Ten week evening class to introduce and use the main making, glazing and firing techniques across a range of clays and colours.
An evening course for all levels of experience, the course will demonstrate and introduce all the main making glazing and firing techniques across a broad range of different clays and colours. The ten week course will encourage and support students to progress in their chosen direction making and firing method.
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The ten week (3 hours per week) course is taught on a Wednesday night 6.00 – 9.00 pm. The course is taught by Julie Huston, a graduate of the Ulster University and established ceramic maker in Northern Ireland.
The course is designed for all levels of experience from beginner to experienced, supporting the individual in all aspects of the main making techniques, materials and firing methods.
Costs include all reasonable use of materials, colours and firings and takes place in the new Ceramic Studios in the Ulster University, Belfast School of Art, York Street, Belfast.
This course takes place on the Belfast campus of Ulster Universaity on a Wednesday evening 6.00-9.00pm for ten weeks.
- 23 January 2019 Apply
- 23 January 2019 Apply
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