This course is perfect if you have an interest in ceramics particularly the purity of porcelain, if you enjoy the idea of combining different materials, if you want to create wearable jewellery or simply enjoy working at a small scale.
Porcelain is the purest ceramic material which is why it is referred to as ‘white gold’.
In this course we look to practice your skills and deepen your knowledge of different ceramic processes which lend themselves particularly to the production of porcelain components.
You develop your creative process by working on designs for your wearable pieces and the inclusion of other materials will be more considered and deliberate.
You will also expand your knowledge of the surfaces that can be applied to these 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 art materials at our Art Shop based at 25 Stoney Street
How to apply for this course
Apply now and if you need to pay any course fees, or provide evidence if you wish to claim a fee reduction, we will contact you to let you know how to do this.
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25 Stoney Street
Date / time:
Start: Friday 12th January 2024
End: Friday 15th March 2024
Time: 9:30am - 12:30pm
Fees / reductions:
Tuition fees may be waived for this course if you are in receipt of certain benefits or have a low income. Please see our Fee and Financial Support page to see if you can claim a fee reduction.
Tuition fee: £97.50
Course code: C048346 / Q048347
There are no entry requirements but you must be aged 19+.
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You will receive verbal feedback throughout the course.
You can progress to the Advanced Working with Porcelain course.