Kate Malone

Kate Malone works in three areas; large scale public projects, one of a kind ceramics and playful smaller pieces.

With a studio and large kiln in London she also works from a smaller satellite studio in Provence. Kate is fascinated with clay and with nature. Read more

Lucille Lewin

Lucille Lewin’s work is the result of research into the origins of 18th Century European porcelain, and the alchemists who invented it.  The work references the Victorian Cabinet of Curiosities, and the early microscopic photographs of the natural world by Karl Blosfeldt.  Lewin takes great...Read more

Granby Workshop

Granby Workshop was founded by Assemble, working alongside residents from the Granby Four Streets in Liverpool to rebuild their neighbourhood following years surrounded by derelict houses.

The Workshop’s first range of products were designed for the houses being renovated and included...Read more

<em>Edit Event</em> In Conversation: Ceramic Artist Carolyn Genders at Contemporary Ceramics
8 May
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Join Contemporary Ceramics Centre as ceramic artist Carolyn Genders talks about individual works in her solo show, Sentience, an exhibition of over 40 works in clay.

The exhibition title refers to the action of feeling and Carolyn’s physical and intuitive response to her chosen...

<em>Edit Event</em> Sculptor and Ceramicist Lucille Lewin: In Conversation with rakesprogress Magazine
8 May
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Lucille Lewin is joined in her studio by Victoria Gaiger and Tom Loxley, editors of rakesprogress magazine, to discuss her life and work. Known for her organic sculptures, Lucille’s work is in demand all over the world, but much of her inspiration derives from her reverence for the natural...

<em>Edit Event</em> Meet the Maker: Hosted by Hatta Byng, Powered by HubDot
8 May
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Hatta Byng, Editor of House & Garden, hosts a panel discussion and Q&A with Petersham Nurseries' longstanding suppliers and craftsmen, with interactive demonstrations taking place after the talk.  A new Murano collection is also launched in the Covent Garden store.

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<em>Edit Event</em> The Science and Art of Pottery: Taiwanese Ceramics Master Jui-Fang Hsueh
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Ceramic making requires artistic vision and precise scientific calculations. Visit Taiwanese engineer-turned-ceramics-master Jui-Fang Hsueh's debut UK exhibition to learn how he experiments with chemical reactions to create his unique pieces. Hosted by Tao Lin Studio, learn about his unique...

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Matt Smith and Lucille Lewin, winners of the Young Masters Maylis Grand Ceramic Prize (2014 and 2017), in conversation with curator Stephen Feeke and Craft Council’s Natalie Melton. Moderated by Young Masters curator and judge Preston Fitzgerald.

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8 May
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Visit the Barbican Centre for a relaxed evening of crafts and refreshments in the Barbican Shop. See the final pieces of the Brutal Textures ceramics course displayed together and meet the maker, artist Matt Raw.

The Barbican Shop is discounting their curated collection of...

<em>Edit Event</em> The Art of the Plate
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Dudson stages an exhibition of the shortlisted plate designs from students at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design for the project The Art of the Plate.

As part of their course, students completed a ‘Manufacture and Materiality’ module. This provided an ideal...

<em>Edit Event</em> Take a Moment: A Selection of Korean Crafts at The Han Collection
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Visit the Han Collection, the foremost specialist in Korean arts and antiques, and take a moment to explore the calming ceramics and woodwork of a trio of Korean craftspeople. Korean craft has long been known for the beauty in its simplicity, stemming from Confucian ideals.

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11 May
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Taking inspiration from the Jonathan Baldock exhibition at Camden Arts Centre, this practical one-day course led by artist Fredrik Andersson gives a detailed introduction to sculptural ceramics, focusing on hand-building techniques and decorative finishes using slips and underglazes.

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9 May
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The Freud Museum invites artists Christie Brown and Barnaby Barford to explore the creative process behind the production of their work, chaired by psychoanalyst Lesley Caldwell. Both artists have formerly exhibited their work in the unique space of Freud’s former home, 20 Maresfield Gardens....

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Join Danielle Thom, Curator of Making at the Museum of London, for a tour of the museum’s ceramics and glass collection and find out more about London’s ceramic history.

The Museum of London holds a vast and eclectic collection of ceramic and glass wares. This tour is an opportunity to...

<em>Edit Event</em> Potteries and Potters: London Delftware Explored
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On Thursday 9 May, experts explore how English Delftware riverside potteries between the 17th and 18th centuries played a significant role in London’s early industrial history. On Saturday 12 May, come, make and decorate a large-scale clay sculpture.

London’s Delftware Potters: Who...

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Collective Matter invite you on a tour of their purpose-built studio in Bermondsey and new outdoor project space, The Potting Shed, at Contemporary Sculpture Fulmer. Explore the sites through ceramic demonstrations, performances, hands-on workshops and a new exhibition of residents’...

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A rare one-day workshop to make your own individually scribed and decorated porcelain globe with artist, ceramicist and cartographer Loraine Rutt. Alongside this, don’t miss the chance to explore Loraine’s studio, including new works in progress.

A rare one-day workshop to make your own...

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Join Owen Wall to discuss his processes for creating bespoke restaurant tableware. Owen demonstrates his techniques, accompanied by a display of his ceramics.

Owen Wall demonstrates the techniques he uses to create bespoke tableware for restaurants around the UK, including the Level 9...

<em>Edit Event</em> Professional Development Talk by Kate Malone
10 May
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Internationally renowned ceramic artist Kate Malone discusses her career, inspiration and practice in The Kiln Rooms ceramics studio, followed by a Q&A.

The Kiln Rooms are proud to host internationally renowned ceramic artist Kate Malone. From egg cups to architectural facades, Kate...

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Led by journalist and curator Corinne Julius, Vanguard Court ceramicists host a talk and discussion covering topics including their varied practices and the benefits of working independently but in close proximity. Followed by an opportunity to visit their studios.

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