Ceramics: The Many Facets of a Clay Form | EKM E-pood

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Ceramics: The Many Facets of a Clay Form

The course takes place on Thursdays: 18.11 and 25.11.2021 from 5.00 pm to 7.00 pm


- + pc 9

Due to the increased risk of coronavirus infection and additional restrictions imposed by the Government, the conditions for visiting the Kumu Art Museum have changed. Please click here to read the new visiting regulations: https://kunstimuuseum.ekm.ee/en/visitors-reminder/.

The course is held in Estonian, but English translation can be provided. 

During the two-part course, various sections are cut from a sheet of rolled clay, which is then glued together into a facial shape using a clay slurry. A strictly geometric or an asymmetrical shape can be created. The result is a container with a modern design that can be glazed in pleasing shades of colour. 

The material will be worked during the first lesson. During the second lesson, glazing with one’s chosen colours will take place, and the pre-fired items will be glazed under the guidance of the master of the ceramic studio. . 

NB! The participants can visit the exhibitions free of charge on the days they attend the course.  

The instructor is Jarõna Ilo, the master of the Kumu ceramics studio.  

From September to August, the Kumu educational centre organises various courses and workshops. Art studios and workshops offer opportunities to develop creativity in a unique setting at the Kumu Art Museum, home to Estonian art. Every year, people interested in painting, drawing, graphic art and ceramics can enjoy dynamic and instructive short courses, where professional supervisors help you to produce remarkable works of art.

The schedule of art courses is on our homepage (https://kumu.ekm.ee/en/workshops/).

If you cannot attend the course please let us know five business days prior to the start of a course. You can choose another course of the same value or get reimbursed.

Please contact the Curator of Art Studio Programmes by emailing kumustuudiod@ekm.ee or calling +372 5199 7615. Late claims will not be considered.

Kumu Art Museum will not reimburse courses partially, e.g. if you cannot attend all of the dates of the course. You will receive PDF tickets immediately on the given email address after your online banking transaction is finished.

If you haven’t received your tickets within 30 minutes after the transaction is done, please contact us at pood@ekm.ee or call +372 602 6139 (Mon–Fri 9.00–17.00)

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