04. Try The Wheel – Saturday 2nd July 1:00-3:30pm

2.5 hour session

$130 per person

All levels of experience welcome

Tutor: Adele Macer


Each Try The Wheel will have a maximum of 10 participants and students will have one of their works created during the session glazed and fired.

SKU: Try the Wheel 25/3-1-11-2-1 Category:


Experience the thrill of wheel thrown pottery. Attend solo, or book in a group of friends and get ready to make some mess.

This 2.5 hour session will show you how to tame the clay! Our experienced tutors will guide participants through the basics of throwing small forms. Learn how to centre a ball of clay on the wheel in motion, and form a cylinder or bowl, or even a wonky dish.

These sessions are a great way to get a feel for clay – either as a test run to undertaking a 6 week course, or as a few hours of fun with friends.

This workshop includes all clay, tool and materials, and the glazing and firing of one piece of work each. This includes two firings (bisque and glaze) and glazing by our technician. NPS staff will email students when work is ready for collection.

All classes will have a maximum of 10 participants and students will be using Northcote Pottery Filtered Stoneware Clay.

This class is not refundable or transferable. These workshops are aimed at adults, the minimum age is 18 years old. Children aged 15 + may attend if accompanied by a fee paying adult.

Please wear comfortable clothes and closed toe shoes that you don’t mind getting a bit dirty. You will need to bring along your own towel and apron for the workshop – as wheel throwing can be messy!


Adele Macer is a self taught, Melbourne ceramicist making functional tableware, pots, vases and planters for everyday use. She has completed a Masters of Visual Art at Victorian College of the Arts in 2010, taught art and design in various high schools and am currently teaching pottery in Melbourne. Her handmade, stoneware ceramics employ various methods of production and process, specialising in wheel throwing, slip casting and hand building (and sometimes use all three in the one piece). Adele’s interest in materials and processes keeps her learning new techniques all of the time and one of her favourite things to do is share what she learns.


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