Brunswick Clay Collective is a communal studio run by Brigid Sundborn (of Sundborn Ceramics). Located within “Hot Studios” warehouse in Victoria St, Brunswick, it's a space shared with other makers, designers and artists, and a place to develop skills, explore the possibilities of clay and to connect with others.
The pottery is about 40 square metres accomodating four Shimpo wheels, a Rohde kiln, work benches, a wedging table and shelving. Brigid offers beginners and intermediate wheel throwing courses in small groups (maximum of 4 students) ensuring personalised attention and space for social distancing. Private sessions can also be arranged for individuals or groups of friends structured in a way that suits.
If you have a higher skill level, and are able to practise more independently, casual studio access is available (prerequisites apply) for self directed learning. Competent potters and handbuilders who can work independently with minimal guidance, are invited to take up a membership at Brunswick Clay Collective after completing at least one 6 week course at the centre as a way of induction to the studio space. Membership deals are designed to make practice more affordable and flexible.