Enjoy making unique pottery/ceramic sculpture with plenty of projects and tutor support. All (levels) welcome. Learn different hand-building techniques, develop skills in designing, decorating, glazing. Two pottery wheels available. Fee includes materials and firing.
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Course Dates 2019 – 2020
Wednesday 1pm to 3.30pm Isobel Morris
These courses take place at the St Paul’s Learning and Family Centre
- 12 sessions 18 September £232 / £140 K10A
- 10 sessions 15 January £195/ £119 K10B
- 10 sessions 22 April £195/ £119 K10C
New course dates will be available in our next Course Guide 2020 – 21 from Summer 2020.
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Tutor – Isobel Morris
Subjects: Pottery, Sculpture, Soapstone Carving, Pastels
Creative from my youth, pottery/sculpture making is a lasting passion, first experienced as a teenager at evening classes.
Painting and drawing, especially pastels, is another favourite and I am also a keen photographer.
Following volunteering, a Sociology degree, co-founding a co-operative restaurant and teacher training, I taught English to travelling children and adults in a mobile school.
After spending some time living in Germany, I returned to Bristol and studied Sculpture and Drawing. Alongside tutoring, I run school, museum and event workshops and exhibit artwork.
I relish the joys of teaching; enabling people of all backgrounds, ages and abilities to enjoy their creativity and make progress is central to my approach.
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