Ceramics in the City

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Hanging Stag Beetle Ornaments by Anna Collette Hunt
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Asian bowls with chopsticks by Maria de Haan
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Three small salad bowls by RAMP
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Helix porcelain sculpture by Keith Varney
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Four cylinders by Emily Myers
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Bottles with iron red glazes by Suleyman Saba
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Dandelion design jugs by Ken Eardley
Geffrye Museum, Hoxton Thursday September 24 2015 - Saturday September 26 2015 Free

The annual exhibition of contemporary ceramics returns to the Geffrye, with some 50 potters (Karen Bunting, Arwyn Jones, Sophie MacCarthy and Mizuyo Yamashita are just a few of those taking part) showing their work to sell at prices starting from a very reasonable £10. The pieces range from the purely decorative to lamps and tableware. Demonstrations and talks will run over the weekend with a launch evening open to all taking place on Thursday September 24 (6-8.30pm).

On Saturday September 26 (2-4pm) a workshop for creative kids allows putative potters to paint ceramics with designs inspired by the Geffrye's collections. And on Sunday September 27 (2-4pm) there's a chance for children to create ceramic headwear.

 

Venue name: Geffrye Museum
Contact:
Address: 136 Kingsland Rd
London
E2 8EA
Opening hours: Tue- Sun 10am-5pm; Bank Holiday Mondays 10am-5pm
Transport: Overground: Hoxton
Price: Free