An exciting programme of workshops run by Guild members from their studios.
To book please follow instructions on individual entries.
throughout the year
Termly, Weekend and Family Day Courses (please click on the underlined links)
For details of Emily-Kriste Wilcox‘s workshops and how to book, visit:
Termly courses (12 week)
Autumn (Sept – Dec 2019). Introduction to Handbuilding
Spring (Jan – Mar 2020). Introduction to Handbuilding
Summer (April – July 2020). Introduction to Handbuilding
Autumn (Sept – Dec 2019). Constructing Form and Surface Decoration
Spring (Jan – Mar 2020). Constructing Form and Surface Decoration
Summer (April – July 2020). Constructing Form and Surface Decoration
Short courses (4 week)
Summer (July – Aug 2019). Introduction to Ceramics
Weekend courses (2 days)
20th / 21st JULY 2019
17th / 18th AUG 2019
21st / 22nd SEPT 2019
14th / 15th DEC 2019
Family pottery (1 day)
FRI 26th JULY 2019
FRI 2nd AUG 2019
THU 15th AUG 2019
FRI 3rd JAN 2020
And here is a link for regular updates on Emily’s courses.
Glass Fusing and Slumping
Dichroic Glass Jewellery
Weekends throughout the year
Weekend courses are held regularly throughout the year in Bill Robson‘s professional studio, in his house, set in the beautiful North Gloucestershire countryside.
2 day weekday courses can also be booked.
Full details of courses are displayed on the Creative Breaks website – www.creativebreaks.co.uk, or contact Bill direct on 01531 821277
Jewellery Lost Wax Casting Classes
27 and 28 July 2019
An introductory course on Lost Wax Casting, you will carve a wax model, cast and finish it, and make a mould to produce copies. including sources of tools materials and books on more advanced techniques.
For Jewellers, Sculptors and Craftsmen who want to design their own metal fittings in Silver and Bronze.
from 26 April 2019
Guild Member Bridget Williams will be teaching pottery courses at New Brewery Arts.
Suitable for complete beginners and those wishing to improve their throwing skills, the courses will cover different handbuilding techniques, including pinching, coiling and slabwork, as well as surface decoration and glazing. Students will be guided through the different techniques with demonstrations, examples and individual tuition. The class aims to be informal, relaxed and fun!
If this is of interest, please book through the links below: