with Alison Finnieston
This weekend is open to all levels of ability. A timely opportunity to make unique ceramic gifts and develop your skill set. Alison will teach you all you need to know about slab work and the principles of using slip decoration. Previous attendees will have an opportunity to complete work, final glaze and develop their ideas for new work.
Children’s Half Term Workshops with Megan Elinor and Cathy.
For 7-11 year olds
Bring a packed lunch and wear old clothes.
Places strictly limited, contact the centre to book.
Two Day Workshop
Our artist in residence, Jo Mattox, will be running this workshop in the pottery studio. Jo is an accomplished portrait painter who has embraced the opportunities and challenges of working 3 dimensionally in clay. Many of you will have seen her working on her projects here over the past few weeks.
In this workshop you will learn how to hand build heads, or whole figures. You are encouraged to bring along photographs of animals or of the person you would like to sculpt.
Places are limited to five attendees to ensure Covid security and to guarantee plenty of individual attention. The course is suitable for experienced ceramic artists and enthusiastic beginners. The cost is £110 per person for the two days to include all materials. If you have your own tools you are advised to bring them. Book in advance on Eventbrite or contact us.
Due to the popularity of Jeb’s courses we have asked him back for a one day workshop on Saturday 31st October 10-4pm. This will be your opportunity to make an original lino cut for personalised cards and presents. Just in time for Christmas.
Lino prints can be used repeatedly to make presents, cards, for printing onto paper, clay and, fabric. Jeb is a professional and highly respected artist and printmaker, his relaxed charm, wide knowledge, attention to detail, and pure skill enables students to make their ideas become reality.
Fee £55 to include materials. Covid security, spaces limited to 5 attendees, booking essential.