COURSES FOR ADULTS

During the course there is the possibility to work freely or to learn different techniques. Such as pottery on the electric turntable, modelling, building with plates of clay, using various tools and stamps. Art books and many examples are available in the studio. For working with casting clay, there are plaster molds, which can also be used as a pressure mold or to make bowls and shapes.

After drying and the biscuit firing at 950 degrees, the work can be glazed and fired. The glaze firing is at 1040 degrees. Students can work independently in the workshop after attending at least 6 lessons.

  

PRICE

36,50 euros per lesson, including clay, glaze and firing

45 EUROS SINGLE LESSON

missed lessons can not be refunded or taken on another moment

TIME

MONDAY (EVERY OTHER WEEK)
Workplace: 10.00-14.00 hrs

FRIDAY
Workplace: 11 AM – 3 PM
Course: 13.00 – 15.30 hrs

SATURDAY
Workplace: 11.00 -15.00 hrs
Course: 13.00 – 15.30 hrs

NUMBER

maximum of 8 people per group.
MINIMUM 6 LESSONS 

workplace:
Work at your own discretion, only for experienced students.
Firing (home made) work & technical guidance.

course:
Registration by email. At least 6 lessons to be made in a period of 8 weeks. Beginners and advanced students work together in the studio. You can do a trial lesson first to give it a try.

facilities:
4 electric turntables
clay roller, various plaster molds
electric oven inner size 40x35x35 cm.
electric oven inner size 78x60x60 cm.

tools:
glazes, oxides, engobes, colour powders and pigments biscuit and glazed tiles, earthenware, stoneware and porcelain crockery ceramic pencils, crayons, on-glazes and transfers (decals)

"As an archaeologist, I actually do my practical research here and turning clay also has a very relaxing effect, my Zen moment in the week!"
Marijn
Marijn
"I wanted to learn another technique besides painting. Now I have learned to turn clay, a challenge!"
Albert
Albert
"I have been in on the course for many years, now friends give me an assignment to make something!"
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Marja