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This ten week course will demonstrate and introduce all the main making glazing and firing techniques for all levels of experience.

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An evening course for all levels of experience in ceramic making. This ten week course will demonstrate and introduce all the main making, glazing and firing techniques. This course will run every Tuesday evening from 15 Jan to 19 March 2019 in Belfast campus.

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This ten week (3 hours per week) course is taught on a Tuesday evening from 6.00 – 9.00 pm. The course is taught by Derek Wilson a graduate of the Ulster University and established ceramic maker in Belfast with an international reputation.

The course is suitable for beginners and more the advanced. The teaching will be both individual and group sessions. All main making techniques will be covered with an emphasis on skill development.

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.

Attendance

Date: 15 January - 19 March 2019 (Tuesdays for 10 weeks)

Time: 6 pm - 9 pm

Location: Belfast School of Art, Ceramics Workshop, Belfast Campus

Entry requirements

No entry requirements.

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Price

£220.00

Payment information

You must register and pay for this course online.

Contact

For further information:

Email: FlexEd@ulster.ac.uk

Telephone: (+44) 028 9036 6680

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