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This course will allow you to explore sculpture in life and portrait head modelling in clay by developing observational and modelling skills and individual creativity. New and returning students work alongside each other in a mutually supportive environment. Learners will be encouraged to explore their own personal approach, developing confidence & skills in a creative, supportive and well equipped studio. Basic materials included. Extra charge for materials used over and above the allocated material course fee.
• Tuition is primarily one-to-one and within the class group• Step by step instruction and demonstration is given on new techniques to enable you to progress with your individual work• You will be working with a male or female model to create your own personal clay sculpture which will be fired• All learners negotiate individual learning goals with tutor and record and assess these goals on the Individual Learning Plans
All levels welcome from beginners to the experienced with a keen interest in exploring Life modelling and 3 Dimensional form.
This course takes place in Pelham Hall. Some lifting required but there is always help available.
Protective clothing i.e. recommended overall or apron, strong shoes or boots. Some extra fees will be charged for materials and ceramic firing when the student uses over and above their allocated course materials fee. Sketch book and pencils. Camera to record progress.
Progress onto: other sculpture and visual art courses in the department; foundation art and design or pre-foundation courses; and/or pursue one’s own creativity independently in own studio.