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Ceramic Designing

Shaping and firing clay into a beautiful craft is called ceramic art or ceramic designing and the person who creates ceramic art is known as ceramic designer. 

Ceramics designers create designs for a variety of pottery objects such as ceramic sculpture, domestic and commercial tableware and kitchenware.

Career Options

  • - Engine components manufacturing units - Design firms - Ceramic ware manufacturing units - Construction services - Research and testing firms - Table ware Industry Sanitary ware - Industry Glass bulbs factory - Cutting tools Industry - Enamels factories - Kitchen ware Industry - Decorative ware Industry

Educational Qualifications

  • Minimum qualification- 10+2

Personal Skills

  • - Creative flair and practical ceramics skills - Time management and the ability to work to deadlines - Excellent communication skills - Organizational ability - Attention to detail. - Patience - Photography
  • computer software and design skills - A good understanding of health and safety issues

Courses to be pursued

  • - Certificate in Ceramic art - Bachelor in fine arts - Masters in Fine Arts

Top Colleges

Working Conditions

-Freelance ceramicists work according to their own timings while salaried ceramics designers tend to work regular office or shift hours. -Frequent travel is also necessary for independent professionals.

Top Companies

Successful Persons

Bijoy Jain

Bijoy Jain is a renowned Indian architecture and Norman R. Foster Visiting Professor of architecture at Yale University. He received his M. Arch from Washington University in St Louis, USA in 1990. He then worked in Richard Meier office at Los Angeles and London between 1989 and 1995. He returned to India in 1995 and founded his own firm Studio Mumbai.

Mudita Bhandari

Mudita Bhandari is a Pune based artist. She completed her Bachelors in Ceramics at Kala Bhawan Santiniketan. She got her inspiration from the Indian potters and their techniques of using clay and after that she started working with terracotta.

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