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Dundee Ceramics Workshop
Dundee Ceramics Workshop is an open-access ceramics studio in the city of Dundee. We provide opportunities for anyone inspired to play with clay, from complete beginners to practising artists.
We offer classes, work space and events for anyone with an interest in ceramics, as well as kiln hire and studio spaces. Working with our members, students, artists and other organisations, we provide support in learning new techniques and developing skills in a welcoming, open-plan workshop.
Dundee Ceramics Workshop was established in 2016 by members of Tin Roof Arts Collective. Founded in 2010 by graduates of Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, the collective’s intent was to provide a space for artists and the wider creative community in Dundee to work and collaborate. Between 2010 and 2016 Tin Roof were based on Ure Street in a large industrial warehouse where they provided studio space for nearly 100 artists, a wood workshop and two exhibition spaces.
In 2016 Tin Roof relocated to Milne’s East Wynd and launched Dundee Ceramics Workshop, providing workshop facilities, classes, kiln hire, and 1-1 tuition for ceramic artists and enthusiasts. In 2019 the workshop doubled in size when it moved to Wasps Meadow Mill, enabling the collective to offer studio space for rent again in the form of four small units for ceramic artists.