Here are some images of the CSACJ studio
The CSACJ studio is on the St Austell campus of Cornwall College. The campus is lively and busy during term time and calm and peaceful during the college holidays!
The placement of the studio on the campus means that whatever the time of year, it is quiet and peaceful, a perfect environment for creative pursuits and ‘me time’ – don’t we all need a bit of that now and then?
We are completely wheelchair accessible. There are disabled toilets close by and the studio is spacious enough for easy movement of a wheelchair or motorised scooter.
Here are some comments from students who have recently taken classes with us…
Fantastic workspace, light and airy with plenty of room to work – Sally C
Lovely studio, plenty of natural light, good task lighting for each person – Jane
Very well equipped, comfortable room. Everything we needed was available easily – Melanie
A beautiful and visually exciting studio space to work in, so many exciting things to look at and to inspire. A fantastic working space with everything you could possibly need right at your finger tips – Kirstie Carter
This is an amazing space – surrounded by inspiring creations and with all of the tools to hand or in carefully designated spaces – Martin Carter
The studio is spacious and well equipped. A perfect work space – Claire J
The studio is zoned and has plenty of room to spread out and get creative.
There is a hot area which has kilns and soldering or firing stations. At CSACJ we are committed to the safety of our students so keeping the hot stuff away from traffic areas and work stations guarantees a safe learning experience.
Likewise, spinning equipment is kept in a specific area and only brought into use when the tutor is available to supervise.
We have a small kitchen area with hot and cold running water, a fridge, microwave, kettle and coffee maker. We always have fresh milk in the fridge – which sometimes has to share the space with metal clay that needs to be kept cold! If you are coming to CSACJ for a day class or longer, you can use the fridge to store your lunch or food for a number of days. Some students find this very useful as they can buy groceries to make themselves a sandwich each day they are at the school. Tea and coffee are provided at the school.
We recycle cardboard, plastic, paper and glass.
We have an area where you can relax and browse our library of books and magazines or eat your lunch.
There is a small shop in the studio. This has some basic tools, metal clay, syringe and other components. You can also buy Julia’s book in our shop. We accept debit and credit cards through Paypal or cash.
Have a look at the pictures of our studio and if you have any questions, please contact us, we’re always happy to help.