This is a two day, all-inclusive pottery retreat in the picturesque Scottish coastal village of Kingston. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are included, as well as two or three nights of accommodation in a self-contained annex. Sleeping arrangements are in a twin bedroom. The annex also contains a sitting room, breakfast room, and shower room. Meals are home cooked and snacks / drinks are provided throughout the day.
This course is offered for a maximum of two people.
Workshop time will be from 10am to 4pm each day with a break for lunch. The instruction will cover all aspects of pottery including throwing and hand building, and everyone is encouraged to create their own individual work. As such, this workshop is ideal as an introductory session for those new to ceramics as well as a retreat for those already familiar with the medium.
Extra time can be spent in the studio out of the standard 10am to 4pm, however guests are also encouraged to make use of the ample scenic walking trails around the village.
The course is limited to two people, so there will be plenty of 1:1 tuition.
Completed work will be left to dry, and then fired, glazed, and fired again. When ready these pieces can either be collected on site or posted for a small fee.
About Burnbank Pottery / Jenny Ebdy:
I have been involved in pottery since school. For the past four years I have been working out of a small studio in my home, which I set up in order to produce my own work as well as teach introductory and intermediate lessons to guests. My own work has been included in various exhibitions and is in collections here and abroad.
Date / Time:
This course is offered during weekends from the start of November 2022 through to March 2023.
The course takes place in Kingston-on-Spey.
£440/pp for two nights all-inclusive
£490/pp for three nights all-inclusive
(Both two night and three night stays include the same two full days of tuition).
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