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Ceramic Heads (24th February & 25th February)

Date: Saturday, February 24, 2024
Ends: Sunday, February 25, 2024
Time: 10am - 4pm
Duration: February 24th 10am – 4pm & February 25th 10am – 4pm
Venue: The Courthouse
All materials and tools provided, but please bring any photos or drawings as a reference to work from. Aprons are also advised!

Get a taste of clay sculpture by learning how to sculpt a human, animal, or mythical head!

Join us for this one-day workshop and learn how to sculpt your own ceramic head using crank clay. You can choose from human, animal or mythical heads for your inspiration when moulding, forming, and carving your head. You will be able to pick up your head once it has been fired and learn about the different finishing techniques you can use.

You can book one day to make a smaller head, or two days to make a larger one.

This workshop will be delivered by Kay Latto.

Latto’s artwork has been exhibited locally and nationally. In 2019, she exhibited her Grayson Perry sculpture at the 250th Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.

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Suitable For: Suitable for all abilities.

Extra Info: 

  • Firing will take between 8 – 10 weeks due to the need for the clay to fully dry out before firing.
  • Both workshops will run from 10am-4pm
  • A pre-order form will be available on Saturday’s session should you wish to buy lunch in our cafe during your workshop.
  • The cafe will not be open on Sunday, so please bring along your own refreshments.
All Abilities

£65 (£55 + £10 materials) per day


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  • We don’t issue physical tickets – just bring your email confirmation or order reference along
  • If The Courthouse opens before your workshop starts, you’re welcome to browse our artisan shop – maybe we stock the artist running the workshop!
  • You’re welcome to grab a coffee of a snack from our friendly café and take it through into the workshop with you
  • If you have any access requirements, let us know.
  • There is no parking at The Courthouse except for Blue Badge holders who must let us know they will be needing the space

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