- Start Date
Semester One: 1/4/6 Oct - 19/22/24 Nov 2018
Semester Two: 8/11/13 Jan - 26/28 Feb/2 Mar 2019
- Course Length
40hours (16 weeks)
7:00pm - 9:30pm
10.00am - 12.30pm
- Mode of Attendance
- Academic School
- Gray's School of Art
This course will provide hands-on experience of a range of making techniques.
Students will be introduced to all aspects of ceramic processes and construction.
2. What you will study
This course covers all hand-building techniques, surface decoration and includes an introduction to pottery wheel throwing. Students will explore the potential of test pieces towards the production of small-scale elementary ceramic pieces.
Students are encouraged to keep a personal sketchbook, which reflects their personal practice, logs investigations, individual interests and the work of other artists. Students will be introduced to the making process through class talks, individual/group discussion and studio-based demonstration and practice.
3. Entry Requirements
This course gives an excellent introduction to ceramic production and techniques and is ideal for beginners.
4. How to apply
All students are required to be at least 16 years of age on the commencement of the course.
Course fee: £305
All students should be aware that when registering as a student at RGU they are accepting a contract of enrolment. (In order to attend short courses all students must register and accept RGU’s conditions).
Please inform Gray’s School of Art if you are withdrawing your course. Any student absent for more than 4 weeks consecutively will be contacted by the school. Should no explanation of absence be given, RGU will withdraw you from the course.
A refund is only applicable where there has been at least 4 weeks illness and a medical certificate to support it.
If you have any questions about registration, contact:
5. Additional information
Clothing: the class will be held in the ceramics workshops so students will need to wear sturdy footwear. No sandals, flip flops, heels or crocs are allowed.
Students are expected to have an A5 or A4 sketchbook.
A complete health and safety induction will take place on commencement of the course.
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