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Introduction to Clay Intensive Easter

Introduction to Clay Intensive Easter

Introduction to Clay Intensive

Easter course overview

Suitable for beginners (clay and firing included—same curriculum as weekly but packed into 4 days).

START DATE

Saturday
11 April 2020

DURATION

4 days over 2 non-consecutive weekends

TIMES

9.00am–4.30pm

Where

Workshop 1

CLASS SIZE

Max 7 students

PRICE

$390

Adults

For INTENSIVE

Dates and duration: Term 1

Saturday 11, Sunday 12, Monday 13 April and Sunday 26 April 2020.

Update 19 March 2020 - At this time this course is proceeding. The class will be split into two groups with two teachers to reduce class numbers and maintain social distancing.

Please check back here for updates.

If the class is cancelled your course fee will be refunded. We will be in contact if required.

PREFER A WEEKLY COURSE?

The same curriculum spread over 3 hour classes – per week – for a 9 week period.
CLICK TO SEE AND BOOK.  You will be taken another page.

This progressive course takes students through a range of techniques for working with clay.
This INTENSIVE COURSE is the same curriculum as the Weekly Course packed into 4 days.
This course takes students through a range of techniques for working with clay.
  • Sessions 1 to 3 students get a feel for clay and its properties through various handbuilding techniques and projects
  • Session 4 introduction to glazing
  • Sessions 5 to 7 focus on the potter’s wheel, learning to centre clay (the basis for all wheelthrowing) and form cylinders and other shapes
  • Session 8 work produced during weeks so far is glazed ready for final firing.
  • Session 9 a raku firing takes place when students will see some of their pots go through the raku rapid firing process. This is weather dependant and may not happen in very hot or high fire danger conditions.
Health and safety aspects of working with clay and pottery materials are covered during the course.
Not a CPS member?
Membership gives you many benefits at low yearly prices.

Term classes, Workshops and Short Courses have been temporarily postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Students will be advised of issues pertaining to their classes by email over the coming days.

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Address

1 Aspinall Street Watson
Canberra Australia.

Phone

General Enquiries
02 6241 1670
Class Enquiries
02 6241 7800

Introduction to Clay Intensive Easter

Introduction to Clay Weekly Tuesday

Introduction to Clay Weekly

Tuesday course overview

This course teaches all the basic clay techniques for handbuilding, wheelthrowing and glazing. It is offered as a nine week term class or as a 4 day intensive class. 

START DATE

Tuesday 4 February 2020

DURATION

This class over a 9 week term 

TIMES

6.00pm–9.00pm

where

Workshop 1

CLASS SIZE

Max 14 students

PRICE

$390

Adults

WEEKLY

This is one of our six x 3 hour weekly classes — per week — over a 9 week period. You choose your preferred day and times from the grey submenu above.

NO TIME FOR WEEKLY COURSE?

You can choose our INTENSIVE course.

The same curriculum packed into 4 days over 2 weekends. SEE AND BOOK. You will be taken another page.

This progressive course takes students through a range of techniques for working with clay.
This Weekly Course is the same curriculum as the INTENSIVE COURSE.
The course takes students through a range of techniques for working with clay.
  • Sessions 1 to 3 –  students get a feel for clay and its properties through various handbuilding techniques and projects
  • Session 4 – introduction to glazing
  • Sessions 5 to 7 focus on the potter’s wheel, learning to centre clay (the basis for all wheelthrowing) and form cylinders and other shapes
  • Session 8 – work produced during weeks so far is glazed ready for final firing.
  • Session 9 – a raku firing takes place when students will see some of their pots go through the raku rapid firing process. This is weather dependant and may not happen in very hot or high fire danger conditions.
Health and safety aspects of working with clay and pottery materials are covered during the course.

Not a CPS member?

Membership gives you many benefits at low yearly prices.

Missed out on this class?

Members get early notification of upcoming classes so it makes great sense to join. Our Newsletter is another way of being informed. Signup now below.

Subscribe to our Newsletter

We produce a monthly newsletter that has information that may not be on this website. Subscribe free of charge.

Address

1 Aspinall Street Watson
Canberra Australia.

Phone

General Enquiries
02 6241 1670
Class Enquiries
02 6241 7800

Introduction to Clay Intensive Easter

Introduction to Clay Weekly Thursday

Introduction to Clay Weekly

Thursday course overview

This course teaches all the basic clay techniques for handbuilding, wheelthrowing and glazing. It is offered as a nine week term class or as a 4 day intensive class. 

START DATE

Thursday 6 February 2020

DURATION

This class over a 9 week term

TIMES

6.00pm–9.00pm

where

Workshop 1

CLASS SIZE

Max 14 students

PRICE

$390

Adults

WEEKLY

This is one of our six x 3 hour weekly classes — per week — over a 9 week period. You choose your preferred day and times from the grey submenu above.

NO TIME FOR WEEKLY COURSE?

You can choose one of our two INTENSIVE courses.

