Beginners’ Course: Introduction to Clay May, June & July 2019 · Saturday afternoons 12-3pm (x4 workshops) · 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd June 2019 · 6th, 13th, 20th, 27th July 2019 · £150 per person - all materials and firing included. · Tutor: Kayley Holderness These workshops are designed to … Continue reading Beginners’ Course: Intro to Clay 2019 – Spaces Available!
(Photo from the day that Fran brought in crostata all the way from her mum's kitchen in Italy!) Every now and then, I stop, look around the studio and take in all that surrounds me. I see shelves laden with all the work of my students, the kiln (a champion workhorse!), the pottery wheels, the … Continue reading Our pottery community 🙂
Private Throwing Tuition Learn the basics of throwing with Kayley Holderness in her studio at Islington Arts Factory. Want to go solo? 1:1 tuition is £35 per hour. Bringing a friend? 2:1 tuition is £55 per hour. Sessions must be a minimum of two hours. Contact Kayley directly at email@example.com to find a date that … Continue reading Throwing Tuition
Weekday Intermediate Workshops Monday evening 6.30pm-9pm, Tuesday evening 6.30pm-9pm, Thursday afternoon 1pm-3.30pm £25 per person with a fee of £2.50 per kg clay used to cover material fees and firing. Work will be weighed at the end of the session. Materials must be paid for with cash on the day. (1kg would make roughly three … Continue reading Weekday Intermediate Workshops
I had a great time on Tuesday last week, as I had the pleasure of spending the day with 5 adorable 9 year old girls and one of their mums, Ann. After helping Ann's daughter, Helen, to glaze a brilliant three-headed cat that she made during a workshop at the Victoria and Albert Museum a few months … Continue reading Super Clay Workshop in Fulham!
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Last night, a friend and I went to a Private View of two exhibitions at The Serpentine Galleries. Firstly, we saw the work of Leon Golub in his show entitled Bite Your Tongue. His graphic images were spread across the walls on textured canvases, hanging not stretched. Most of the oversized images were harrowing, expertly crafted … Continue reading Colour, Texture and Engagement at The Serpentine Galleries