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Course code

AC/M/PX098

Location

Woodley Hill House,
Eastcourt Avenue,
Reading, RG6 1HH

This course will build on your existing knowledge of glazing.

Next Steps in Glaze Making builds upon the Introduction to Glaze Making course, where we covered basic chemistry and glaze making techniques.

In these four weeks, we will look at more complex glazes, such as volcanic and crackle glazes and also using natural substances such as ash to make glazes.

Please note: this course covers glaze making, not glaze application.  Although we may discuss different methods of glaze application, we will not be practising these techniques.

On completion of this course, students can enrol onto alternative glaze-making courses, or one of our popular Ceramics For All classes.

What I'll learn

You will learn how to make a range of glazes, including:

  • chemistry and glaze-making processes
  • safe working practises whilst working with raw glaze materials

 

How I'll learn

Teaching methods include:

  • Formal instruction
  • Discussion
  • Individual tuition
  • Practical demonstration
  • Practical experience

Furthermore, you will get the opportunity to develop your skills according to your own specific needs.

 

Entry Requirements

You will need to bring:

  • a sketchbook and something to write with

 

How to Apply

You can register for this course online. Click on ENROL NOW and follow the steps below:

  • Register your contact details online and verify your account
  • Go to your desired course page and click again on ENROL NOW. Follow the link to pay for your course

Course places are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. We would encourage you to enrol on your chosen course as soon as possible. If you prefer to enrol in person please visit us at one of our college Advice Centres or enrol over the phone via 0800 612 6008.

This course will be run subject to demand. If you wish to enrol within one week of the start date, please call us on 0800 612 6008 first to check the course is running.