Springfield Creative Arts' ceramics teaching studio & gallery will be open for 3 days for visitors to try making and buy ceramics.
25 Oct - 30 Oct 2021
Organised by:Fran Marquis franmarquis.com
Location:Springfield Creative Arts
DD11 1EL Map Directions
|Mon||10:00am - 4:30pm|
|Thu||10:00am - 4:30pm|
|Sat||10:00am - 4:30pm|
Open on Monday 25 October, Thursday 28 October & Saturday 30 October during Craft Week Scotland 2021.
This 3-day event during Craft Week Scotland 2021 will include a ceramic exhibition where individual pieces will be available to buy, from £5 to £200, by at least 3 different makers. It will give visitors the opportunity to see a wide variety of work and then try a potters wheel themselves or hand-building with clay.
There will also be examples of functional and sculptural ceramics created using different types of firing and clays. Some professional potters will be available to discuss the techniques used.
Springfield Creative Arts is an organisation that teaches ceramics and provides open studio events where visitors and students can buy ceramics and take classes to learn how to make work themselves.
It is a great chance to explore the opportunities of learning a new craft without any financial commitment and to learn about an ancient craft and its development into contemporary art.
This event is part of Craft Week Scotland 2021, a nationwide celebration of Scottish contemporary craft running from Monday 25 – Sunday 31 October 2021.
A new experience from Craft Scotland highlighting the vibrant Scottish craft sector and encouraging communities across Scotland to discover, shop and learn about contemporary craft.
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