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Library at Southwark Cathedral
Event Exhibition

Library

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  • Venue:
    Southwark Cathedral
  • From:
    March 03, 2019
  • To:
    April 09, 2019
  • Location:
    London
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Event Performance

Ecstatic Material: Beatrice Dillon & Keith Harrison

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  • Venue:
    Thurs 7: Plymouth, KARST // Fri 8: Bristol, Arnolfini, promoted by Qu Junktions // Sat 9: Birmingham, Centrala, promoted by Supersonic Festival // Sun 10: Bradford, Fuse Art Space // Mon 11: Manchester, Caustic Coastal (Salford) promoted by Fat Out // Tues 12: Cambridge, Cambridge Junction // Wed 13: Milton Keynes, MK Gallery // Thu 14: London, South London Gallery promoted by 33/33 // Fri 15: Bexhill, De La Warr Pavilion
  • From:
    February 07, 2019
  • To:
    February 15, 2019
  • Location:
    Across UK
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Blog Post

Earth colours

Never have I been so excited about being given a whole lot of mud (well, I probably have, but in the context of growing things… which I guess connects all these ideas).   Thanks to ceramicist Elsa Naveda as well […]

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News News feature

“Almost respectable”: the resurgence of ceramics

Recent years have seen a renewed interest in clay as many contemporary artists embrace the medium in their work. As the British Ceramics Biennial continues in Stoke and Tate Modern hosts Ceramics Factory, Pippa Koszerek talks about its renewed appeal with the biennial’s artistic director and artists Clare Twomey and Jesse Wine.

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Blog Post

Clay

Commondale is built on clay. In the surrounding villages, many of the older houses are stone built. Commondale, however, is built primarily from hard, bright red Commondale brick. The few exceptions are the older farmsteads predating the brickworks, and the […]

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Blog Post

Be a part of this public art piece

Come along and be part of an art event in Commondale celebrating three key parts of Commondale’s history: clay, sheep and community. Make three sheep out of clay – one for you and two for the flock that will remain […]

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Blog Artist

Flock

Following our first rural, interactive, community- and time-based public installation…exploring the process, history, community, surroundings, landscape…

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Blog Post

Raku – exploring alchemy in clay

I had the pleasure of taking part in a Raku workshop on the 8th of April 2017 at the fantastic Seymour Road Studios in Lady Bay, Nottingham. It was here that my passion for clay began several years ago under […]

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Blog Artist

The Welsh Yew – Myth & Reality

This was a wonderful opportunity to research a remarkable tree, especially as it has been appreciated and held in high regard for hundreds of years here in Wales.

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Event Exhibition

Through Viscera

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  • Venue:
    The Barbican Arts Group Trust - Artworks Project Space
  • From:
    September 16, 2016
  • To:
    September 25, 2016
  • Location:
    London
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Blog Post

A Museum within a Gallery

As we all finish off our works for the forthcoming exhibition at Tate Liverpool, discussions and last minute signing off of details for the next stage in Sheffield, are under way. Its been really challenging to get so many exhibitions […]

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Blog Post

A work in progress #wip

I am currently working on this new piece so far it’s taken 3/4 days to get this far, I am happy with how it is progressing, it is definitely a creative flow that I’m experiencing, I am just going with […]

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a work in progress

4’weeks ago, I started to work on this… However, it is still a work in progress. Having to leave Uni and go to work has stopped the creative flow. But hey a girls gotta eat, right? #livebreatheart  

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Blog Post

Making a Moulding Plug

With the idea to make representations of large water droplets and failed so far to find a suitable item for the mould ‘plug’ that is droplet shaped, large enough and has a highly polished surface, I have decided to make […]

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Blog Artist

‘Saving Grace’ Sculpture

This sculpture was entered into the ‘Poison and Remedy’ Open Exhibition at WTS Gallery in Leicester and won a prize. Title: Saving Grace This piece has a symbolic personal connection to my daughter, as a baby she suffered from Febrile […]

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Blog Post

Doing things

Last week, while lying on the settee with a bad dose of the lurgy, I flicked through an old sketchbook, trying to kick start my brain into thinking again. There were several ideas that I’d had, but had abandoned either […]

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Blog Post

Gathering Impressions, a creative foraging walk.

On a sunny Sunday in late September I was joined by Mark Loos from Medway Swale Estuary Partnership and a group of 12 walkers on a walk with sketchbooks and clay. We had plotted a walk along the shoreline at […]

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Blog Post

Clay Sculptures

To help better understand my work, I have decided to look at these clay sculptures from when I first started to make them, and why they have stayed with me and I continue to make them three years on. I […]

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Ceramics

The piece im creating at the moment is a 3D wall mounted piece made out of ceramics. This piece strives to show the idea of “one mans rubbish is another mans gold” and focuses on the issues of disposable objects […]

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Flora
Resource Archive Feature

Big picture – 2011 July

Phoebe Cummings, Flora, detail from the floor of the residency studio, Victoria & Albert Museum, unfired clay, 2010. Photo: Sylvain Deleu

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