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The Great Pottery Throw Down crowned Rosa its winner this weekend after a spectacular tea set challenge. But if you’re catching up from the beginning, look out for North Kensington Centre Ceramics tutor Ronaldo Wiltshire, one of the 12 contestants who took part in Channel 4’s latest series.
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The show started on January 8 2020, with the potters displaying their creative skills in a variety of challenges judged by leading ceramicists Keith Brymer Jones and Sue Pryke. You can catch up on All4 to see Ronaldo’s Bajan Chess Set, ‘Coconut Trees’ Breakfast Set and Aphrodite.
Barbados-born Ronaldo moved to London at the age of 19 and started working with ceramics as a form of physiotherapy after an injury. He’s been teaching at the college for three years, with many students returning to study at the College due to his popularity and skills as both a ceramics artist and teacher.
Ronaldo Wiltshire teaches at our North Kensington Centre
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North Kensington Centre Ceramics tutor Ronaldo Wiltshire is one of 12 contestants taking part in the latest series of the Channel 4 show ‘The Great Pottery Throw Down’.