Leisure Creative Ceramics

This leisure course will introduce you to a range of making techniques using clay, including slab building, coiling, press moulds and throwing of clay. The fee for this course includes the cost of materials required.


Academic Year: 2023/24
Course Code: 10261
Campus: Bangor, Downpatrick, Lisburn
Study Type: Part-Time
Education Level Further Education
Department: Art & Design
Course Overview
This leisure course will introduce you to a range of making techniques using clay. These will include slab building, coiling, press moulds and throwing of clay.
 
Use of slips and glazes will also be covered.
 

you are interested in working with ceramics/pottery and want to explore a range of  ceramic making techniques.

To explore a range of ceramic techniques such as slab building coiling and throwing.

To use a range of tools and equipment specific to ceramic techniques and processes.

To understand a variety of surface qualities that can be achieved through the use of slips, underglazes and glazes.

The practical hands-on approach to the subject. 

The relaxed, but supportive atmosphere of the ceramic studio.

The opportunity to develop your own ceramic pieces.

This leisure course will hopefully spark and interest in ceramics and pottery that may enable you progress further to the Level 2 Certificate in Creative techniques in 3D [ceramics

A interest in clay.

A desire to create and develop a visual language using ceramic materials.

A willingness to extend your ceramic knowledge and an eagerness to try out new techniques and processes in the creation of original ceramic work.  

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