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Ceramics – Working with Porcelain (Beginners) — Part-time

Course outline

Porcelain is the purest ceramic material which is why it is referred to as ‘white gold’!

In this course we will experiment with a number of different ceramic processes which lend themselves well to being produced in porcelain.

Over the duration of the course, we will celebrate the qualities of porcelain as a material, which is renowned for its delicate beauty and versatility – we will learn about it in terms of form, texture and colour and encourage individual creativity to produce personal and original contemporary porcelain pieces.

You will receive an induction to our well resourced 3D and Ceramics Studio, excellent tutor teaching, new knowledge and skills in porcelain jewellery, and opportunities to develop your creativity within clay porcelain processes.

Porcelain clay, stains and glazes will be provided on the course. If you want to develop your work further, you can purchase materials at our Art Shop based at 25 Stoney Street

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How to enrol onto this course

It is no longer possible to enrol on this course but we may be offering it again in the future. Please check back later.

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College Certificate

Level Level 1
Entry requirements

There are no entry requirements but you must be aged 19+.

Teaching & assessment

Learning objectives will be shared along with personal targets. Progress will be assessed on-going and you will be supported with regular feedback.


You could progress to other ceramics courses including:

  • Developing Work in Porcelain
  • Ceramics Studio Practice
  • Intermediate Ceramics
  • Short Courses in Art and Design