Have you completed a beginners’ course or previous regular ceramics programmes at SSW, and are keen to develop your ceramics skills and knowledge with regular practice? This subscription offers regular access to SSW’s ceramics workshop through supported group sessions on Thursdays and Fridays. Develop your own projects and practice skills within a friendly group and receive technical guidance and support in your learning.
- 6 hours’ supported practice (2 x 3 hour sessions) per month
- Personal storage allocation (W40 x D40 x H50)
- Technical support and guidance in session hours
- Subscriber’s rates for firing, for items made start to finish at SSW
- Reduced rates for 1:1 sessions to focus on specific skills or projects
£40 per month per person
We don’t currently have any spaces available for Regular Practice. When spaces become available we will advertise to our Courses participants in the first instance, followed by the wider public.
We anticipate demand for Regular Practice will be high, as such we don’t keep a waiting list. If you are interested in getting involved with ceramics at SSW we recommend you check out our Courses and 1:1 sessions, and sign up to our mailing list.
Any person is eligible for Regular Practice. You do not need to have existing skills or experience in working in ceramics. We advise that you attend a Course before committing to Regular Practice to make sure it is for you, although this is not required.
When will the programme start?
We do not have a confirmed start date for Regular Practice as this is dependent on wider COVID-19 restrictions. We will be in contact with all subscribers regarding the start date as soon as we can.
How does it work?
Regular Practice sessions take place:
Thursdays, 10am – 1pm
Fridays, 10am -1pm
Fridays, 2pm – 5pm
A session lasts 3 hours and is supported by our Ceramics Technician. There will be between 1 and 3 people in each session, and you are free to book up to 2 sessions at any point in the month.
Your very first session will comprise of an induction to the workshop, including health and safety procedures, and some of the skills and processes we can support. Following this, you will be free to work at your own pace and a technician will be available in the session to support your learning. As it is a small group of people, you will get to know the other Regular Practice users – it’s a really friendly and supportive environment.
If you have any suggestions, questions or requirements relating to accessibility at SSW, please get in touch and we will make every effort to support you to visit.