Porcelain Paper Clay - Christmas Decorations

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Length 1 Day
Site West Durrington Campus Map
Attendance Part Time
Course Code DCL617
Tutor Tamar Rose
Day / Time Saturday - 10:00-16:00
Start 10-Nov-2018
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About this Course

An opportunity to use porcelain paper-clay to make some beautiful porcelain Christmas decorations. A relaxed and friendly day, suitable for everyone - from the complete beginner, to those with experience.

 

Course Content

Applying texture to Porcelain-paper clay to create ceramic decorations or jewellery.

What you will achieve

By the end of the day you will have made a variety of beautiful individual decorations. These will be fired after the course and will be available to be picked up from two weeks following the workshop. Details given on day.

Progression/Career Path

Having been given a taste of working in porcelain paper-clay, you could choose to enrol on Northbrook MET's longer pottery course, or attend the porcelain paper-clay jewellery and bunting course held in February.

Other Costs

All tools and materials are provided. An apron or appropriate clothes are advised. Packed lunch and drinks. If you have any specific textures or cookie cutters you would like to use, feel free to bring them along.

How to Enrol

For information on enrolling in person, by phone or by post, click here.

The Tutor

Tamar has now been teaching at Northbrook for 8 years. Since graduating from her B.A hons degree at Harrow university 20 years ago she has been involved in setting up a community studio where she made thrown domestic ware.


Tamar regularly exhibits in major ceramic shows and is a selected member of the craft potters association CPA.


Tamar currently works as artist in residences in schools and teaches adults. In her home studio she makes limited edition decorative pieces which she exhibits widely.

Course Content

Applying texture to Porcelain-paper clay to create ceramic decorations or jewellery.

What you will achieve

By the end of the day you will have made a variety of beautiful individual decorations. These will be fired after the course and will be available to be picked up from two weeks following the workshop. Details given on day.

Progression/Career Path

Having been given a taste of working in porcelain paper-clay, you could choose to enrol on Northbrook MET's longer pottery course, or attend the porcelain paper-clay jewellery and bunting course held in February.

Other Costs

All tools and materials are provided. An apron or appropriate clothes are advised. Packed lunch and drinks. If you have any specific textures or cookie cutters you would like to use, feel free to bring them along.

How to Enrol

For information on enrolling in person, by phone or by post, click here.

The Tutor

Tamar has now been teaching at Northbrook for 8 years. Since graduating from her B.A hons degree at Harrow university 20 years ago she has been involved in setting up a community studio where she made thrown domestic ware.


Tamar regularly exhibits in major ceramic shows and is a selected member of the craft potters association CPA.


Tamar currently works as artist in residences in schools and teaches adults. In her home studio she makes limited edition decorative pieces which she exhibits widely.