Join Anthony Brink for a 4-day immersive approach to his practice. Whatever your skills, be assured that Anthony will facilitate your personal level while learning first hand the tips and tricks that take a lifetime to acquire from a master ceramicist. Be a part of a community of practice designed to further your interests and develop your skills.
This wheel based ceramics class is designed to help you take your practice to the next level. The 4-day guided learning intensive will focus on developing wheel skills in pursuit of discovering your own individual language of form. Throwing, trimming and glazing techniques will be discussed and demonstrated during the course.
This work will be bisque fired during the week so that works are ready for glazing on the second weekend. As well as glazing there will be an opportunity for additional guided practice at the wheel, demonstration of batch glazing, and an overview with tutorial notes provided on glaze structure, raw materials and the role they play in glaze making. Glaze fired work will be available for pick up 2 weeks later.
Glazing and wheel practice
Glazing and wheel practice
Anthony Brink is a potter who produces work for sale, exhibition and commission from his studio in Blackheath in the Blue Mountains. https://www.anthonybrink.com/ He has over 35 years of professional experience ranging from early training as a mould maker for KC day, assistant to sculptor Frederic Chepeaux, apprentice to artist potter Gwyn Hanssen Pigott and production thrower at Errol Barnes’ Lyrebird Ridge Pottery.
Anthony is also an accomplished teacher, having worked extensively in the Higher education and Vocational Education and Training sectors, as well as in Adult Community Education. Since 2013 he has conducted workshops at the annual Artsworx McGreggor Summer School, University of Southern Queensland.
Refunds: MakerSpace requires a minimum of 5 days (or 120 hour) notice in writing to receive a full refund. If you miss this window, we recommend you gift (or sell) your place to someone who will use it and love it. Class places are fully transferable. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Cancellations: We rarely cancel classes, but occasional things come up beyond our control. Our classes are very small to ensure you have a great learning experience, but we need a minimum of 4 students to run most of our classes. If a class is cancelled, we will get in touch by phone or email, and discuss your options which include refund, credit or transfer to another date.
Kids in classes: MakerSpace classes are designed for adults. Kids aged 14-17 can book this class on the condition that an accompanying adult also participates – which means booking two places. If you have questions about kids in the workshop, please read this.
Terms and Conditions: All students must read and agree to our full Terms and Conditions, you can find them here.