Ceramic Wales 2017: September 1st – 3rd 2017
Ceramic Wales is a ceramic art show at the School of Creative Arts, Glyndwr University, providing a unique opportunity to come and buy direct from the makers, anything from mugs to sculptures, priced from £5 to £5000.
The North Wales School of Art and Design (Wrexham Glyndwr University) is passionate about ceramics and the importance of creativity; The Sept 2017 exhibition will feature 50 makers stands, demonstrations and lectures, trade stands and installations.
Take the opportunity of free admission, talking to the makers and getting involved in hands on projects. Highlights, not to be missed, include lectures and demonstrations by professional makers and curators.
The art school itself is conveniently located close to Wrexham town centre with ample car parking facilities as well as public transport within walking distance.
The School of creative Arts is a vibrant and creative community with strong international and professional connections.
The Regent Street campus was first built in 1838 as an infirmary which was converted into an art school in 1953 and has remained as such since then, housing the majority of our Art & Design courses.
Exhibitors: Amberley McNaught, Anna Mercedes Wear, Anne Haworth, Armin Skirde, Brigitte Colleaux, Christine Pike, Christy Keeney, Dan Boyle, Dan Chapple, David Lawson, Deniol Williams, Eric Moss, Georgina Wright, Guy Routledge, Isabel Merrick, James Hake, Jane Williams, Janet Halligan, Jenny Murray, Jo Keogh, John Ayling, John Scott, Jon Bull, Joy Sisley, Julie Fewster, Kyra Mihailovic, Laura Crosland, Lesley Nason, Linda Caswell, Louise Schrempft, Mark Smith, Meri Wells, Mike Goddard, Nick Marsh, Penny Withers, Rebecca Parrin, Richard Heeley, Rob Parr, Roger Cockram, Rory Shearer, Sarah Dalton, Sean Gordon, Simon Griffiths, Simon Shaw, Steve Keegan, Tim Lake, Wayne Clark, Wendy Lawrence, David Frith, Margaret Frith, Glyndwr University
Location: School of Creative Arts, 49 Regent Street, Wrexham, North Wales.
Date: September 1st, 2nd and 3rd 2017 (Free Admission)
Opening hours: Friday 1st September 10am to 5pm; Saturday 2nd September 10am to 5pm; Sunday 3rd September 10am to 4pm