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Join Sandra in the fun and interactive hand-building where imagination knows no bounds!!
Sandra will show you techniques to help you to make fun, imaginative out of the ordinary clay items. Hand building is about making the clay do what you want it to do and there are no boundaries!
This term, Sandra will offer a taste of throwing to students who are beginners on the wheel!
Current EAC members will received 10% discount.
To learn more about how to become a member click here.
The cost of clay is extra and you will need to purchase a set of clay tools.
Firing and glazing are also extra.
Suitable for beginners.
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