Sat 2 Oct | 11.15am-12.45pm | 1.15-2.45pm | 3.15-4.45pm | 5.15-6.45pm | £45pp per session | Tutor Chris Barnes | Art Room 2
This is a fun intensive throwing workshop that will concentrate on improving your throwing technique on the potter’s wheel. Suitable for any ability, whether you’ve never tried it before, or want to hone your existing pottery skills.
If this course has already started there may be places still available. Please contact email@example.com
What will the course or workshop cover and how will it be taught?
With just four students per session, the workshops tutor Chris will give individual tailored help and instruction designed to generally improve throwing technique and focus on areas chosen by each student.
Centering clay, improving cylinder height, bowl technique, throwing plates, making galleries and lids, and throwing bellied forms are all possible subjects of focus.
The emphasis is on practice rather than finishing work but students will be able to choose one piece to be fired and glazed after the workshop which can be collected at a later date.
If you have always wanted to throw larger and lighter pots, or just master the all-important centering of clay on the wheel, Chris is ready to share the approaches and techniques which work.
If you would like to book as a family or group of friends, please contact Creative Learning Manager Kate Lund firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.
Please note that on Sat 27 November why not combine the workshop with a visit to the Craft Market Kendal at Brewery Arts? This popular art fair attracts a wide range of artists and crafts exhibitors. Please be aware that the Brewery Arts car park is expected to be busy so if you’re travelling by car please allow time to park.
What do I need to bring with me?
Please bring a clean apron and/or wear old but clean clothes. Bring a pen, notebook and your glasses, if you need them.
Are there any additional costs?
All tools, equipment and clay are included. At the end of the session choose one piece to be fired and glazed and collected at a later date.
About the tutor
Chris Barnes has a degree in Sculpture and has worked as a professional potter since 1992. He has taught Pottery with adults since 1994 and has experience teaching Art in schools from the Infant to the Secondary School level.
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