As we move forward through Covid-19, we are continuing to test the waters with classes and member workshops. We hope to offer public workshops soon. Please check back for updates.
We are very pleased to be able to reschedule this much anticipated workshop with Teresa Dunlop via zoom. The workshop will be held over the May 15/16, 2021 weekend from 10am to 1pm both Saturday and Sunday. Cost is $45.00 (+HST) for KPG Members (until May 1st), $50.00 (+HST) for non members and all who register after May 1. This workshop will be via zoom and it is recommended that you choose to use a computer or a tablet to participate as a phone screen will likely be too small. You will need to download zoom onto your device to participate.
Teresa may be best known for her very colourful functional work, but she also enjoys manipulating thrown work and wood firing the results. This will be a fun weekend full of useful information and inspiration for participants to try in their own studios. Teresa will demonstrate throwing, manipulation of thrown work and how to put multiple pieces together.
Teresa Dunlop is a maker of function and sculptural ceramics most of which begin on the wheel and are then assembled and altered. Often wood fired, these objects entice the user to experience them though touch as well as sight. Using teaching skills developed during her 32 year career as a teacher, Teresa delights in providing workshops filled with tips and techniques that are easily translated to each participants personal practice.
Teresa is a graduate of Sheridan College Craft and Design Program. From 2014-2017 she was an Artist in Residence in the Ceramic Studio at Harbourfront Centre in Toronto. She now has her own studio in Newmarket On. Please visit Teresa’s website for more information about her and her work.
To Register: Please email our Administrator, Donna with the following information: your name (also include names of any others you are registering/paying for), phone # for yourself and email addresses for yourself and each other registrant. Payment will be by e-transfer. Donna will get back to you with the total for your order. You will receive your zoom invitation 48 hours prior to the workshop.
The January lockdown has pushed our class starting dates back yet again and further post-poned any in house workshops. If there is a workshop that interests you, please contact our Administrator, Donna with any suggestions you may have and we will work on bringing these to you as soon as we are able. With regards to our classes, please keep our main or classes page bookmarked. We will update with further details as soon as we know more.
Unfortunately, due to Covid19, this workshop has been cancelled. We will certainly look to reschedule with Teresa as soon it is reasonable to do so. If you have already registered and would like a refund, please contact our Administrator, Donna. We hope everyone is staying home and staying safe.
We are very pleased to welcome Teresa Dunlop to the KPG on Sunday, May 24th for a demonstration workshop. Teresa may be best known for her very colourful functional work, but she also enjoys manipulating thrown work and wood firing the results. This will be a fun day full of useful information and inspiration for participants to take back to their own studios. Teresa will demonstrate throwing, manipulation of thrown work and how to put multiple pieces together. The workshop runs from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. with a break for lunch, and is open to 15 participants. Registration is available here. Please visit Teresa’s website for more information about her and her work.
We are very pleased to be offering another workshop with Darlene Malcolm-Moran. This workshop will take place the week of July 27 – 31, 2020, and is open to all potters who can centre and throw a 6 inch bowl, cylinder and plate. The goals for this week are to improve your throwing skills to create well-balanced consistent pottery and learn to finish your pottery with good design, function, and craftsmanship. Maximum : 8 students, $340.00 plus H.S.T.
For further information, or to register, please visit here.
We had a really fantastic workshop with Wayne Cardinalli on October 20th. Wayne brought tools, tricks, tips and pots for us to discuss, and admire. He is a very effective speaker leaving many of us with much to think about with regards to where our pottery goes from here. There were experienced and fairly new potters in attendance and everyone enjoyed themselves and got something from the day. Wayne talked about wheel throwing, hand building, surface decoration, tools, the ergonomics of throwing and wedging and the passion needed to make great pots. You can see more of Wayne’s work here.
We are extremely excited to announce that Wayne Cardinalli, a Trent graduate, and a founding member of Artspace, will be coming back to Peterborough, to the KPG to give a day-long demonstration workshop. Wayne is well known in the Canadian world of ceramics, as he has been potting for over 40 years. He is much in demand as a teacher and demonstrator, and we are so lucky to have him visit!
He will be showing us his tips and tricks on Sunday, October 20th, from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. If you are a member, we ask that you register in the Pottery Shop. Non-members can register here.
Learn how to apply clean wax lines and to use glazing methods that will enhance your bisque pottery. Improve your understanding on how different types of cone 6 glazes appear on different types of cone 6 clay bodies.
This workshop will run over 2 days, on Saturday October 5 & Sunday October 6 from 1-4 p.m. each day. The cost for this workshop is $152.55 (inc. HST) for non-members and $135.60 (inc. HST) for members. Online registration is found here. Members please register for this workshop in the Gallery or contact Clara at for more details. Space is limited, so don’t delay. Please note that if you wish your work fired at the Guild, there may be a separate charge for this.
Darlene Malcolm-Moran is our teacher for this really informative workshop. We run this workshop periodically to assist potters with glaze application issues. Darlene is one of our popular teachers here at KPG and you will find her attention to detail very useful in this workshop.