Private and corporate workshops

If you are looking for a unique experience, a workshop is a wonderful opportunity for all ages to enjoy relaxed creative time.  Hens weekends, family events, corporate team-building, staff parties or any other gathering – all are welcome. 

Our workshops provide brilliant hands-on fun which encourages participants to interact and work together. You don’t need any artistic skill in order for this to be enjoyable and successful – everybody can do it and participants are always filled with a huge sense of achievement. 

We provide all materials and an experienced tutor for your event. Your workshop will either take place in our wonderful new purpose-built clay shed or in our heritage building all based at the Raglan Old School Arts Centre, 5 Stewart St. A minimum of 2 weeks notice is required to organise a workshop.

Here are some of our most popular options.

Paint a bowl

This is a two hour concentrated fun activity learning a new skill, using paint brushes and ceramic glaze paints to decorate a personal bowl (noodle bowl size). It’s all about playing with colour and design! Other shapes also available (heart, mug etc). Clay Shed tutors will fire the bowl.

Cost – from $60 per person depending on size of group.

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2-hour workshop creating a personal clay touchstone or other small project such as a mug or vase. Participants work individually on personal creations meaningful to themselves – if a touchstone doesn’t appeal, let us know what you would like to make! Clay Shed tutors will apply clear glaze and fire your work.

Cost – from $50 per person depending on size of group.

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A fun how-to guide to the happy sound of the ukulele in a two-hour workshop, suitable for everyone. We’ll give you the know-how to start playing ukulele at home or in a ukulele group – and guarantee you’ll leave being able to play at least one song! Bring your own ukulele or instruments can be provided.

Cost – from $35 per person depending on size of group.

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If you prefer to get creative in the kitchen, you might be interested in a halloumi-making workshop – contact Gabrielle for more details: