Q: How to do I become a PSP member ?

A: Contact our membership secretary Sally Casey info@perthstudiopotters.org.au for an application form. 

Q: Do I need to be a potter ?

A: If you are not a potter, it is recommended you enrol in a psp classes first,  giving you a good background to the club and our facilities.

Q: Do I need referees ?

A: Yes please, provide two psp referees and photos of yourself and your ceramic work along with your application.

Q: How long does it take to become a member ?

A: Membership applications are approved at our monthly committee meetings.
When approved Sally will make a time to meet with you and other new members at the club to show you around and give you access to the building.

Q: Availablity to use the workroom and facilities ?

A: The clubs facilities is available for members at any time except during class and workshop times.

Q: As a member can I use the kilns ?

A: Yes, all our kilns are available for members to book, Kilns are expensive and all kilns are slightly different. We first we ask that if you don't have excellent kiln knowledge that you do a kiln inservice course.

Q: Is there a cost to use the kilns ?

A: Yes, there is a charge to cover the electricity or gas and maintenance cost.

Q: Does coming to classes include my firing ?

A: Yes your class fees cover a number of firings during the term, as you can understand excess work produced will need have other arrangements made.

Q: I am enrolled in classes and have been very productive making lots how do go about getting this work fired?

A: Ask around, other members are firing their work and may be looking for someone to share the kiln with.