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This is primarily a studio based one where practical lessons will be offered. The primary emphasis is on studio work, using basic techniques such as pinching, coiling, slab pottery etc, leading to the understanding of different ceramic cultures and a portfolio of finished pieces by the end of the term. Learners...more
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Whether you’re a complete beginner or a dealer, you’ll get a unique grounding in the history of ceramics from Lars Tharp - author, museum director and curator and regular on the Antiques Roadshow. Lars will personally chat to you in the classroom and mark your assignments. As he does on The Antiques Roadshow,...more
Colourful Polymer Clay Aimed at complete beginners this class is designed to introduce you to Polymer Clay and show you how easy it is to combine colours and shapes to create kaleidoscope-like patterns and how to transfer those patterns into bright and colourful jewellery. This class will take you...more
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This course teaches you the hand building techniques for making objects/pots with clay. If you are creative minded person who likes to make different things and likes to learn new techniques for giving life to your ideas, this course is for you. We use clay and some very basic hand tools in this course and it...more
Fashioning your own pots, cups, vessels and ornaments using a squishy, squashy material called clay can be one of the most satisfying past times to take up. So, if you want to make like Demi Moore in Ghost (throwing pottery on a potter's wheel...
Becoming skilled in the art of pottery can be tricky business – just ask Patrick Swayze. It’s intricate work that takes knack, concentration, and creativity. But even those who consider themselves professional potters know that everyone will have a...