artist and educator with over 20 years experience in clay. In that time, Isaac has worked across a wide range of ceramic techniques and finishes – including wheel throwing, hand-building, slab work, slip casting, hump/slump moulds, decorating and glazing; and has taught across a diverse range of the community.



If you are unable to attend your booked class or workshop please notify us as soon as possible on If we are able to find someone to take your place in the class / workshop you will be refunded 90% of the class / workshop fee. If we are unable to find someone to take your place in the class / workshop you will be refunded 50% of the class / workshop fee.

If you have already attended some of your term classes or part of a workshop there is no refund given for the remaining time / sessions / days.

If the class or workshop is cancelled by MUDDLE Ceramics Workshop then you will be refunded in full.

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