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Introduction to Peter Symonds' College

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Introduction to Peter Symonds' College

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peter symonds' college profile who offer Pottery courses  in Hampshire

Peter Symonds is a vibrant and positive place to study, maximising students’ academic potential and ensuring that students’ talents are nurtured.

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Excellent Upholstery Workshop

Went on this course and found it to be most enjoyable. Liz brings most material...more

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From£154

This course is for complete beginners and those with a little experience. Learn how to use clay concentrating on vessel forms or domestic ware, to include slip casting and throwing on the wheel. Basic...more

Duration: 10 weeks

Beginner

Part time evening

No Qualification

From£154

Introduction to Eastleigh College

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eastleigh college profile who offer Pottery courses In Hampshire

We offer full-time and part-time courses for everyone; from adult education and apprenticeships to technical and professional courses for 14-18's.

(3.2)
6 reviews
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Jewellery evening classes

I have attended the beginners and subsequently the advanced courses and have fou...more

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From£169

This course is for absolute beginners and students with some experience. Our Pottery Workshops for Beginners are basic courses suitable for those with little or no experience of working with clay. You...more

Duration: 11 weeks

Beginner

Part time evening

Course Provider Diploma/Certificate/Award

From£169

OUR GUIDE

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...

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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...

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