Advanced Ceramics

This flexible course is aimed at students who have experience of working in clay and would like to further enhance their skills through a self-initiated project. The tutor will help each student develop their own brief to encourage them to explore areas of the ceramic discipline that relate to their personal or professional development...

Taught by: Simeon Featherstone.

Description

This flexible course is aimed at students who have experience of working in clay and would like to further enhance their skills through a self-initiated project. The tutor will help each student develop their own brief to encourage them to explore areas of the ceramic discipline that relate to their personal or professional development. You will be expected to provide visual research to support your own progress and also to communicate your ideas effectively to the tutor and peers in a supportive environment.

Ceramics can range from highly-valued individual pieces of craft to batch-produced runs of functional designs for everyday living. Advanced ceramics gives you the opportunity to explore the working processes of clay by thinking through making. You will be competent in some ceramic processes but will be given the opportunity to learn new techniques and use equipment that is suitable for your individual needs. This course will benefit professionals and amateur enthusiasts who like to be creatively challenged and want to develop their portfolio further.

Course Outline:

Monday 5th September: Orientation and brief (morning only)

Wednesday 7th September: Clay and plaster

Thursday 8th September: Clay and plaster

Friday 9th September: : Clay and plaster

Monday 12th September: Clay (afternoon only)

Tuesday 13th September: Clay and glaze

Thursday 15th September: Glaze

Collection the following week

Tutor information

Simeon Featherstone creates bespoke designs for public and private spaces. The majority of his commissions are ceramic installations that offer unique solutions to various clients and environments. He is the casting and ceramic technician at Central Saint Martins.

Materials

Please bring to the first session:

Notebook Specialist Clay

• A5 Note Pad
• £10 cash for Research Photocopying
• USB memory stick (min 8GB)
• Color (any) pencils-Pens or Pastels
• Small Paper Scissors
• Paper Glue Stick
• 1cm Masking Tape
• Camera or Smartphone (for research only, high quality not necessary)

Details for booking

Alternative Dates and Times

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