Pottery, pottery lessons, commissions, team building workshops serving Randburg, Sandton, Bryanston and Johannesburg

Team building

Consider a pottery workshop when planning your next corporate team building event. It's the perfect local venue for a fun and memorable group activity.

Due to popular demand, we're extending the Saturday morning workshops ... a great gift idea!

The next Saturday workshops will be on:

26th July 9 – 12 and 1 – 4pm

30th August 9 – 12.

Please book early to avoid disappointment.

Classes

Relax, unwind, make new friends. All experience levels welcome.

Anne in the News

Woman & Home, December 2011, NEW DIRECTIONS

'Getting an important contract helped me double my sales'

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Anne with tagines, courtesy of Woman and Home magazine.

JOBURG.co.za
"Going potty...er...pottery"

"... Anne Rimbault owns and runs All Fired Up pottery studio. She holds Saturday morning workshops (which is what we did), regular morning and evening classes as well as corporate teambuilding. While we were chatting she also mentioned a kitchen tea ..."

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Anne Rimbault

Sole Proprietor
anne@annerimbault.com
+27 11 886-2976


The Anne Rimbault Pottery Studio, home of pottery lessons, commissions and pottery team building workshops. We are conveniently located in Bordeaux with easy access from Sandton, Bryanston and the Northern Suburbs.

Anne Rimbault is a qualified potter and is a member of  www.ceramicssa.org. She has been teaching pottery for thirty years, starting at the Braamfontein Recreation Centre in the late Seventies, then in her own studio in Parktown North. For the last twenty four years, Anne has been running a teaching studio from her home in Bordeaux, Randburg. Some of the original students are still with the studio, and are producing beautiful pottery of a high standard. We have both morning and evening classes.



“Pottery is a dynamic art form, constantly evolving as it responds to newly developed techniques and changing aspirations of potters and students”
Tony Birks ‘The complete Potter’s companion’


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