The University of Geneva is pleased to announce its 5th summer course on Experimental Neolithic Pottery, which will take place in Kiladha (the Argolis, Greece) from August 17 to August 22, 2020.
The aim of this one-week intensive course is to provide students with hands-on experience in creating pots the way they were made in the Greek Neolithic, from the gathering of clay to polishing, decorating and firing.
The course will be taught in English by skilled practitioners, and is open to students of all levels.
Tuition fees: 300 EUR
Free full-board accommodation included (7 nights in Kiladha, from August 16 to August 23).
This summer course is organized by the University of Geneva, as part of the Bay of Kiladha project.