This creative social space is coordinated by volunteers, and is an opportunity to gain inspiration, learn new techniques and share ideas as you work on your own project with other passionate potters in a well-equipped, light-filled studio. If you don't have space at home, or your own studio, the Clay MakerSpace is a great way of working on your project.



  • Skill development
  • Social and community participation
  • Artistic outcome based

Other Focus

Living & Learning Nillumbik focuses on well-being and providing an inclusive and supportive learning environment for everybody. Staff work with people with disability and mental health issues to determine and provide reasonable supports for their participation, ranging from suitable equipment to clear and easily understood instructions. People requiring one-on-one support may attend with their own carer or support worker.

Event type

feature Deaf and/or disabled artists

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