Boob Pot Workshop with Get Ya Pots Out

Pottery just got seriously playful.

Join Bristol based ceramic artist Get Ya Pots Out for a two hour boob pot masterclass. This experience will include weighing and preparing your clay (wedging), before learning techniques such as slab rolling, surface textures and detailing. Together, you will make a slab built pot that you are able to personalise with wonky and wobbly bits, stretch marks, body hair, and all the beautiful parts of our bodies that make us unique.

You may choose to use your own body for inspiration or use your imagination. You're free to create your pot however you may wish. All bodies and all abilities are welcome. Your host will be on hand to provide plenty of encouragement and inspo.

Once you have created your fabulous boob pot you can then decorate it using colourful slips. Your pot will then be fired, glazed and fired again once this process has been completed. You will be able to come and collect your pot in 6-8 weeks. It will be worth the wait!

For this workshop, you will be using stoneware clay. Your pots with be clear glazed to ensure they are water and food-safe. Your pot can be used as a mug, plant pot, or anything else you can think of for this multi-purpose beauty!

This is a fun, fabulous safe space to get creative and celebrate the beauty in all our bodies. Positively made for fun evenings with friends, hen do’s and birthdays (the list could go on!). Both group and individual bookings are welcome. Whatever your reason for coming to join The Pot Project, they can’t wait to see you there!

Approximately 6-8 weeks after the workshop your fabulous pots will be ready to collect (Please note: things may take a little longer to be fired and glazed especially during winter months or busy periods).

*Keep in mind, the host’s unable to hold onto your finished products for longer than 2 months after your collection message. If you haven’t heard from them about collecting within 6-8 weeks after your experience, please get in touch with them directly *

Age restrictions: 18+

Adult £45

What people are saying

Lydia Gribbin
Jun 2023


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Amelia Jackson
May 2023

Fun workshop with great materials to work with

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Sophia Phillips
Apr 2023

Brilliant experience. Can’t wait to collect! 😁

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Emma Stevens
Mar 2023

The workshop was so much fun! Really enjoyable and I’d definitely do it again. Great opportunity ...

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How to get there


  • Refreshments available
  • Toilets
  • WiFi

COVID-19 guidelines

  • Your host's priority is to keep their customers and members safe. They ask that everyone attending any of our classes adheres to the current government guidelines
  • If you are unwell or have any symptoms of coronavirus, or have come into contact with anyone who has developed symptoms - please stay home and notify The Pot Project immediately

On the day

  • Please bring old clothes, an apron and shoes you don’t mind getting dirty
  • Please have trimmed nails, your hands will be your primary tools
  • It can be tricky finding your host as they are tucked away. The Pot Project is on the left-hand side of the driveway, next to My Awareness Yoga Studio. The easiest way to find your host is using google maps (when you see the building with a red graffiti mural you've found them)

Changes happen, don't worry

How to change dates
Change of plans? You can easily rebook the next available slot up to 14 days before your experience.
How to get a refund
Can't make it? We understand things happen! You can cancel and get a full refund up to 14 days before your experience.
Please note that this refund policy does not apply to gift bookings. You may reschedule your gift if outside the time period stated above. However, all gifts are non-refundable and expire exactly 1 year after the date of purchase.

You'll be hosted by

Chloe Lee

Chloe was first introduced to working with clay by ceramicist Potty Joy from Devon. Inspired by this, Chloe went on to further her learning by taking throwing lessons and self-teaching. Since then, she's gone on to teach a variety of workshops, including ones for people with disabilities.

This creative has also been making and selling work for the last two years through her business, Get Ya Pots Out. Chloe is passionate about celebrating the beauty in all bodies and making ceramics an accessible space for all to enjoy.

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