Come and discover a new skill or learn a new passion with our craft workshops. Led by expert tutors and taking place in our stunning sea-view studio, you’ll walk away with beautiful creations all your own.

Imagine spending a relaxing day with a friendly, expert tutor getting hands on and making something beautiful. We think making is good for the soul, so we offer a range of courses throughout the year. 

Pottery Courses:

Choose between a Saturday taster session with a follow up session to glaze your piece, or a six week course to really learn the art of clay. Our lovely teacher, Heather, will guide you through plenty of hand building techniques.

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Screen printing:

Professional artist and printer Dena will inspire you with her enthusiasm for colour, pattern and print. We offer six week courses during which you’ll work with paper, fabric and a variety of printing techniques. You can also join us for a taster day, transforming a design into a hand cut stencil and printing onto a range of papers and fabric.

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Jewellery Making:

Local artist Sarah Drew has been teaching at Bedruthan for many years and her courses always get rave reviews. She offers a fun and creative ‘beach finds’ day, start by browsing the foreshore for sea-glass, shells, smoothed plastics and turn them into unusual statement pieces. Alternatively, learn the art of silver with her one day workshops, you’ll make eco-silver bangles, earrings, rings and necklaces.

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To enquire about a workshop, please contact 01637 861222, email or complete the form.

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