Studio

The Tasmanian Ceramics Association Studio is a cooperative space available for use by our members.  To be eligible to use the Studio independently, you must have previous experience in the practice of ceramics.

Studio access is available from 9am to 5pm from Monday to Sunday, with the exception being when induction sessions, classes and workshops are scheduled.

Studio Induction

All Studio members must undertake an induction session in order to be certified to independently use the Studio facilities.  There is an additional cost of $20 for this induction.  All current and new members are required to undertake one of these sessions in the 2017/2018 membership year.

Studio Bookings

Bookings for the Studio can be made via the Booking Calendar at the Studio commencing on 1 July 2017.  This is currently a paper version, but will be transitioned to a digital version on our website in the upcoming 2017/2018 year.  Payment of fees for use of the Studio are required to be paid in advance when bookings are made.

Members can book either a half day or full day session.

Half Day Session – 9am to 1pm or 1pm to 5pm – $5.00 per session

Full Day Session – 9am to 5pm – $10.00 per session

Firings

The firing of work produced in the Studio is undertaken by a group of experienced volunteers.  There are additional costs for work fired at the Studio, which will be covered in the induction session.

We do not provide a firing service for non-members or member’s work that is not produced in the Studio.

Studio Location 

The studio is located in ‘G’ Block, at Cosgrove High School, Main Road, Glenorchy.  Entry during school hours is via the Felicity Street entrance, next to Motors Car Yard.  Access to the school for weekend workshops and classes is via the exit gate just before the crossing on Main Road, at the front of the school.

Drive into the school and follow the internal road alongside the oval.  You can park outside the large red brick building (the Gymnasium).   The Studio is a classroom located in the next weatherboard block G Block. There is a sign in the window saying Tasmanian Ceramics Association.