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Ceramics of Pakistan with Ghulam Hyder Daudpota


Start Date.

14-05-2018

End Date.

18-05-2018

Time.

10:30- 17:30

By.

Ghulam Hyder Daudpota


Create the vibrant colours, motifs and designs in ceramics from Pakistan.

The course is divided into two parts. During the first half, students will be introduced to the methods and materials needed to design and decorate tiles using traditional motifs in the Kashikari and Cuerda Seca styles.

Students will make glazes from raw materials, including ceramic oxides and powder stains. Students will also learn about initial and firing binders in glazes in colours, and have the opportunity to fire several test tiles.

The second half of the course will be focused on design. Students will learn about common motifs, including floral/foliate forms, geometry, and calligraphy. Students will transfer their chosen design onto a ceramic surface, and decorate the design with glazes.

In addition to several fired samples, leading to a final piece, students will leave with a deeper knowledge of the processes behind this craft.

This course is part of the Bagri Foundation Open Programme at The Prince’s Foundation School of Traditional Arts, which aims to develop Asian arts courses at The School.


Ghulam Hyder Daudpota

Ghulam Hyder was awarded a full Jameel scholarship to study at The Prince’s School of Traditional Arts (PSTA). In 2010, when he graduated with a Masters with Distinction, he was also awarded the Jerwood Art prize by HRH Prince of Wales. He is the Founder and Chairman of NITA Crafts Development Co-operative Society Nasarpur. Each year, Ghulam Hyder also joins the PSTA team in Baku, Azerbaijan as a consultant teacher of traditional ceramic techniques at the Icherisheher Centre for Traditional Arts. Belonging to a family of ceramic tile-makers Kashikar in Nasarpur, Ghulam Hyder is intent on making sure the craft of Kashikari tile-making thrives and is maintained to the highest standards.


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