Welcome to British Ceramic Biennial’s new digital creative learning programme, #ClayAtHome.
#ClayAtHome is an online creative learning programme to get people to experiment and engage with clay at home. The programme includes video demonstrations of hands-on activities, podcast interviews with artists and social networking events.
BCB have created this new digital resource in response to the current health crisis and content will be released over the coming weeks, including activities to support children’s home learning from BCB’s CLAY School programme and led by the CLAY School Programme Manager, Natalie Armitage.
To coincide with the Easter holidays, the first online demonstration launches on Wednesday 15 April, with a making activity taken from BCB’s Clay Cookbook. Other highlights include a recipe for a clay alternative for those who don’t have access to the material in their homes, and a science experiment inspired by the history of penicillin.
Tag your creations on social media with the hashtag #ClayAtHome to share what you make with us and our #ClayAtHome community.
All the resources can be found on this #ClayAtHome webpage, our What’s On calendar and across our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts.