Masterclass with Phoebe Cummings

Image Credit: Phoebe Cummings - Antediluvian Swag (clay, wire, steel) approx. 180 x 100 x 40cm, New Art Centre, 2016 Photo - Sylvain Deleu

01736 363715
bettina.wenzel@newlynartgallery.co.uk
http://newlynartgallery.co.uk/activities/masterclass-with-phoebe-cummings/

Deadline Tuesday 20 November 2018

Phoebe Cummings will be delivering a one-off, two-hour masterclass, aimed at creative professionals. It will include mould-making, freehand shaping, and looking at the characteristics of unfired clay.

The masterclass is free to attend, but based on applications. To apply please email your expression of interest to bettina.wenzel@newlynartgallery.co.uk with a link to your work (website/blog) and a short paragraph on how you think your practice would benefit from attending this workshop.

Deadline for expressions of interest is 9am on Tuesday 20 November.

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