The Pinch Pot Project gets off to a roaring start!

 Elli Moody

Elli Moody

Elli Moody is bringing pottery to the people! On Saturday 29th, August the first pinch pot workshop got off to a roaring start. There was a large contingent of 'pinch potters' coming and going throughout the course of the day.

 Stacey Jane Harrison with her amazing pinch pot.

Stacey Jane Harrison with her amazing pinch pot.

The Pinch Pot Project is a unique community based pottery project, funded by the City of Mandurah's Creative Mandurah Grant Scheme. Elli Moody a local Mandurah artist is leading the workshops. There will be plenty more opportunites to join so stay posted!

 Winne Tan and Maria Thomason with their pinch pots.

Winne Tan and Maria Thomason with their pinch pots.

Elli will be offering a series of pottery classes in 2016 for adults as well as children. If you would like to find out how you can become involved in the Pinch Pot Project or pottery classes contact Elli at ellimoody@yahoo.co.uk or phone Elli on 0410 699 658. The Pinch Pot Project can also be found on Facebook.

 The pop-up shop at Community First.

The pop-up shop at Community First.

At Community First on 6 Cumberland Street in Greenfields (where the pottery workshops are being held) there is a wonderful pop-up shop that sells pottery and succulents - all made by the clients at Community First. There are some amazing items for sale. Well worth a look if you are in the area!