The following workshops are being run by The Stanthorpe Pottery Club members, or visiting potters
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 September School Holiday Children’s Workshop  24th /25th /26th September 2018
 Stanthorpe Pottery club $45 per child for the 3 sessions. Family discount: child one $45 child two $40, child three $35.

To book a place and/or ask any questions please phone: Dianne Whitford; Ph: 4683 5308, mob: 0488 054 151 or E:

Places are limited and will be allocated in order of bookings.

Laura’s Wednesdays morning group Every Wednesday morning from 10.30 am Stanthorpe Pottery club Informal support group, suitable to all levels. Beginners welcome.  $20 per session. Please contact Laura at


6 & 7th October 2018 Stanthorpe Pottery Club

Cost: $75 (there maybe some small costs for materials)

Incising, carving, sgraffito, water erosion, sprigging, impressing etc combined with the use of colours such as slips and underglazes.

 Check Cathy’s website
10 participants (only 5 places remaining)
To reserve a place contact John Donnelly
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Nerikomi Pottery

25th -26th August 2018 between 9 and 5pm each day.
 Stanthorpe Pottery club Robyn Gill will be running a weekend workshop

Cost: $90 includes your clay and mould.

Materials needed for workshop: List will be sent to those that book in.

Contact: Krishna and Joe Heffernan  0408221771 or 0448365351

Only 12 places available for workshop so book early.


Past workshops

Max Powell – Slab technique workshop –  August 2017

The workshop was funded by the Regional Arts Development Fund (RADF), which is a partnership between the Queensland Government and Southern Downs Regional Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.

Maggie Brockie’s clay sculpture workshop “Feather and Fur” held on 19th  and 20th  March 2016 was well attended and participants created fantastic sculptures

Maryke Anderson – Altered Thrown Forms – 18 & 19th Feb. 2017

Lindsay Hamilton workshop (27 & 28 Sept. 2014)

Claire Locker – Potter (28 & 29 March 2015) 



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