About Us

Moulding the Earth into Art

Bellbird Arts Centre is nicely nested in the Spring Mountains. It opened its doors in February 2018 after the workshop had been newly built and fitted out with state of the art equipment for the pottery students.

Join us in our studio and get creative!


My vision is to create an arts centre, not only for ceramics, but also for other arts & crafts produced here in the Spring Mountains.

You want to teach at Bellbird Arts Centre?

We always look for artists who like to demonstrate and teach their arts and craft to our students. If you are a Jewelry maker, a Glass artist, a Felt maker or a Painter or …. we would love to hear from you. We have the facilities and platform for you to teach and demonstrate your arts or crafts. Please contact us any time if you have an idea and would like to join our team. We are looking forward meeting you

Studio Info

The studio is open during term and closed for term holidays, except for special workshop

We have 4 Electric Kilns and 1 Raku Kiln. The inside dimensions of our Kilns:
– Woodrow Kiln 1 – 170L  with inside dimensions of (WxDxH): 46 x 46 x 80 cm
– Woodrow Kiln 2 – 225L with inside dimensions of (WxDxH): 50 x 50 x 80 cm
– Woodrow Kiln 3 – 340L with inside dimensions of (WxDxH): 60 x 57.5 x 98.5 cm
– Rohde Toploader Ecotop Kiln  – 60L with dimenstions of (WxH): 40 x 45 cm
– Rohde Toploader Raku Kiln – 170 L with inside dimensions of (WxDxH): 61 x 61 x 58 cm

Our studio has a big slab roller, extruder, glaze spray booth, 7 throwing wheels, 8 worktable spots for handbuilders, lots of moulds and tools, several Bellbird Bat Systems for the students to use, 3 Giffin grips, pugmill for recycling clay and lot’s more.