Unolona Academy

Studio Pottery

A course designed to help you set up your own practice in ceramics

6 Months Course

4 Classes & 8 Hours Per Week

Studio Pottery

The Studio Pottery program introduces you to clay as a medium and challenges you to learn by doing. With a blend of theory and practicals, the course will teach you hand building techniques, wheel pottery, glazing and kiln procedures. 

 

This course provides you enough room to explore art and design, aesthetics and function, sculpture and product, abstraction and representation - all with the use of clay. In addition to skill building, this course will also nurture your creativity and assist you with the development of your own creative process. 

 

Our Studio Pottery program is open to students aged 14 and above, and is offered in small groups of upto 4 students or as a one-on-one program.

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Amount of scholarships
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Faculties from different backgrounds (2021-22)
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Colleges across the world
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Why This Course?

This course instills new skills and a greater understanding of clay as a medium. Most students who pursue this course do it with the purpose of developing a new skill or a new career. The course can be pursued in a 3-month or 6-month duration which enables you to understand how to set up your own studio practice in ceramics. Please note that the complete list of course contents is completed in a 6-month program only.

Open to all

This course does not require any prior experience.

Studio Environment

You learn in an environment that can easily be replicated for your own studio

Multiple Faculties

This course invites visiting faculties to teach you different aspects of ceramics

Art and Function

The course helps you explore ceramics for art as well as for products

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Course Content

Hand Building

- Coiling
- Pinching
- Slab Work
- Surface Decoration

Theory of Clay

Glaze Recipes Basics

Wheel Pottery

- Centering
- Pulling
- Triming
- Surface Decoration

Principles of Glaze Application

Kiln Procedures

The exposure received at Unolona academy helped me grow not only academically, but even as a person.Harsimran sir and shalu ma’am have been very instrumental in inculcating a strong design foundation in my journey. I was the happiest when I attended their classes. So grateful!

Sanjana Joshi (Student, now studying at School of the Art Institute of Chicago)

It was an amazing experience. The team was absolutely wonderful with everything and I couldn’t be more thankful for all they have done for me. Harsimran Sir really helped me with understanding art styles, my artwork and helped me discover the real artist in me.

Riya Shah (student, now studying at University of the Arts London)

At Unolona , I was able to get my art skills to a higher level. Even though the pandemic restricted a lot of my in person interactions, the online communication was great. The faculty is always willing to help and are equipped with endless knowledge about art. I recommend Unolona Academy for Art Education.

Devraj Patel (student, now studying at Southern California Institute of Architecture)

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Are the materials provided by you?

    Yes, we provide you with the materials and the major tools required for learning the basics.

    Will I able to get a job after this course?

    Your job may be subject to your skill levels. Ceramics is a vast area of study that requires years of practice to master. Our course can get serve merely as a launchpad.

    Do you provide the glazes required?

    Yes. We have various recipes for glazes which will be presented to you during the course and you may choose to work with glazes of your choice.

    Will I be able to set up my own studio after a full length course?

    If you’re enrolling for a full-length course with us, our aim is to complete anywhere between 20 - 40 projects. Colleges only require 10 - 20 projects but having a bulk allows you cater your portfolio specifically to the needs of each college.

    Why is Saturday compulsory?

    Our classes for wheel pottery are generally fixed for Saturdays with our visiting faculty.

    Do you help with getting a job?

    Unfortunately, no. You are requested to find placement opportunities by yourself.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Are the materials provided by you?

    Yes, we provide you with the materials and the major tools required for learning the basics.

    Will I able to get a job after this course?

    Your job may be subject to your skill levels. Ceramics is a vast area of study that requires years of practice to master. Our course can get serve merely as a launchpad.

    Do you provide the glazes required?

    Yes. We have various recipes for glazes which will be presented to you during the course and you may choose to work with glazes of your choice.

    Will I be able to set up my own studio after a full length course?

    If you’re enrolling for a full-length course with us, our aim is to complete anywhere between 20 - 40 projects. Colleges only require 10 - 20 projects but having a bulk allows you cater your portfolio specifically to the needs of each college.

    Why is Saturday compulsory?

    Our classes for wheel pottery are generally fixed for Saturdays with our visiting faculty.

    Do you help with getting a job?

    Unfortunately, no. You are requested to find placement opportunities by yourself.