Meet some of our talented teachers at Hypmotive!
Jemini from Potter Panks, has been on her clay journey since 2016 Starting out as a hobby, which became an addiction. Now thriving in her very own little home studio, making colourful contemporary homewares on the potter's wheel.
Jemini has come full circle and is now sharing her love of making with others, leading wheel throwing workshops across various clay studios including Hypmotive's very own Pottery Hub
Making has always been an aid for Jemini, to overcome and deal with life's hurdles. Her newest venture has taken her back to the books to study an MA in Art Therapy at WSU. Where she hopes to use her craft with groups and individuals, to help them through their own traumas and anxiety, to empower and share the therapeutic qualities that come from clay and other art mediums.
Tiana Vokac is an emerging artist living and working in D’harawal country in Campbelltown, Sydney. She graduated from the National Art School in 2020 with a bachelor of arts, majoring in painting and doing 6 months of extensive ceramics. From then on she has facilitated classes at Something At Mary’s ceramics studio in Bundeena, where she has taught lessons on wheel throwing and hand building, also running her own classes exploring the ideas of sculptural ceramics through the figure.