Create with clay: new Sleaford pottery course starting in September

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A ceramic clock designed and made by a student on our Lincoln pottery course

An exciting new pottery course is being offered at the National Craft and Design Centre  (the hub) in Sleaford in September.

This course will enable students to design and create decorative pottery items including tiles, clock faces, hanging items and wall art. Students will develop a range of decorating techniques to texture and colour their work.

The course has been developed and will be taught by WEA tutor Jane Howlett. Jane has run the very successful pottery course at Ancaster Day Centre in Lincoln, which you can read all about by clicking on the link below here

The Sleaford hub is an excellent venue, with full disabled access, plenty of public displays and exhibitions and good transport links to the rest of the county.

You can read about the venue, exhibitions and facilities by clicking on the link below here

Start date & time: Tuesday 13 September 1-3pm

Venue: The Hub, Navigation Wharf, Carre Street,

 Sleaford NG34 7TW

Fee: £84.70  for 11 weeks  or free if in receipt of an income related benefit     

Please note due to the cost of materials there is an additional materials fee of £11 payable at  by all students regardless of their fee paying status.

For further information, or to book a place, please contact:

WEA Lincoln Office Tel: 01522 522472

Email: lincolnoffice@wea.org.uk or book online from mid July onwards by clicking on this link

As a taster, here is a selection of work produced by students on previous courses:

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Bird detail applied by hand on a ceramic piece

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A ceramic framed mirror produced after the style of Clarice Cliffe

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A ceramic novelty cat clock

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hand  and stencil applied detail from a  glazed tile

 

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