Talks and Demos November 2019

Saturday

   11am       Sharon Griffin    ‘The Human Form’        www.sharongriffinart.com

Sharon will be demonstrating how she builds a life sized clay head without the need to use an armature or “hollowing out” afterwards

    1pm          Jane Cox                                                          www.janecoxceramics.com

Jane Cox, CPA Fellow & Past Master of The Art Workers Guild  will talk about her work & early influences ( Caiger Smith, Peggy Angus, Eric Ravilious) and her move from London to the Isle of Wight.
She will also discuss her recent role as Master of the Art Workers Guild and her new role as Chair of their Outreach Committee.

    3pm         Tessa Wolfe Murray       ‘Taking Shape – My journey from Inspiration to Vessel’                                                                                                                                                         www.wolfemurrayceramics.co.uk

Tessa will show the width of her influences. Starting with her 7 year old’s obsession with football, to museum artefacts, natural surroundings and worldwide travel.

Sunday

12pm  Craig Underhill              ‘Surface’ www.craigunderhill.co.uk

Craig will demo slab building and some surface mark making techniques using engobes, and talk a little about his influences and journey so far.

2pm  Steve Woodhead              ‘Art for Everyday Living’      www.stevewoodheadceramics.co.uk

Steve describes his traditional and funky domestic ware as “art for
everyday living”. In this lively session, Steve will be demonstrating how
he brings life and individuality to every domestic pieces.

Film Screenings 2019

Saturday

12.15pm                                           Ceramic Review ‘Masterclass Tapes’

5 of the Ceramic review masterclass tapes

     2.15pm                       Unfired  

A film by Arijit Chatterjee, Patrick Shanahan and Asha Sumra

Unfired is a lyrical reflection on the spaces and resources of the Mangalore Tile industry. Terracotta production was initiated on the Malabar Coast, South India by German Missionaries in 1865 and triggered a widespread practice of building and living with clay. With the industry in a state of severe decline, this short film interweaves footage of functioning, abandoned and falling factories to reveal the rhythms and qualities of these environments. Select spaces are subtly re-appropriated to project imaginations for the future use of the spaces, products and clay.

4pm                               

Sunday

11am                          Ceramic Review ‘Masterclass Tapes’

5 of the Ceramic review masterclass tapes.

1.15pm                                           

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Exhibitors

This year we are extremely excited to announce that Andy and Di McInnes, former owners of the show, will be exhibiting! For those not already in the know, as well as running the Art in Clay shows, Andy and Di have been keen collectors of fabulous ceramics for many years. They will be bringing a selection of pieces to sell – more information on this soon!

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