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Clayground Summer Events

Clayground’s getting busy over the next few months with walks, talks and events. If you want to get stuck into raw clay, find ceramic sherds on the foreshore or learn more about why hand skills matter way beyond making a pot, then consult your diary now. Some events are free, others need to be booked.

30 June 1330          

Talk about Clay in Common: Exploring Hand Skills at the Wealden Literary Festival, Woodchurch, Kent.

4 July     1630

Talk at the Slung Low’s Wild Conference (now sold out) about the significance of hand skills today.  If you’re attending, please look out for Clayground in the programme.

6 July 1045

Thames Foreshore Walk, Westminster Beach.

20 July 1000

Thames Foreshore Walk, Bankside to Oxo Tower.

20 – 21 July 12-5  

Crater Formations, an epic lunar landscape made with the public as part of Midland Arts  Centre’s Moonfest, a celebration of moon inspired events in Birmingham.

1 September 0930

Thames Foreshore Walk, Wapping

7 September – 13 October

Watch for confirmation of dates for Duncan Hooson and Steph Buttle’s performance installation, 22 Hands, as part of the British Ceramics Biennial.