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An Introductory to Pottery Making - Sold Out

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This course has now sold out - please see similar courses on our programme of Heritage Skills Courses

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29 July 2017

This course has now sold out - please see similar courses on our programme of Heritage Skills Courses

Using Ruskin Pottery as a source of inspiration, participants will create their very own clay pot using the traditional technique of coiling. You will also get to sample the delights of the potter’s wheel by taking a turn on Jon’s electric potter’s wheel. Your masterpieces will be available for you to take away with you on the day. Once they have air dried, they can be painted with acrylics, oils…or whatever you can lay your hands on!

About the Tutor: Jon Williams

Jon’s current practice includes delivering clay workshops to the Arts, Education and Business. As well as working with groups and individuals at his studio, he travels all over the West Midlands and beyond working with people, all ages and abilities, exploring and developing their creativity via the medium of clay. He is an experienced exponent of the potter's wheel, using the technique in both his social engagement practice and personal work. His ceramics and clay interventions have been exhibited extensively in the U.K and abroad. See www.jonwilliamspottery.co.uk

 

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This course has now sold out - please see similar courses on our programme of Heritage Skills Courses

Time: 10.00am - 4.00pm

Maximum Places: 12          

Cost: £35 per person includes a certificate of completion, free parking, use of materials and tools necessary to the course, refreshment vouchers and lunch voucher.

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