I spend last week at the International Ceramics Studio in Kecskemet in Hungary on their Porcelain A-Z course.
The centre is a lovely place and I gained further knowledge on model and mould making and got inspiration on some new pieces of works.
The centre is in the middle of Kecskemet and that gave me the opportunity to wander around the town and absorb the atmosphere of this old central European city, with its old cathedral, many churches and synagogue. I also liked to to see the Art Nouveau buildings lining the boulevards.
Here are some photographs I took during my stay.
You can find out more about the International Ceramics Studio (ICS) on their website www.icshu.org