Our pottery course in Florence runs in an artisan workshop “bottega” in Florence. The artisan organizes this course all year.
Italy has a long history with ceramics and it is important to remember that ceramic is also a form of artistic expression. Some of the most important types of Italian pottery are Deruta and Montelupo, near Florence. Both of these towns are located along rivers where there are natural clay deposits, perfect for the production of maiolica.
The course is one to one. You will be followed by the master craftman in every step of your learning.
This course can be taught either in Italian or in English. Since lessons are individual, the programme can be adapted to your own needs; you can also apply for an interpretation service.
|Starting dates 2022|
|January||3, 17, 31||May||9, 23||September||12, 26|
|February||14, 28||June||6, 20||October||10, 24|
|March||14, 28||July||4, 18||November||7, 21|
|April||11, 26||August||1, 16, 29||December||5|
|The school will be closed on the following national holidays: Epiphany (06/01), Easter Monday, Italy Liberation Day (25/04), Workers' Day (01/05), Republic Day (02/06), 24/06, Ferragosto (15/08), All Saints (01/11), Immaculate Conception (8/12), Christmas holidays and New Year.|