Alana’s love of pottery started while she was living and working in Japan, where she was exposed to beautiful and unique tableware on a daily basis. Part time classes turned into an obsession and on her return to Melbourne in 2015 she found a ‘stimulating and supportive community’ with us at Slow Clay Centre (we love her too!). She is a testament to our developmental learning pathway as she has confidently moved through various phases of development with us and is now producing her own ceramics. We are pleased to have her as a teacher at Slow Clay.
Alana is a practising ceramic artist and a qualified teacher and takes Beginner’s wheel classes and our Clay Club for kids. She has extensive experience teaching both children and adults and is continually expanding her expertise, both as a teacher and a life-long student of pottery. She is a warm, caring and lively person and a valuable member of our team.