London Potters Local: March 4-5 2017 11am to 5pm (Teddington, London)
A recent initiative by London Potters to promote makers in a local area of London. Some excellent work from members of LP who work in the area.
Press Release for the event:
For the first time, 21 members of London Potters, the Society funded 30 years ago to promote the knowledge and appreciation of Studio Ceramics, will be showing at the Normansfield Theatre, during the weekend of March 4-5, 2017.
The work of these individual designer-makers reflects the variety of forms and functions that clay inspires and enables; from functional and everyday objects to collectors’ items, each piece bears the imprint of the maker; each piece is original and a pleasure to hold, to use or to treasure.
The Normansfield Theatre is a Grade 2* listed Victorian Theatre in Teddington which is used primarily by drama groups and concerts – a welcoming and apt historical setting for the ancient and enduring craft of working with clay.
This event has been made possible by the support of London Potters and the collaboration of Langdon Down Centre. The proceeds from table-hire and the coffee shop will go to the Down’s Syndrome Association
For further information visit: www.londonpotters.com
For information about the Down’s Syndrome Association and the venue, contact Lesley Alabaf <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Gioilla Zordan, 20.1.2016
Where: Normansfield Theatre, The Langdon Down Centre, 2a Langdon Park, Teddington TW11 9PS
When: March 4-5 2017 11am – 5pm
Free Admission • Refreshments • Children’s Activity Area • Free Parking • Wheelchair Access
Makers: Maria Bendixen; Lavinia Cellan-Jones; Eunice de Pascali; Carol Gilbert ; Janice Gravett; John Hoar; Beryl Hole; Sylvie Joly; Carmela Kantorowicz ; Pratima Kramer; Giuseppina Lavelli; Leslie Parrott; Chris Payne; Yoshie Prideaux; Eva Samuelsson; Jiffy Sandison; Clare Spindler; Ingrid Squirrell ; Joy Trpkovic; Claudia Wass; Gioilla Zordan