|To register or find out more about
pottery making @ Clay Cove,
call Moni at 6733-8129,
e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
or just drop by at #05-01 The Centrepoint,
176 Orchard Road, Singapore 238843.
(Nearest MRT Station: Somerset)
INTERMEDIATE Pottery Course
Intermediate course comprises of 6 sessions. In Intermediate, we focus on Coiling, Slab-building and Hollowing methods.
Coiling is the traditional method of many potters. The Children will make a number of long rolls of clay, circular and solid in cross-section. These are called coils. By lying in rings one on top of another, they formed the walls of bowl and cup.
Slab-building is an extremely flexible method. It is best for defined shape with angles. Children use the roller pin to make slabs of clay, cut them into desired shapes and join the slabs together to form pencil holder.
Hollowing method is best used to make irregular forms and shapes. Children will make a box of their desired shape, for example, heart-shape, square, rectangle or even a pyramid box.
It’s suitable for 5-14 years old.
It’ll cost $240 for 6 sessions and they will learn to create and paint 5 pottery masterpieces!