We are happy to announce that we will run new People’s Pottery Class sessions on Thursday evening, which is now open for bookings. The class will be run by Lenka Kalafutova, ceramics artist and maker. Currently Lenka runs successful and
Please email us for any questions. Thank you. Tatiana
Ceramics Co-op team and artists working in the studio warmly invite you to Winter Open Studios and mulled wine social. On this day Ceramics Studio Co-op will be open with a yearly display of work and ceramics and publications sale.
#Turning #pottery #ceramicscoop @baskakova_anna A post shared by Ceramics Studio Co-op (@ceramicscoop) on Jul 13, 2016 at 11:01am PDT Ceramics coop has an instagram account where we sometimes share the news and studio-based practices that inspire us. The best of
Cultural Cooperatives Visiting Ceramics Studio Co-op from Cultural Coops on Vimeo. Work in the cultural sector is often precarious, exploitative and individualized – but what are the alternatives? Watch our visit to Ceramics Studio Coop and see how worker cooperatives
We are pleased to announce a collaboration with Cultural Co-operatives and Blake House Filmmakers Co-operative. Together we working on a video about the ceramics studio. To find out more and follow the development of cultural coops and our collaboration follow
A worker co-op ceramics studio in South East London is celebrating the successful firing up of its new kiln, part funded by its success in the Young Co-operators’ Prize last year. AltGen and Co-operatives UK named Ceramics Studio Co-op as
Listen to our co-founder Tatiana Baskakova speak about Ceramics Studio Co-op on BBC London Radio’s Inspirit Show with Jumoke Fashola.
We are happy to announce that the first firing of full load for bisque temperature in the new kiln was completed successfully within 3 days. The new kiln was installed and delivered to the co-op in late December 2015, and
Ceramics Studio Co-op is happy to announce That our project aimed to acquire a new kiln for the workshop and update firing facility is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. This plan includes the