Ceramics in the City

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Hanging Stag Beetle Ornaments by Anna Collette Hunt
Asian bowls with chopsticks by Maria de Haan
Three small salad bowls by RAMP
Helix porcelain sculpture by Keith Varney
Four cylinders by Emily Myers
Bottles with iron red glazes by Suleyman Saba
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
Address: 136 Kingsland Rd
E2 8EA
Opening hours: Tue- Sun 10am-5pm; Bank Holiday Mondays 10am-5pm
Transport: Overground: Hoxton
Price: Free