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  • New Zealand Diploma in Arts and Design (Level 5) - Ceramics programme

    Study ceramics with New Zealand's only specialised tertiary programme in Ceramic Arts. The Ceramics Studio at Otago Polytechnic is the largest in the country and the department has strong partnerships across the country. The programme is delivered on site in Dunedin and also by distance in; Auckland, Waiheke, Hamilton, Otaki, Hawkes Bay and Christchurch where distance students can undertake practical classes. 

    This programme has an emphasis on exploration and experimentation. Y...

  • Ceramics night class

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    DirectionsClasses are held in the Ceramic Studio at the Dunedin School of Art. Please click here for a map.

    Go to the main entrance of the Dunedin School of Art at 19 Riego St (off the Anzac Avenue end of Albany Street). The Ceramics Workshop is the concrete block building at the far end of the carpark towards the stadium. 

    TutorClasses in ceramics are taught by ceramic artist, Michael Tannock.

    MaterialsA glaze material fee of $10 per s...

  • Introduction to Ceramics night class

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    DirectionsClasses are held in the Ceramic Studio at the Dunedin School of Art. Please click here for a map.

    Go to the main entrance of the Dunedin School of Art at 19 Riego St (off the Anzac Avenue end of Albany Street). The Ceramics Workshop is the concrete block building at the far end of the carpark towards the stadium. 

    TutorAli Howlett

    MaterialsA glaze material fee of $10 per student is to be paid to the tutor at the beginning of t...

  • Sculpture night class: Ceramics

    ... bring cash for clay purchase. If using glaze materials, there will be an additional cost of approximately $10.

    TutorThe tutor for this night class will be Suzanne Emslie.

    Suzanne Emslie spent seven and a half years completing a Diploma in Ceramics and a Masters of Visual Arts in ceramic sculpture. She has been a practising artist for the last 14 years, working in both ceramic and limestone materials, and sculpting and carving figurative works.
    DirectionsClasses a...

  • New Zealand Diploma in Arts and Design (Level 6) - Ceramics programme

    Continue to explore ceramics.  The Ceramics Studio at Otago Polytechnic is the largest in the country and the department has strong partnerships across the country. The programme is delivered on site in Dunedin and also by distance in; Auckland, Waiheke, Hamilton, Otaki, Hawkes Bay and Christchurch where distance students can undertake practical classes. 

    Upon successful completion, progress into our Bachelor of Visual Arts to broaden your skill set and career opportunities. 
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  1. New Zealand Diploma in Arts and Design (Level 5) - Ceramics programme
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    Study ceramics with New Zealand's only specialised tertiary programme in Ceramic Arts. The Ceramics Studio at Otago Polytechnic is the largest in the country and the department has strong partnerships across the country. The programme is delivered on site in Dunedin and also by distance in; Auckland, Waiheke, Hamilton, Otaki, Hawkes Bay and Christchurch where distance students can undertake practical classes. This programme has an emphasis on exploration and experimentation. You will develo...

  2. Ceramics night class
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    ... right corner of this page).DirectionsClasses are held in the Ceramic Studio at the Dunedin School of Art. Please click here for a map.Go to the main entrance of the Dunedin School of Art at 19 Riego St (off the Anzac Avenue end of Albany Street). The Ceramics Workshop is the concrete block building at the far end of the carpark towards the stadium. TutorClasses in ceramics are taught by ceramic artist, Michael Tannock.MaterialsA glaze material fee of $10 per student is to be paid to the tutor a...

  3. Sculpture night class: Ceramics
    1282x484 Sculpture night class Ceramics

    ... need to bring cash for clay purchase. If using glaze materials, there will be an additional cost of approximately $10.TutorThe tutor for this night class will be Suzanne Emslie.
    Suzanne Emslie spent seven and a half years completing a Diploma in Ceramics and a Masters of Visual Arts in ceramic sculpture. She has been a practising artist for the last 14 years, working in both ceramic and limestone materials, and sculpting and carving figurative works.
    DirectionsClasses are held in th...

  4. Introduction to Ceramics night class
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    ... right corner of this page).DirectionsClasses are held in the Ceramic Studio at the Dunedin School of Art. Please click here for a map.Go to the main entrance of the Dunedin School of Art at 19 Riego St (off the Anzac Avenue end of Albany Street). The Ceramics Workshop is the concrete block building at the far end of the carpark towards the stadium. TutorAli HowlettMaterialsA glaze material fee of $10 per student is to be paid to the tutor at the beginning of the course. This covers basic glazes...

  5. New Zealand Diploma in Arts and Design (Level 6) - Ceramics programme
    1282x484 Diploma in Arts and Design Ceramics

    Continue to explore ceramics. The Ceramics Studio at Otago Polytechnic is the largest in the country and the department has strong partnerships across the country. The programme is delivered on site in Dunedin and also by distance in; Auckland, Waiheke, Hamilton, Otaki, Hawkes Bay and Christchurch where distance students can undertake practical classes. Upon successful completion, progress into our Bachelor of Visual Arts to broaden your skill set and career opportunities. To discuss the progra...

  6. Glaze Theory and Practice course
    1282x484 Glaze Theory and Practice course

    ... well-known historical glaze types and you will also have an opportunity to research finishing processes which interest you. Upon successful completion of the course, you will receive a Certificate of Achievement. TutorLawrence Ewing has been engaged in ceramics for over 40 years. In 1986, he became a staff member at the Dunedin School of Art where he was appointed to teach all aspects of ceramics full-time.In the early stage of his time at Otago Polytechnic, Lawrence became interested in glaze...

  7. Graduate Diploma in Visual Arts
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    ... practising artists in various disciplines and media, or consider a diverse and exciting range of careers including an Illustrator, Art Therapist, Researcher, Artists' Agent, Photojournalist or Colour Consultant.Embrace the opportunity to specialise in Ceramics, Digital and Moving Image, Jewellery-Making and Metalsmithing, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture or Textiles. Typically, you would work in one of these areas but interdisciplinary work may be approved. Within the Dunedin...

  8. Bachelor of Visual Arts
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    ... for presentation in a public exhibition. The Studio Research and Professional Methodologies courses provide critical, historical and vocational contexts for the development of your studio project in your final year.Specialist Studio DisciplinesStudy CeramicsWe have the largest ceramics arts department in New Zealand with wood, salt, electric and gas kilns, electric wheels and online research facilities. You will benefit from an emphasis on hands-on experimentation in clay-making workshops which...

  9. Undergraduate

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    As New Zealand’s oldest public art school, we have a tradition of teaching excellence with the support of world-class facilities – ensuring that you reach your full potential. Teaching is across eight specific studio areas: Ceramics; Electronic arts; Jewellery and Metalsmithing; Print; Photography; Painting; Sculpture and Textiles
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    New Zealand Certificate in Arts and Design (Level 4)
    Dunedin
    6 months full-time; part-time over two yea...

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    ... Certificate in Digital Media and Design (Level 4) will prepare you for application to the Bachelor of Design (Communication, Fashion or Product), Bachelor of Architectural Studies or the Bachelor of Visual Arts.
    New Zealand Diploma in Arts and Design (Level 5) - Ceramics programme
    Distance/online with practical classes in various locations
    1 year full-time; 2 years part-time
    Level 5
    Starts February
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