Make A Slip Casting Mould.

Make a plaster mould, this workshop is designed to teach the technique of making a plaster mould ( one part) you would be able to take this mould home on the same day and use it many times to make your favorite shape, this mould is originally used for slip casting but if you attend one of our term classes we have thought our participants many different ways to use this mould.

Beginner-Friendly: This workshop is perfect for beginners with no prior experience in ceramics. Kate will provide clear instructions, individual attention, and step-by-step guidance, ensuring that you feel comfortable and empowered throughout the entire process. You're encouraged to ask questions and explore your creativity under the expert guidance of Too Friendly Ceramics.

Materials and Tools: All necessary materials and tools will be provided for the workshop. You won't need to bring anything except maybe the piece you want to make a mould of, we are also providing some shapes like small cups and bowls. —just bring your enthusiasm, an open mind, and a willingness to dive into the world of slip casting.

What can you make? A mould of

- Breakfast Bowl
- Little serving bowl for dips, olives, dukkah
- Pot plant (great for little succulents) .
Sizes: 10 x 10 cm.

*Big Brains Tiny Hands. Kids & Teens Holiday's Sessions*

Kid pottery classes Melbourne ,

Ages from 8 to 12.
Kids have wild imaginations. our studio is a place where children can explore their creativity. They can submerge their hands in the mud to reach places that regular conversations won’t allow. Our goal is to build self-confidence, trigger curiosity, and allow the artistic flair to bloom from each child. We do this in a fun, safe and creative way by relying on many different pottery techniques. We teach the child to evolve their concepts by planning, implementing, and then reviewing their pieces.

All materials included, please bring an apron and towel.


Not Suitable for kids under 7.
Children will learn many pottery and ceramics techniques including the wheel, how to use natural imprints collected from the park surrounding our stunning studio, adding colors and glazes to make food safe and water proof pieces.
We are passionate about pottery and environment therefore we use an environmentally friendly technique to save our planet one piece at a time.
You + Earth = URTH

Free. Parent and kid Clay Bonding Time On Goodwood Road.

A lovely parent and kids clay bonding time. You can book 2 tickets for one family ( 2 parents and 2 kids)
We are so pleased to offer these sessions at Sat'dy on Goody, In a lovely outdoor setting at the front of Goodwood Primary School, Lola will guide you and your child through making and decorating a pottery piece. After the sessions, your piece will be taken to our studio on Goodwood Road ( 7/89 Goodwood Road. entrance from Albert St) to be processed and fired to a food-safe waterproof finish so you can use them and enjoy the pieces for years. you can collect the pieces 3 weeks after the sessions, finish.
each ticket is for one parent and one child (recommended age 4-12 years) per ticket and one pottery piece made by 2 participants. You can also track the pieces for pick-up details on this link, this session is originally fee, the $5 per booking is charged just to eliminate no show and allow more people to participate in this event, we also have wwalk-inexperience subject to availability.