3 Month/Full Time/Residential/Ceramic Development Course
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Ceramic Development Course Full-time / 3 Month / Residential
Aimed at new Potters wanting to discover their identity as ceramists, their distinct style and preferred materials.
To give aspiring potters the time, space, materials and equipment to really explore new processes in the development of their work and style.
To give them the confidence and skills needed to set up their own studio and to exhibit and sell their work.
Students will learn from a team of practising ceramicists including visiting, internationally renowned potters
Application deadline is 28th May 2018 interviews will take place via Skype from June. Please look at our website for the course description and application form.
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What's included in the price?
Throwing – Hand building – Surface Decoration – Glazing and Glaze Technology – Firing Methods – Studio Management – Business and Promotional Skills including Lighting and Photographing their work.
Students will be encouraged to find out what they really love. If it be a piece of architecture, a pebble found on the beach or a rusty drain cover, it will help them to establish their own ideas and pathways to follow.
They will also be encouraged to take risks and rise to creative challenges to really explore different working methods and the materials.
They will be expected to manage their own space, recycle clay, mix up glazes and pack and fire the kilns. Keeping a sketchbook to work through ideas, recording results and take notes will be essential. Familiarizing themselves with the history of studio ceramics, visiting galleries and following favoured artists on social media will be important.
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Course Start DatesMonday 3rd September 2018
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