London, United Kingdom Feb 24, 2023 (Issuewire.com) - Kite Studios is pleased to announce the launch of their new course, Adult Pottery Wheel Intensive Throwing, starting from 22 February 2023. This exciting course is designed for adults who want to learn the art of pottery and develop their skills in wheel throwing.
https://kitestudios.org/ is a well-known art studio based in Shepherds Bush, London. They offer a wide range of art courses for people of all ages and abilities. The Adult Pottery Wheel Intensive Throwing course is the latest addition to their portfolio and promises to be an unforgettable experience.
The course will be taught by experienced and qualified pottery tutors who will provide a supportive and inspiring environment for students to learn. The course will consist of 2-hour sessions over a period from 22/Feb - 29/March every Wednesday. Students will learn the basics of pottery wheel throwing, including centering, throwing, trimming, and glazing.
"We are very excited to launch our new Adult Pottery Wheel Intensive Throwing course," said Auriol, the founder of Kite Studios. "This is a great opportunity for adults to learn the art of pottery and develop their skills in wheel throwing. We are confident that our experienced tutors will provide a supportive and inspiring environment for our students to learn in."
The course is open to anyone, regardless of their previous experience in pottery. All materials and equipment will be provided by Kite Studios, and students will be able to take home their finished pieces at the end of the course.
To find out more about the Adult Pottery Wheel Intensive Throwing course and to book a place, visit the Kite Studios website at https://kitestudios.org/. The course will take place at the Kite Studios art studio located at 2b Bassein Park Road, Shepherds Bush, London, W129RY.
For more information, please contact: Auriol
Tel: +44 20 8576 6278
+44 20 8576 6278
2B Bassein Park Rd, London W12 9RY, United Kingdom
Source :Kite Studios
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