Monday Muck About

$350.00

You’ve done a workshop and have caught the bug – we hear ya! The Monday Muck About is an opportunity for makers to continue at Waldie’s, working on self-directed projects.

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Description

The Monday Muck About is an opportunity for makers to continue at Waldie’s, working on self-directed projects.

In addition to the use of studio equipment and tools, Muckers (as they’re affectionately known) have access to technical / material / conceptual / aesthetic support / encouragement as required / desired. At the first of every 5 sessions, Muckers are invited to a one-on-one Sit Down With the Sensei (because alliteration) to discuss their creative ambitions, reflect on work completed thus far and plan their next steps.

Muckers are graduates of Waldie’s 1 (the Introductory Intensive) or Chuckin’ Tuesday.

Muck About Sessions run continuously throughout the year and are designed to be flexible – buy a 5 session pass and you’ve eight weeks to use them up (ie it doesn’t matter if you miss a class).

Muckers also have the opportunity to join in our semi-regular skill share sessions on topics such as glaze development, plaster and raku.

 

What’s included:

  • 5 sessions
  • Monday: 2:00 – 5:00 or 6:00pm – 9:00pm
  • Thursday: 10:00 – 1:00 or 6:00 – 9:00pm
  • Maximum: 9 students

If you would like to become a Mucker, send us an email – hello@waldies.com.au and we’ll get you started asap.
The Monday Muck About runs continuously throughout the year with a short break over Christmas.

Fees & Charges

Course fee includes all materials, access to all studio equipment and tools, and the glazing of work made in class.

Firing charged per kilo.

Cancellation policy

Cancellations up to 14 days in advance will get a full refund or transfer to a later course. Cancellations 7 days in advance 50% refund or 50% credit to a later course. For cancellations anytime after this no refund will be given.

Covid-19 Vaccination Policy

As much as we wish Covid were over, it’s still very much with us.

Waldie’s is a small school and like all communities, we must consider our most vulnerable.

We are keeping our student numbers low, sanitising and hand-washing regularly and taking all necessary precautions to prevent a workplace outbreak.

We ask that all staff, members, and students show proof of vaccination (or a medical exemption) before entering the premises. We trust that this is the best way to protect our local and extended community and thank you for your support.