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Clay Modelling Courses
Prices from £50 to £550
Course length from 2 hours to 5 days
The pottery is small but provides a great opportunity for individual tuition or two people sharing a course. This could include a mixture of throwing on the wheel and hand-building, with time to concentrate on one or the other. A variety of techniques can be explored to decorate your work. Stoneware clay is…
Wednesday 7 & Thursday 8 May 2014 9.00-16.00
Ability Level 1/2 (Beginner/Intermediate)
This two-day course offers an excellent opportunity to learn about the fascinating process of tile-making. Richard will begin with an introductory presentation during which he will provide a brief background to his practice and his tile company - Froyle Tiles. You will then move on to the production of a carved set…
Wednesday 10 September 2014 9.00-16.00
Ability Level 1 (Beginner)
This full-day ‘back-to-basics’ course has been tailored specifically for teachers and other educators with little or no formal ceramics training or classroom equipment. However, it is also ideal for all those new to ceramics. It covers all the basics of the pottery making process, step-by-step; from the tools you will need, preparation of the clay,…
Have a day with Rachel "Claying around”. Learn all you ever wanted to know about using a Slab Roller and Clay Extruding.
Dates arranged so far are Monday 7th April repeating Saturday 11th May in Pontefract.
You can choose your own date with a group of 4 or more, or do a one to one at an addition cost.
The Basic Roman Pottery workshop is fun and educational and flexible: it can cover Roman wheel making or Roman head pots,
Workshops can also be specifically designed for school groups from Primary School to Sixth Form or Special Needs. No previous pottery experience is needed and groups of mixed ability can work together. One thing is guaranteed; they will be fun!
Sessions can consist…
Jan 7th-Feb 11th (Block one- beginners)
Feb 25th - Apr 1st Tuesday evenings 6-8.30 (Block two- intermediate)
Price is per block
A comprehensive and creative introduction to working with clay. You will learn different handbuilding processes, throwing on the wheel, ways of creating surface decoration and glazing. Relaxed and friendly classes, with strictly limited numbers.
Students will able…
Drop in and make your own ceramic beads (or other pieces) every Friday from 10.30 - 12.30 at Christine's studio in Model House.
This is an opportunity to make ceramic beads, buttons, brooches etc. for use in your own projects.
Christine Gittins specialises in low-fired one-off ceramic pieces. Her work can be seen at the following galleries:
Come join me, James Ort, for a relaxed weekend of creating animals in clay on Saturday 10th & Sunday 11th May. Set within the beautiful, purpose built Phoenix Studio found in the rural village of Towersey, in the heart of the Oxfordshire countryside!
The technique I use is really expressive, lose and breaks all the rules - I love it and it is these said qualities that…
Sculpting courses with wildlife artist Julian Jardine are held in a fun and relaxed manner for people of all skill levels. Julian takes you through step by step from the basic starting blocks to more complicated sculpting techniques. Julian uses simple techniques that are easy to pick up and allow complete beginners to create models to be proud of in a relatively short space of time. Pieces are then fired…