Clay for Infants

9 - 12 April 2013

Looking at Serena Korda’s exhibition Aping the Beast, this course will use clay to think about folklore and rituals. Children will make relics and other special objects, learning how these are used to help us understand forgotten and overlooked elements of our everyday worlds. The course ends with an exhibition of work on the last day.

Earlybird: book before 10 March for a 10% discount

The small group size [was] very nurturing.  Excellent range of materials to work with and beautiful studio space.
Parent of course attendee

The courses always seem to allow [my child] to make really imaginative stuff.
Parent of course attendee

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Claire Bevacqua
Claire graduated from Camberwell College of Arts in 2001 and has since set up her own studio for producing and teaching ceramics.

Please bring a copy of your confirmation email and proof of concession with you on the first day of your course.

Eligible concessions

People who are: full-time students with NUS cards; in receipt of housing and council tax benefits, income support, job seekers allowance, a state pension; registered disabled. Please bring evidence of your concessionary status and show it to the Bookshop staff on the first day of your course.  Please note that bookings are non-transferable and non-refundable unless the course is cancelled by the Centre.

Free lunchtime supervision for children booked onto both morning and afternoon courses during half term. Please email to register for the supervision after making your bookings.

Cass Art, London’s leading art retailer, is kindly offering all course attendees a welcome gift containing a £5 Cass Art voucher and watercolour postcard pad.