Several of our artists offer art classes and workshops. Check their websites regularly for details.


Tamar Rose – Ceramic Classes and Workshops

‘My fully equipped studio is nestled at the foot of the South Downs, situated in the old market town of Steyning. My aim with my teaching is to create supportive classes, where I can see students empowered to experiment and find their own voice with clay.’

Visit Tamar’s website for more details:

Amanda Duke – Workshops and Classes

Amanda has a substantial background in teaching Art and Textiles to GCSE, A Level and also to Adults in workshops and community groups. She simply loves teaching and providing inspiration in a relaxed, supportive and engaging environment.  Experienced in teaching in different contexts she can provide one to one tuition at all levels and also to adult groups either at her home, at Sussex Prairie Gardens in Henfield or she can travel.

Visit Amanda’s website for details on courses coming up or any enquiries.

Jenny Wightwick Ceramics

Jenny Wightwick runs ceramic courses regularly throughout the year. Please visit the workshops page of her website to find out more or contact Jenny by phone or email.
01903 815127
07845 961752

Friday 2nd Nov. 10-1pm followed by lunch.
Making Christmas decorations, construction of a tea light and/or candle holder. Slab rolling, cutting shapes with metal cutters, application of pattern and colour using coloured slips.


Sarah Duffield – Workshops and Classes

Sarah offers art workshops at the Cow Shed Venue in Steyning. Workshops are designed to be fun and to introduce participants to the exciting possibilities of creating their own art work. Beginners can expect to learn about colour theory, composition, drawing, basic painting techniques and equipment.For the more advanced artist, workshops can be used to develop skills, learn more about the creative process, try something new and obtain feedback on work.

To find out more about Sarah’s classes, visit her website


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