Pottery and ceramics

Wheel-throwing with components and hollow forms with Jo Davies

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About this course

Explore the process of making wheel-thrown porcelain components and hollow forms to create large and unusually shaped vessels that are larger than the maximum weight of clay you can throw in one go. You will be encouraged to be creative when using the wheel as a tool to make both functional and sculptural forms.


Jo Davies

Jo is a ceramicist specialising in wheel-thrown, functional and non-functional objects in porcelain. She has taught at all levels, including undergraduates, for 15 years and is a respected practitioner, a member of the Craft Potters' Association and regular contributor to Ceramic Review Magazine.


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