The “Romano Ranieri” School of Ceramic Art has two teaching ways, paid courses and courses financed.
Paid courses are available every day and all year.
Each student chooses the course or courses to attend during the chosen period.

Our school is unique in its kind, it is always open, all year open, from Monday to Friday for 8 hours a day. No basic knowledge is required. On the same day it is possible to attend 4 hours of throwing wheel / molds (or other) and 4 hours of decoration (or other), or 8 hours of throwing wheel or decoration only, or other scheduled courses.
Each course is personalized, therefore we will follow an individual program that will allow the best to reach the desired objectives. Each will be followed by international masters of long experience, high and recognized technical and educational expertise, which will make it easy and effective learning the best techniques of working with ceramics, always pride and artistic quality of our tradition, known and appreciated throughout the world.
The course date is decided by the you, we only ask for an email or a call to confirm the start period, without any financial commitment, at least a few days/week before.
At the end of each course a certificate of attendance is issued.

The second address is the funded courses, the “Romano Ranieri” School of Ceramic Art, a training body accredited by the Region of Umbria for the management of professional training courses funded by F.S.E and other public resources related to the macrotypologies:

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