Two session course
London Sculpture Workshop, SE18
This intensive 10-hour class, spread across 2 days, will demonstrate the versatility of clay as a sculptural material, whilst allowing students a chance to get to grips with sculpting with clay.
Over the weekend you will learn handbuilding skills from pinch pots, coil building, slab building, and create surface texture using many different tools. You will also have the opportunity to add colour, imagery and surface pattern to your work using slip decorating techniques, including sgraffito and slip trailing.
No previous experience necessary.
Per person the course price includes 6 kg white earthenware clay, slip (5 colours), glaze (white and transparent) and two kiln firings per. objects made. It is possible for students to purchase clay during the course. Additional clay will be charged at £4 per 1 kg of fired work. Work should be paid for on collection (cash only)
Due to the time it takes for the clay to dry and be bisque fired, the tutors can glaze the sculptures after the course. Collecting work: Students will be notified by email when their work is ready to collect. This may take up to a month depending on the workload.
Work may be damaged during the firing process. Please wear appropriate clothing. We do provide aprons.
The blade of a ceramic knife if far more durable than that of a steel knife, although it is more fragile and can be snapped if dropped on a hard surface
Sat 2 Dec, 10:00am - 4:00pm (all sessions)
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London Sculpture Workshop, Woolwich
Unit 0, Harrington Way
London Sculpture Workshop is the first, not-for-profit, community interest organisation, based in London, with exceptional facilities for artists and those interested in making work in 3D. Its workshop is right on the river by Thames Barrier and has incredible views of the Thames guiding lots of inspiration for 3D pieces. It offers a superbly equipped metal and wood workshop with additional mould making and ceramic areas.
London Sculpture Workshop was established in 2012 by two founding members Giles Corby, MA (RCA) and Jessica Mello, MFA (Slade) and it also has a studio manager Melis van den Berg, MFA (Slade). They are all practicing artists’, bringing their own ideas and inspiration to the organisation, and between them, have 21 years of teaching experience.
In 2013 and 2014 London Sculpture Workshop was awarded awarded a “Artist’s Run Space Award” by the Chelsea Arts Club Trust.
Any class can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase. See cancellation policy.