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Pottery : Intermediate


Course Overview

This course is designed for the hobby potter who has mastered basic skills, feels confident with clay but wants to gain experience working on a structured, challenging project.
Past projects include hand-building a pinched teapot, slab building abstract vessels with bespoke slump moulds, coiling large pots, building slab vessels with nested lids, and using moulds to make herds of sculptural animals.

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Wed, 13 Nov 2024

Entry Requirements

This class is aimed at students who have already gained three term’s experience on the beginner’s pottery course (or the equivalent). You should be ...

Course information

The choice of project is selected by consensus, and could use any of these appropriate techniques: slab rolling, pinching, press-moulding, coiling, and/or modelling.
There will be opportunity to practise on the wheel and you will be given instruction on application processes of glaze.

20 hours, one evening a week for 8 weeks.


This is not an accredited course – it does not lead to a formal qualification.
Each student’s progression is rewarded through teacher assessment

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