INSTRUCTION

Pottery is a highly visual and tactile craft that provides extraordinary rewards to those willing to take the time and put in the effort to learn. I provides instruction at several levels, from basic work on shaping pots on the wheel to extended lessons covering the entire pottery process.

If you’re interested in studying pottery, please note that learning the entire process requires time and commitment. You can learn to throw a simple bowl on the potter’s wheel in a day, but you’ll have to wait 2 to 3 days before you can learn to trim and dry it, and it will be over a month before you can fire it. If you’d like a complete course you’ll have to spend some time in Sagada or make repeated visits.

I have served as a resource person for many pottery trainings and can be available for training events in other areas, subject to scheduling. 

Pottery training is tailored to the needs of the trainee, and can be anything from a simple hands-on introduction to a months-long apprenticeship. Tell me what you need and I’ll work out a program to suit you!