Wednesday morning sculpture class with Carla Ruka

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We are the Auckland Studio Potters Society (ASP).

ASP has been serving the Auckland pottery community since 1961. The Teaching Centre in Onehunga offers members and students, both professional and novice, studio and firing facilities, support and social contact.

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Wednesday morning sculpture class

This term we have a sculpture class using ‘speed’ coiling techniques with Carla Ruka. The Wednesday morning slot is set aside to bring in teachers with specialist skills to spend a single term teaching these techniques.

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Belonging to ASP as a member brings you into contact with over 350 other ceramic enthusiasts in Auckland and further afield.

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Diploma in Ceramic Arts

If you want a career in ceramics, the Diploma in Ceramic Arts (Level 6) through Otago Polytechnic's School of Art is the way to get there. You can study for this highly regarded programme at the Auckland Studio Potters.

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Facilities at the ASP centre

We have all the equipment and spaces necessary to learn, build , throw, dry, glaze, fire and display ceramic works

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