A two-day selling fair featuring handmade studio pottery from 21 local London Potters members. Taking place in the delightful Grade 2 listed Normansfield Theatre, the fair offers a range of functional and sculptural objects to suit all tastes and budgets.
The Langdon Down Centre
2a Langdon Park
Teddington TW11 9PS
Nearest stations Hampton Wick
Buses 281 and 285
Throwing Big with Gareth Mason
This event is aimed at LP members who have some throwing experience and who wish to develop the skills to create larger thrown vessels. It will include a talk from Gareth about his life, career and work, as well as a practical demonstration.
There will also be opportunities for members to practise their throwing technique, with Gareth’s guidance, to create pots at least two times what you might normally throw. Members will select one pot, which will be biscuit fired for collection at a later date. A stoneware or earthenware clay will be provided. Members should bring their own lunch, throwing tools and an apron.
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Come and join us for In Design @ Battersea, a showcase selling event featuring 10 different London Potters members each weekend and part of this year’s London Design Festival. You can also share your creativity with clay by taking part in our interactive cityscape!
Circus West Village
Battersea Power Station
London SW11 8AH
Nearest Underground: Sloane Square
We’ve updated our Where to Pot in London Guide listing pottery courses and classes at adult education colleges, co-operatives and with individual makers across the capital. Please click here to download a copy.
Saggar Firing Day with Nam Tran including studio visit, talk and demonstration 11am-3pm.
By popular demand we are holding a further workshop visit, talk, throwing and glaze demonstration with Chris Keenan at his studio in Camberwell, London SE5 11am-3pm.
Social Media Talk and Demonstration with Tom Kemp
Tom Kemp combines his expertise in calligraphy, sign writing and brush work with his ceramics to create carefully prepared and decorated pieces. Tom will talk about his experiences of using social media to help promote your own ceramic work. He will demonstrate some of the tools and techniques he has used to attract 150,000 Instagram followers, sales and opportunities with people from all over the world.
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