The same curriculum packed into 4 days over 2 weekends. SEE AND BOOK. You will be taken another page.

This progressive course takes students through a range of techniques for working with clay.
This Weekly Course is the same curriculum as the INTENSIVE COURSE.
The course takes students through a range of techniques for working with clay.
  • Sessions 1 to 3 –  students get a feel for clay and its properties through various handbuilding techniques and projects
  • Session 4 – introduction to glazing
  • Sessions 5 to 7 – focus on the potter’s wheel, learning to centre clay (the basis for all wheelthrowing) and form cylinders and other shapes
  • Session 8 – work produced during weeks so far is glazed ready for final firing.
  • Session 9 – a raku firing takes place when students will see some of their pots go through the raku rapid firing process. This is weather dependant and may not happen in very hot or high fire danger conditions.
Health and safety aspects of working with clay and pottery materials are covered during the course.
Not a CPS member?
Membership gives you many benefits at low yearly prices.

Missed out on this class?

Members get early notification of upcoming classes so it makes great sense to join. Our Newsletter is another way of being informed. Signup now below.

Subscribe to our Newsletter

We produce a monthly newsletter that has information that may not be on this website. Subscribe free of charge.

Address

1 Aspinall Street Watson
Canberra Australia.

Phone

General Enquiries
02 6241 1670
Class Enquiries
02 6241 7800

Introduction to Clay Intensive Easter

Introduction to Clay Weekly Friday

Introduction to Clay Weekly

Friday morning course overview

Suitable for beginners (clay and firing included)

START DATE

Friday 7 February 2020

DURATION

This class over a 9 week term 

TIMES

10.00am–1.00pm
 

where

Workshop 1

CLASS SIZE

Max 14 students

PRICE

$390

Adults

WEEKLY

This is one of our six x 3 hour weekly classes — per week — over a 9 week period. You choose your preferred day and times from the grey submenu above.

NO TIME FOR WEEKLY COURSE?

You can choose our INTENSIVE course.

The same curriculum packed into 4 days over 2 weekends. SEE AND BOOK. You will be taken another page.

This progressive course takes students through a range of techniques for working with clay.
This Weekly Course is the same curriculum as the INTENSIVE COURSE.
The course takes students through a range of techniques for working with clay.
  • Sessions 1 to 3 –  students get a feel for clay and its properties through various handbuilding techniques and projects
  • Session 4 – introduction to glazing
  • Sessions 5 to 7 focus on the potter’s wheel, learning to centre clay (the basis for all wheelthrowing) and form cylinders and other shapes
  • Session 8 – work produced during weeks so far is glazed ready for final firing.
  • Session 9 – a raku firing takes place when students will see some of their pots go through the raku rapid firing process. This is weather dependant and may not happen in very hot or high fire danger conditions.
Health and safety aspects of working with clay and pottery materials are covered during the course.

Not a CPS member?

Membership gives you many benefits at low yearly prices.

Introduction to Clay Weekly Friday morning (old)

Morning course

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Address

1 Aspinall Street Watson
Canberra Australia.

Phone

General Enquiries
02 6241 1670
Class Enquiries
02 6241 7800

Introduction to Clay Intensive Easter

Introduction to Clay Weekly Friday

Introduction to Clay Weekly

Friday evening course overview

Suitable for beginners (clay and firing included)

START DATE

Friday 7 February 2020

DURATION

This class over a 9 week term

TIMES

6.00pm–9.00pm

where

Workshop 1

CLASS SIZE

Max 14 students

PRICE

$390

Adults

WEEKLY

This is one of our six x 3 hour weekly classes — per week — over a 9 week period. You choose your preferred day and times from the grey submenu above.

NO TIME FOR WEEKLY COURSE?

You can choose our INTENSIVE course.

The same curriculum packed into 4 days over 2 weekends. SEE AND BOOK. You will be taken another page.

This progressive course takes students through a range of techniques for working with clay.
This Weekly Course is the same curriculum as the INTENSIVE COURSE.
The course takes students through a range of techniques for working with clay.
  • Sessions 1 to 3 –  students get a feel for clay and its properties through various handbuilding techniques and projects
  • Session 4 – introduction to glazing
  • Sessions 5 to 7 – focus on the potter’s wheel, learning to centre clay (the basis for all wheelthrowing) and form cylinders and other shapes
  • Session 8 – work produced during weeks so far is glazed ready for final firing.
  • Session 9 – a raku firing takes place when students will see some of their pots go through the raku rapid firing process. This is weather dependant and may not happen in very hot or high fire danger conditions.
Health and safety aspects of working with clay and pottery materials are covered during the course.

Not a CPS member?

Membership gives you many benefits at low yearly prices.

Introduction to Clay Weekly Friday evening (old)

Evening course

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Address

1 Aspinall Street Watson
Canberra Australia.

Phone

General Enquiries
02 6241 1670
Class Enquiries
02 6241 7800