Missing your closest mates, trying to think of COVID-safe ways to celebrate a birthday, or just wanting to do something a little special and a little luxurious?
Perhaps you're looking for a unique activity for a hen's party or simply want to bring your colleagues back together in a team-building as we start to move back into the office.
While private at-home gatherings are still considered high-risk settings, we’re delighted to welcome you into our own home for fun and safe socially distanced crafts & art workshops for you and your friends.
Our studio has fantastic open-air ventilation
Step into our gorgeous studio on Hardware Lane, Melbourne CBD, and let us treat you to some grazing plates, chocolates and bubbly, all while you enjoy expert tuition from our most experienced artists.
You'll also be showing some much-needed support for our lovely artists who have been hit hard by this most recent lockdown.
Private bookings include:
WHEN DO THE PRIVATE CLASSES RUN
These classes will be scheduled to run from 6 PM - 8 PM Monday - Friday. Simply pay for your class and then contact us to on firstname.lastname@example.org to book a time. The times will depend on previous bookings and teacher availability
CERAMICS | HANDBUILDING | VASES & BOWLS
We aspire to create a space to facilitate a journey of creative exploration and play while providing the environment for learning, skill building and developing capacity for you to create your own unique individual pieces using clay .
In this beginner-friendly workshop, you will learn the basic techniques and craft of hand-building with clay to create your masterpiece. Join Linh and discover why she loves creating unique ceramic vessels with her own two hands! You can choose to make one large vessel or 2 mini vessels.
This 2 hour workshop is suitable for all skill levels including beginners.
Linh was Born in Hanoi, Vietnam. She moved to Melbourne in 2007 and started to collect ceramics pieces from some local Australian artists about 9 years ago, whereupon she found her interest in clay. She spends her night times mostly creating ceramics pieces by using hand-building techniques such as coiling, slabbing and carving. She has been working with different kinds of clay such as earthenware, stoneware and porcelain, however stoneware in particular interests her because of its durable and dense stone-like quality.