Sculptural Ceramics for Beginners
If you are interested in attending this course, please join the interest list for 2022.
This is a great opportunity to experiment with clay in a relaxed and creative environment. Learn new hand-building techniques or develop your existing skills. Explore how to combine pinch, coil and slab techniques to create a unique ceramic artwork.
During the eight-week course students will use hand-built techniques to design and construct two ceramic sculpture forms, using cactus and succulents for inspiration. One sculpture will have a colorful surface decoration and the other will have a textural surface finished with an oxide wash.
Over eight weeks, this course provides comprehensive guidance on sculptural form, making marquettes, hand-building coiling, glazing and finishing while you develop your own sculptural piece of finished ceramic art.
Course fee includes all materials and equipment.
Presented in partnership with Riverina TAFE.
Tuesday, 6.00pm - 8.30pm
Riverina TAFE, Albury Campus, Poole Street, Albury
$420 ($400 Member/Concession)
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Students will receive more information upon booking.
Please note: Under the NSW Roadmap to Reopening, access to this site may change after 11 October for students that have not yet completed two vaccinations. Stay tuned for more information about conditions of entry for this venue.
Meet the Tutor: Helen Rowland Carter
Helen Rowland Carter has been passionate about art her entire life following a career as an Arts Practitioner, Educator and Curator. Helen gained a B. A. Hons, studied 3D Design/ Ceramics at University of Wales Cardiff, and has a Master of Arts from C.S.U Wagga Wagga.
Helen was fortunate enough to have studied for two years at the Henry Moore sculpture studios in London, where her love of figurative and organic sculpture began. She has worked extensively in three-dimensional works from jewellery to large-scale sculptural pieces and enjoys passing on her skills to others. Helen encourages the use of clay as an experimental and creative material, to produce unique and individual ceramic sculpture.