Re-enrolling Students

Currently enrolled students should refer to the message board at Made in Clay for specific dates and procedures regarding enrolment.

As a general guide, you will have one week at the end of term before enrolments are made available on line to the general public, at which time, it is first come first served. So to ensure you get the class time you want get onto Cathy no later than the end of term.

Book now
Classes are filling fast. Please call Cathy 0427 449 334 to reserve your place. Or book online below:

Wheel Throwing

Course information

This is a mixed ability class, so those who have had little or no experience working with a pottery wheel will get the help they need, whilst more advanced throwers can progress at their own pace with individualised help.

Weekly two-hour classes over six weeks $285; includes facilitation, school clay and glazes.
Additional firing costs at $12 per kilo

Book now
Classes are filling fast. Please call Cathy 0427 449 334 to reserve your place. Or book online below:

What you will learn?
• How to centre clay
• How to make a bowl and cylinder
• How to glaze

What you end up with?
• Experience in the use of the potter’s wheel
• Finished work to take home
• A great experience

What’s included in the fee?
• Use of allocated pottery wheel
• Out of class Studio Access to work independently (see Studio Access for details)
•Unlimited use of school clay and glazes
• Access to pottery books and magazines, tea and coffee.
• Students who re-enrol prior to the end of term maintain Studio Access between terms.

Equipment, tools & firing
• Bring your own pottery tools or buy a set at the school for $15
• Bring, your own towel and apron/oversized shirt to class.
• $10 kg for two firings and use of student glaze. There is generally a minimum charge of $2 per item. Small, light weight items such as beads buttons and pendants are costed on a case by case basis subject to size and numbers.

Uncollected Work

Please collect your finished work promptly. After 90 days uncollected work will be donated to charity.

Pottery Supplies

Attention School Teachers
Hobby & Professional Potters

Save on freight and buy your clay and other supplies through us.
We order in bulk and are the authorised agent for Walker Ceramics and Venco Wheels servicing northern Victoria and southern NSW.

We sell a variety of clays including the following which are generally in stock:
10 kgs School Earthenware POA
10 kgs Special Stoneware POA
10 kgs Superior White Porcelain POA
10 kgs Paper Clay POA

Paints & Glazes
We carry a wide range of Walker paints and glazes and can order special requests generally within 72 hours.
Prices start from $5.00 for 20 mls

Tools & Equipment
We carry a wide range of tools and equipment for hand builders and wheel throwers and can source just about anything you may require. Check in store for details.

Studio Access times

Studio Access between Terms
13 January – 12 February 2018

Tuesdays 10 am – 12 pm and 6.30 pm – 8.30 pm
Saturday 10 am – 12 pm and 1 pm – 3 pm
Members by arrangement Wednesday 10 am -12 pm

Studio Access during Term
Wednesday (members and others by arrangement) 10 am – 12 noon
Thurday 6.30 pm – 8.30 pm
Saturday 10 am – 12 noon


Membership – Only for Technically Advanced Potters
3-month membership, includes school clay and glazes $ 250
12-month membership, includes school clay and glaze $ 650

Studio Access
Enrolled students, $10 for 2 hours, one free every sixth visit
Members, $10 for 2 hours, one free every third visit

Student & Member Firing
$12 per kilo, includes bisque and glaze firing, minimum $2 per item

Members can suspend their membership whilst sick or on holidays for up to 6 weeks per annum.

Membership at Made in Clay’s absolute discretion.

Visiting Friend or Relative Guest Pass

Currently enrolled students and members can invite visiting friends or relatives to join them during studio access.

  • $50 per 2-hour access session or
  • $180 for 6 x 2 hour guest passes
  • Firing at regular discounted student and member rate
  • Passes can be shared between visiting friends and relatives
  • Guests are the responsibility of host student or member