MASHAY - DIY CLAY DISHES

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DIY CLAY DISHES

Group Size
Group Size
1-20
Cost of experience
Cost
From $70
Discount
10% discount
Included when booking through Mashay
★★★★★
(5 Reviews)
Description

Learn to make your very own colourful ring dishes with polymer clay. Led by designer & maker, Therese Lyons of Ena & Albert, you will learn all the tips & tricks you need.

You will make a few dishes each using two different techniques and also get creative with decorating the dishes with things like marbling, layering and making patterns. We’ll look at a couple of ways to finish your dishes like varnishing & painting. The techniques are simple & fun and are only limited by your imagination.

What's Included
  • Polymer clay – enough for a few bowls each
  • Tools to use on the day
  • A dish mould to take home
What to Bring
  • Just your crafty sense of adventure!
How to get There
  • Work-Shop is a 10 minute walk from Central Station. There is also limited street parking around.
Location
  • Cnr Cleveland & Eveleigh Street Redfern NSW 2016

Reviews
(via Google)
Derek Jenkins
★★★★★

Came here to do the "OOOOBYVERSITY: SMALL SPACE ORGANIC GARDENING" course. An unprofessional and underwhelming experience. Presenter spent half the time apologising for out of date slides and trying to be funny. Would have been better off saving the $65 and staying at home to watch YouTube tutorials.

Adriano Massatani
★★★★★

Welding for beginners was truly a great experience as Phil, our teacher, was passionate and capable. He did not look at the time and he gave us 40 minutes of extra time.

Mike Benkovich
★★★★★

One of my favourite places to go in all of Sydney. There is always an interesting class on with something unique to learn.

Tegn BOND
★★★★★

Went to the 'Sketchy Faces" class last week - was really excited about learning some techniques because i just cant seem to get faces right! (they look like smiley faces) The only thing I had learned was how to line up the face, eyes, mouth etc - which is something i have googled in the past. Would not recommend - the lady was nice, but i didn't feel like i learnt anything. I could have stayed home and done the exact same thing. At one point, she even said, so what do you want to do? no structure whatsoever.

Mac Jang
★★★★★

Came here for Burgers & Beats opening night. Was really busy and it had a good vibe... it seems like a cool place to come and learn stuff. One minor gripe, which would probably not happen regularly, but during the event, because of the amount of people in there... it was hot and uncomfortable even though it was a cool evening outside. I understand that it's an old building, but it needs ventilation. Other than that, cool kinda warehouse, factory-space conversion. Old school cool.