Following on from previous festivals, our Makers talks evening again hosts locally and nationally recognised makers & crafts people.
Friday 28th 19.30 – 21.15 at Studio Hardie 1, Lewes, BN7 2PE (map)
FREE (donations welcome)
Jim Keeling of Whichford Pottery and the Oxford Anagama Project, who set up the well known Whichford Pottery over thirty years ago, will be talking about making and building a version of the ancient Japanese Anagama kiln, in the heart of Oxfordshire’s Whytham Woods.
Barbara Keal Lewes based felt-maker, will talk about her felt-making approach and striking resulting work.
Ceramicist Elaine Bolt, part of the MakingLewes group visiting the Bornholm international Ceramics European Ceramics Context Biennale will report back about the experience of visiting the Danish ‘potters’ island, famous for its ceramics culture.
Makers Talks is part of the Make Lewes Festival 2018
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