- Length of Study 10 Months
- Accreditation Certificate
- Campus Victoria Street Campus
Refine and strengthen your creative talents with instruction from practicing artist instructors at School of the Arts Ceramics Program. Learn contemporary ceramic design methods as well as traditional techniques in handbuilding, mold making, wheel forming, glazing and firing. Everything you may expect in a longer program will be thrown at students eager for an intensive learning experience. Be with the clay – it’s like the earth in your hands – and develop a complete relationship with your building material.
The ceramic students are working on lidded vessels this week. Here is Andrea Sweetnam working on a decorative jar. #wheelthrown #liddedjar #ceramics #kootenaystudioarts #selkirkcollege #nelsonbc
Posted by Kootenay Studio Arts on Thursday, February 22, 2018
School of the Arts Ceramics Program: Hands-on Learning
Combine conceptual skills learned in the classroom with hands-on practice in School of the Arts Ceramics Program’s studio. Individual attention from your instructors in both settings will enable you to build confidence with ceramic processes, knowledge of studio safety and ultimately, achieve individual goals. Develop a solid body of work and be fully prepared to pursue independent practice.
You will be immersed in a vibrant and rewarding creative experience at the School of the Arts Victoria Street Campus where students are also pursuing the crafts: Textiles and Sculptural Metal.
Discover more about our Victoria Street Campus in beautiful downtown Nelson, BC. Nelson and its surrounding areas are a vital West Kootenay cultural hub. Artists are attracted to the natural beauty, the laid-back attitude and an atmosphere of acceptance that inspires creativity.