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    Throwing and turning for beginners (SLW08082)

    24 to 27 August 2018. Experience throwing pots on your own potter's wheel with one-to-one tuition throughout the course, as you learn the techniques and processes for completing pots. Tutors: Alison Sandeman

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    Raku and firing techniques (S5D08106)

    2 to 7 September 2018. Acquire hand building pottery techniques and throwing on a potter's wheel using a range of Raku and stoneware clays. Develop your skills and ideas with one-to-one tuition and advice. Raku pieces will be made in the first two da...

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    Glazes, glazing and firing for potters (S5D08308)

    4 to 9 November 2018. Learn the all-important processes to complete your pottery, through theoretical and practical sessions on stoneware and earthenware glazes, glazing techniques and kiln packing and firing. Please bring biscuit-fired test pieces s...

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    Developing a sense of form for wheel-made pots (S3D08343)

    18 to 21 November 2018. Discover and develop a personal sense of form when making pots on the wheel. Start by examining and discussing the work of traditional and contemporary potters, then devote the rest of your time to making pots on the wheel. T...

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    Throwing and turning (SLW08413)

    14 to 17 December 2018. Explore working on the potter's wheel and, whatever your level of experience, develop your skills in making (throwing) and finishing (turning) pots. Enjoy exclusive use of your own potter's wheel during the course. Tutors: Al...

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    Practical glazing day (S1D08479)

    27 January 2019. Come back and glaze pots you have made on one of our pottery courses and left behind for firing. Tutors: Alison Sandeman

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    Plates and platters – throwing flatware (S4D08551)

    25 February 2019 to 1 March 2019. Develop and improve your throwing skills whilst focussing on making plates and platters. You will explore the different techniques and clays needed to make flatware as opposed to upright forms, and look at historical...