Back Lane West Skills Sessions Ceramics workshop at Brickworks

Brickworks, Jubilee Wharf, Penryn, TR10 8FG

Saturday 10 November 2018 – Sunday 11 November 2018
10.00 - 17.00 each day
Admission Fee: 120
Booking essential


Back Lane West Skills Sessions: Emulsion Screen Printing Workshop
Sunday 4th November 2018, 9.30 - 17.00
Booking essential

This Autumn, Back Lane West is partnering up with some of Cornwall’s most exciting artists and makers to bring you artist intensives, introducing you to some of the resources available in the county, helping to build on your current practice and find contemporary ways of using traditional skills.


Join Rosanna Martin from Brickworks for an intensive two-day skills development session exploring the possibilities of clay within your creative practice. The sessions will be structured to allow for experimentation with various ceramic processes that are tailored to meet the individual participants needs. Prior to the workshop you will chat to Rose about your aspirations for using clay within your work and the two days will allow you to put your ideas into practice.


Participants are welcome whether you have no experience working with ceramics or already have a specific area you’d like to focus on.


This workshop is specifically for artists with an ongoing practice.

Please note bookings made via eventbrite are subject to a £9.95 booking fee, if you would like to book direct please email with the subject line 'Ceramic Workshop Booking' - we'll then reserve you a place and request a bank transfer. 

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