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Clay Class - Open Level Summer 2021 (in person)

Monday 17th May 2021 — Monday 26th Jul 2021, The Lookout Studio, The Base

On the left is a small house sculpture that has been made out of clay. On the right is a photograph of practitioner Cait Gould making a clay bowl, using a spinning wheel.

Priority booking opens to Members on Thursday 6 May. Tickets are available for general sale on Tuesday 11 May at 10am.

By booking for this course, you are selecting to attend Clay Class - Open Level in person at The Base. Click here if you wish to attend this course online, via Zoom.

Join our resident artist and Pottery Throw Down's Cáit Gould to explore the possibilities clay offers in a friendly, relaxed environment.

Suitable for beginners and more experienced potters alike.

The 5 week course is suitable as a taster or for a specific small project, while the 10 week course enables you to develop your making and decorating skills further. Equipment, materials, firings and glaze included.

Please remember to bring your face covering with you as visitors over the age of 11 are required to wear them in the building, unless you are exempt from wearing one. If you remove your mask to eat or drink you must put it back on straight after.

This course will take place in person at The Base.

Duration: 6pm - 8pm

Course dates: Mondays, 17 May - 21 Jun & 28 Jun - 26 Jul

This course will take place in person at The Base.

All places must be booked in advance. Booking closes 24 hours before the course start time. Please note that we reserve the right to cancel any course or workshop if the minimum numbers are not met.

We will be limiting the number of people admitted to each event to ensure appropriate social distancing between each group.

Bookings must be for no more than 6 individuals (or two households). Online bookings are limited to a maximum of 6 tickets. If you are making a booking for two households and require more than 6 tickets please contact the Box Office and they will assist with your booking.

In accordance with Government regulations sectors including leisure, entertainment and hospitality are now legally obliged to have a system in place to request and record contact details of their customers, visitors and staff to help break the chains of transmission of coronavirus. Anyone in your party aged 16 or over will be asked to scan the Test and Trace QR code or to record their contact details with us.

Click here for more information on your visit and the changes we have made to follow government and industry guidelines.