2018 Winter School

Our 2018 Winter School Program is proudly offered through JamFactory, an esteemed partner institution of Adelaide Central School of Art.

These 2-day and 5-day, studio-based courses are designed for participants of all levels. Small class sizes ensure all participants receive individual, expert attention. Classes are held at JamFactory's Ceramics Studios 

Level

Name

Lecturer

Day

Dates*

Duration

Cost

12

Ceramic Jewellery Making 1

Ashlee Hopkins and Danielle Lo

Sun

17 June   &
24 June

2 days

$210

12

Ceramic Jewellery Making 2

Ashlee Hopkins and Danielle Lo

Sun

1 July   &
8 July

2 days

$210

1

Introduction to Wheel Throwing (AM)

Ebony Heidenreich

Mon - Fri

2 July –  6 July

5 days

$310

1

Introduction to Wheel Throwing (PM)

Ashlee Hopkins

Mon - Fri

2 July   –  6 July

5 days

$310

12

Hand-Building Tableware

Ebony Heidenreich

Sat - Sun

7 July   – 8 July

2 days

$280

 *refer to program for times

View the program hereEnrol now here.

Applicants who are already eligible for a 10% concession will not receive any further discount. For further information and to view the fee policy, download the full brochure.

For more information or to enrol please contact the School on (08) 8299 7300.

 

Lecturer Profiles 

Ebony Heidenreich is an Adelaide based ceramic artist. She studied at the University of South Australia and graduated with honours in 2014. Ebony will spend the next two years working as a JamFactory associate. Her work utilises both wheel-throwing and hand-building techniques, using traditional processes to make contemporary objects. 

Ashlee Hopkins is an emerging Adelaide-based ceramicist. Her practise focuses on functionality, elegant design, and an earthy aesthetic. In 2015, she undertook a major project, creating 75 uniform vessels, exploring the natural variation of the handmade. Her background as a musician and interest in textiles informs her work. 

Danielle Lo is an emerging contemporary jeweller from Sydney, with a Bachelor of Visual Arts from Sydney College of the Arts and an Advanced Diploma in Jewellery and Objects from Enmore Design Centre. A self-taught enamellist, Danielle creates unique pieces in simple forms using delicate details, colours and textures. She has been exhibiting her work since 2011. 

 
image: Introduction to Wheel Throwing at JamFactory