Pottery Course: Basic Technique of Throwing

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Dreaming of learning how to throw pottery?


I’ll take you step by step through how to throw a bowl. You’ll learn the basic techniques that apply to throwing all kinds of objects.

For the course, you’ll need some equipment; clay, potter’s needle, rib, cutting wire, sponge, water bowl, clay cutter, and a bat. More information can be found in the first episode titled «Equipment,» which is free.

If you don’t already have a pottery wheel, you may consider purchasing one before taking the course (from sites like cerama.no), or you can watch the course and then decide if you want to invest in a pottery wheel. You can also rent space at a workshop. There are several workshops that offer space for hobbyists.


Receive a Course Certificate

After completing this course, we issue a personalized course certificate to confirm your participation.


About registration and purchase

It’s easy to purchase a course. You buy one course at a time. There’s no subscription. You register with an email, name and password, choose the course, and pay with a card or Google Pay. [Link] You’ll receive an email confirmation, and the course will be ready for you. ( Remember to click on the link) If you want to watch the course multiple times, just log in. You must watch the courses on artskill.no. You have access to the course for 12 months.

Hva lærer du?

  • What will I learn?
  • Throwing a bowl
  • Wedging the clay correctly
  • Handling the clay on the pottery wheel
  • Removing the finished bowl from the pottery wheel
  • Drying and trimming



  • Equipment
  • Preparing and Kneading
  • Centering
  • Opening Up
  • Pulling Up
  • Shaping the Clay
  • Removing the Bowl from the Pottery Wheel
  • Drying
  • Trimming
  • Conclusion

Motta et kursbevis

Etter du har fullført dette kurset, utsteder vi et personlig kursbevis for å bekrefte din deltagelse.

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