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Introduction to Pottery - taught course

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What: Introduction to Pottery - taught course - 18th September 2019
The course covers foundation techniques in pottery and making with clay, coil, hand building, sculpting and throwing on the potters wheel. Course leader, Artist/Potter Stephen Pettet-Smith. The course is based at the pottery, Exeter Community Centre, St Davids Hill, Exeter.
Where: Exeter Community Centre
When: 18th September 2019
How Much: £90 for six sessions (6.00 -9.00)
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