#ClayAtHome Draw to Focus
This week, artist Sarah Fraser takes us through a relaxed drawing activity using handmade inks and drawing tools. Looking at daily routines and common household objects, the exercise demonstrates how we can explore creativity through our homes and outdoors.
These weekly artist-facilitated online sessions aim to provide motivation for creative activity during this difficult time. Rather than creating finished ‘artworks’ the sessions are designed to build creative confidence and skills that can be used in different contexts. More info on these here.
Share your drawings with us on social media by tagging BCB and using the #ClayAtHome hashtag.
#ClayAtHome Press Moulded Bowl
This week, artist Alice Thatcher demonstrates how to make a press moulded bowl only using items from your home (even the clay!). Gather the…
#ClayAtHome ‘An Homage to…’ Isolation Tiles
In this video, artist Gabriella Rhodes demonstrates how to make tiles from clay or salt dough using tools found at home and in the…
#ClayAtHome Growing Cultures
This week, we’re covering science, health and the world of bacteria! Inspired by the ceramic penicillin culture vessels, originally produced in Stoke-on-Trent, Growing Cultures explore…
#ClayAtHome Cast of Thousands
This week, we’re looking to the Cast of Thousands figures for inspiration in our Make Your Superhero activity. Cast of Thousands was initially launched…
#ClayAtHome Play and Explore
This week, we’ll be looking at how we can play and explore with clay and different materials found inside and outside our houses. We’ll…
#ClayAtHome Clay Cookbook
This week, we’re exploring science and biology through food, plants and clay! BCB Education Manager Natalie Armitage demonstrates the ‘Food on Our Plate’ activity…
#ClayAtHome – Salt Dough Recipe
This week we’re sharing an recipe for a clay alternative – Salt Dough! In this video, BCB Education Manager Natalie Armitage demonstrates how to…
#ClayAtHome – Introduction
Welcome to British Ceramic Biennial’s newly launched digital creative learning programme, #ClayAtHome. #ClayAtHome is a series of free online resources created in…
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…