Expressive Clay Workshop
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- Visiting information
- Opening hours during the festival:
Mon - Sun: 10am - 5pm
Join ceramic Artist and maker Sarah Crosby for a drop-in, expressive mark making workshop in The Lodge project space, Spode Works in connecting with Duncan Hoosen and Stephanie Buttle’s performative exhibition 22 Hands.
This workshop is open to people of all ages and all capabilities to work expressively using slip, brushes and slip trailing onto clay to create a playful canvas. Expect to respond to the marks and painting of other people when you leave your mark.
10am-1pm and 2pm-4pm, Saturday 12th & Sunday 13th October.
British Ceramics Biennial returned to Stoke-on-Trent from 7 September- 13 October in 2019. This international festival of ceramics celebrated its 10th anniversary with an…
Artists Duncan Hooson and Stephanie Buttle have come together to create 22 Hands, an exhibition, performance, workspace and intervention at the World of Wedgwood,…