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PLC Ceramic Dresses: Year 8



The ceramic dresses exhibited below were created by Year 8 students at Presbyterian Ladies College, Burwood, Melbourne, Australia.


Students were challenged to hand-make theire own intepretations of a formal dress. The clay was fired and then glazed.


Individual student names will be provided.


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2 Responses to “Ceramic Dresses: Year 8 P.L.C.”

  1. Susan Maygar says:

    My students refered to these wonderful dresses to inspire them to design bells in ceramics. The girls in my group loved the dresses ans most picked a faavourite. Manydesigns look very interesting. one student wants to make a ballerina who;s leg will drop down when the bell is rung. Thursday my students construct their bells. Thank you forthis outstanding starting point,

  2. Narelle says:

    These were awesome. My year 8 ceramics class enjoyed them and have been inspired to work extra hard on their Pixie Houses so we can exhibit them on your site also. 🙂




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