Production Specifics

You do not need to have previous ceramics or clay experience to use the Dundee Ceramics Workshop - the space is accessible for both the public and workshop members. 1-1 tutoring is available for those new to clay or with specific projects in mind. Session fees start at £2.50 and gives you access to the full studio. There are some limitations regarding kiln size. The large kiln is 610mm deep x 450mm wide x705mm tall. The small kiln is 450mm deep x470mm wide. The maximum firing temperature of the kilns is 1260°C unless separate arrangements are made with staff. Costs for using the kiln are per firing, regardless of kiln size or number of pieces to be fired. The cost may fluctuate as it is based on electricity prices. For updated membership, session and firing costs check the website.

Turnaround Time4-6 Weeks
Starting CostUnder £50
Production Access open
File Typesall formats considered

Materials

Clay Plaster Stoneware Clay Earthenware Clay Casting Slip Porcelain Casting Slip Glaze

Processes

Throwing Hand Building Mould Making Firing Glazing

Machines

Potters Wheel Electric Kiln Ceramic Tools
 

Works With

Large Businesses
Small Companies
Professionals
General Public
Students

Capacity

Bespoke 1-offs
Samples
Prototypes
Short Run
Medium Run
Large Run

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Company History

Tin Roof Art Collective is a community of artists looking to provide opportunities for one another and the local area. Their core aim is to see Dundee flourish by pursuing the arts and providing what artists need to continue to live and work in the city. The collective was founded in 2010 by a group of graduates from Dundee’s Duncan of Jordanstone College and continues to be run by a voluntary committee of artist members who help with the day to day running of the organisation. Tin Roof Ceramics Collective and Workshop is an evolution of Tin Roof Arts Collective, which aims to gather together artists from across Scotland to share skills and experience in ceramics practice. In addition to the workshop, Tin Roof facilitate a series of events, exhibitions and workshops throughout the year.

Client List

Dundee Print Collective
Dundee Contemporary Arts
Generator Projects
Hospitalfield Arts
Dundee City Council
Fraser MacDonald
Catrin Jeans
Kevin Andrew Morris

Contact Dundee Ceramics Workshop

ContactDundee Ceramics Workshop (Kevin Andrew Morris)
Workshop Technician
Emailtinroofdundee@gmail.com
Phone01382 221803
Websitedundeeceramicsworkshop.com
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AddressDundee Ceramics Workshop
Unit 6
Matthew court near Milne's East Wynd
Dundee
DD1 5BA
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