Introduction to Pottery evening class, London

Introduction to Pottery evening class, London

Duration: 10 Weeks (1 evening per week)

Price: £235

Run by: Kensington and Chelsea College

020 7573 5333

Kensington and Chelsea College
Wornington Road
London
London
W10 5QQ

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About the Course

Ten week course of pottery evening classes in London.

Learn ceramic techniques such as coiling, throwing and slab building while developing your visual design ideas and decoration techniques.

These classes will take place on Wednesday evenings from September.

Our workshops are equipped with specialist tools and equipment including wheels, spray equipment, a variety of kilns, clays, slips and glazes. We fire to earthenware and stoneware temperatures and stock basic materials which students can buy at cost price as required. There will be an additional studio fee to cover the cost of shared materials

Our experienced team of lecturers are all practicing, exhibiting ceramicists who also have professional teaching qualifications. They will give you plenty of support and you will benefit from learning within a friendly adult environment.

Please get in touch for more information or click through at the button above to enrol online.

If booking with a CraftCourses voucher for part or all of the course fee, please fill in the contact form above or telephone us. Your voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.

What's included in the price?

Students pay for clay used and a studio fee.

Full Fee £235
Non-EU Fee £472
Concessionary Fee £185



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