Green Man Ceramics - Creative, craft and artisan courses.
MA Ceramics is a challenging course that embraces the unique creative potential of clay and diversity of opportunities within ceramics. This postgraduate course embraces all facets of ceramic work, including craft and design, functional or decorative, one-off or mass production and sculptural and architectural.
Ceramics classes in London. Westminster Adult Education Services offers some of London's best ceramics courses and facilities at our Lisson Grove campus. Offering part-time courses during the daytime, evening and weekends, WAES students can study towards a qualification or purely for leisure in the heart of London. We offer short courses as well as qualification courses at WAES, many of which.
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Laurel graduated with BA Hons in English and American Arts and an MA in Commonwealth Literature. She studied ceramics at Exeter College of Art and Design and has been working as a potter for 30 years, selling work throughout the UK in selected galleries and exhibitions. Laurel has received two Arts Council England Major Awards for her work and is a member of The Devon Guild of Craftsmen. Her.
The ceramics workshops are situated on the ground floor of the Chatham building. Within the ceramics facility are the following areas: The plaster room has facilities for slip casting which includes equipment for mould-making, such as plaster lathes; in the throwing room, there are 12 throwing wheels available for use; there is a dedicated area for the safe preparation of glaze materials and a.
MA Ceramics is a challenging course that embraces the unique creative potential of clay and diversity of opportunities within ceramics. This postgraduate course embraces all facets of ceramic work, including: craft and design, functional or decorative, one-off or mass production and sculptural and architectural.
Module options can include extensive practical work with a wide range of materials including metal, ceramics, polymers, wood and more. While focusing on the physical act of making, the Craft MA also covers the theory of craft, allowing practitioners to conceptualise and contextualise their practice with deeper insight. The history, theory and.