Sculpture & Hand-Building
This 8-week class will include an introduction to the fundamentals of ceramics and the development of studio ceramic skills including hand building and sculptural techniques, decoration and glazing.
With a focus on Sculpture, class participants will be set one major sculpture project per session and will have the opportunity to work on smaller ceramic projects of their own choosing throughout the 8-week class. There will also be an opportunity, after the second session, to participate in a Raku firing.
Dates: Bookings are now being taken for
May – June (8 weeks)
August – September (8 weeks)
Monday Evenings – 5.30 to 8.30pm
2 x eight week classes are available only in 2017 and a limit of 6 participants per class.
Cost: $300 per 8-week session. Participants will be required to pay a deposit of $100.00 to enrol in each session. Further details regarding the class will be provided upon enrolment. $100 deposit is required to book a place.
The 8-week class fee includes use of the studio, tools and equipment and one on one instruction in ceramic practices and group tutorials. Students are required to provide their own clay, materials and pay for individual firing charges. Some materials will be provided to the class, such as basic glazes and clay materials. Contact: For further enquiries or to make a booking contact Lisa via email email@example.com
Ceramic Project Design & Development Class
An 8-week night class to develop, refine and complete a personal project with one on one assistance. The class will focus on the Student’s projects, providing a chance for all skill levels to produce a beautiful piece of art (functional or not) to take home.
Dates: 18 April – 6 June
Tuesday Evenings – 6.00pm to 9.00pm
Cost: $300 per person, to be paid prior to the first lesson. Refund available if cancelling before 4 April. Firing and clay costs to be paid separately.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org to enrol or make an enquiry.
Limit of 6 enrolments per class.
Alice Hutchison is a ceramic artist from Hobart Tasmania. She has an Honours degree in fine art and has been practicing ceramics for over 8 years. Specialising in wheel throwing and porcelain, she also has adept skills in slip casting, hand building, sculpture, china painting and glaze theory. Her own work spans from dinner sets, to installation art and sculpture.
Dates: Friday afternoons during school term.
1.00pm to 4.00pm
Cost: $25 per class
Anthea’s sessions in throwing are suited to Beginners and Intermediate who want to learn a solid foundation in studio throwing techniques. The class will cover a variety of skills from foundation techniques to turning, finishing and glazing.
For bookings contact Anthea on 0421 632 644. There are places available for 6 weeks of the current term.
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