has been helping people in Brisbane discover how much fun pottery can be
since 1997. Class sizes are limited, with a maximum of 7 students in each.
Small classes mean the students get to know each other quickly which adds to
the fun factor. Fewer students also means more help from the teacher when you
ask for it.
With the help of a coil-making extruder and a slab roller, handbuilding students are able to fast-track their way to success. In almost every case, students make something they are happy with in the first lesson.
Making pots on the wheel is called throwing. With four electric wheels, students at Mudlarks have plenty of opportunity to try their hand at throwing. It's lots of fun, particularly when you remember, it's only mud.