Hands on fun, informative and creative workshop.
Short demonstrations, then plenty of time for hands on making.
Due to a small class, information and instruction is customised to suit the composition of the group, and also each individual.
Use a simple electric pen (includes part of a 3D printer) to create your own sculptures.
Step by step instruction on how to create a 2D design, and then how to convert it into a 3D object, just by doodling.
No software, computer or technical knowledge required.
Suitable for both absolute beginner and expereinced artist.
Expert instruction and advise.
The venue is the spacious, light-filled Robertson Park Artists Studio. An artitecture design creative space within the scenic Robertson Park, West Perth.
Gift Vouchers must be used within 12 months of date of purchase. If you need an extension, please contact me via email a month before expiry date. After this date extensions will not be given.
- How to use and maintain a 3D pen
- Build 3D plastic objects, without learning software or using a computer
- Layperson's guide to 3D printing
- Create and take home at least two 3D sculptures of your own.
- Insight into the artist's thinking, processes and studio practice.
- Includes free $20 of materials.
- Free parking, tea and real coffee.
- New knowledge, skill, and confidence.
- Pencil/pen and paper.
Wear an old shirt to protect your cloths. Covered shoes as the workshop is in an arts centre.
Adult beginners teachers, artists, hobbyists
Vendor sincce 2013
Graham has taught ceramics since 1992.
He is nationally and internationally recognised as an expert in both ceramic art and also ceramic education.
Graham specialised in ceramics at high school and Teachers College, and holds separate degrees from UWA, Edith Cowan, and Curtin (hons) universities.
His work has appeared in 150 exhibitions in ten countries, and is in public collections in six countries.
Graham has taught over 200 workshops in 12 countries, and co-lead Hungarian and US international ceramics conferences and symposiums (see http://www.grahamhay.com.au/workshops.html).
Over 25 articles by him have been published in ceramic journals, in six countries.
Graham is very experienced teaching at absolutely beginners, intermediate and expert levels.
He frequently teaches in schools, tertiary institutions, plus groups of beginners, professional artists and art educators (see list on website).
His focuses on assisiting all students master techniques, gain confidence, relax completely, and consequently produce amazing works.
Generous by nature, he shares over 200 pages of free information on his website http://www.grahamhay.com.au. Visit it and be inspired.
Read online reviews going back to 2009. Just cut and paste
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Graham is committed to excellence in ceramics education. So, since 1993 he has been recording all positive, and negative, student evaluation sheet comments verbatim from all workshops on his website at http://www.grahamhay.com.au/comments.html
He regularly travels globally to share with and learn from fellow ceramic expert teachers.
common sense refund policy
Credits are transferable but not generally refundable (but this does not diminish your statutory rights).
1. Courtesy Saves: If you can't attend any class, your lesson credit is only protected (ie "rolled over") if you email or text me before the lesson, AND provide a specific "date of return to class".
This information is essential to prevent too large or too small classes.
I will confirm receipt of you text or email, and that your place in the class reserved.
If you do not provide a return date your balance will decline each week. When your balance reached zero, your shelve will be cleared (to make space for new students) and all clay recycled.
If you let me know via email/text, lessons can be rolled over for up to 2 years.
2. Similarly, if you are returning to classes after a prolonged absence, please contact me well before to ensure a place is reserved for you.
3. You can change which day and time you attend classes, and even attend more than one lesson per week, provided you have first discussed it with me, and there is space in the class.
4. If you are likely to be away for more than two months, you will be asked to temporarily take your clay and creations home (so to make space for new students, and to encourage you to keep making at home). Upon your return a space will be again made available for you.
5. Want more flexibility? Just ask.