In Conversation & Workshop event with award-winning ceramicist Tessa Eastman at Making Space

Image Credit: Tessa Eastman

Making Space, 2 Bishopstoke Road, Leigh Park, Havant, Hampshire, PO9 5BN

023 9247 2491
[email protected]
https://makingspace.org/in-conversation-event-with-tessa-eastman/

Saturday 22 September 2018
Talk: 11am-12noon / Workshop: 1pm-4.30pm
Opening Hours: 10.45am-4.45pm
Admission Fee: Talk: £10 / Workshop: £62 / Combined fee of £67 if booking both
Booking essential
To book a place please visit: https://makingspace.org/in-conversation-event-with-tessa-eastman/

We have invited award-winning ceramicist Tessa Eastman to come to Making Space to deliver a special Makers Event. Tessa will be doing an in-conversation event with Making Space’s Director Lynne Dick, followed by a hand on workshop event where Tessa will be sharing some of the unique skills she uses in her own work.Tessa’s sculptural forms have found serious collectors and she shows regularly with The Cynthia Corbett Gallery, London. Next month she will be having a solo show at Aspex Gallery in Portsmouth from the 19 September to the 18 November. Her work is inspired by iconic organic, often crystallised forms, resulting in detailed, hand-built ceramics showing a flair for originality and skill.

To book a place on the talk and/or the workshop please click here

To see more of Tessa’s amazing ceramic work please visit her website

 

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