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March 29: Finishing off

We’ve nearly made it to the end of another term – one of our busiest. This week we’ll be trying to finish off any outstanding work from the past few weeks – or if you’re supr-organised, starting something new. 50 more words


13/150: Susan Collett - Strength and Fragility

Susan Collett, one of Canada’s foremost ceramic artists, explores the tension of strength against fragility in her hand-built clay sculptures.  170 more words

Canadian Art

March 15: Tutoring

A chance to work on any ongoing projects you have – whether painting, clay or pastel.

For those doing clay work, you can have a go at glazing. 146 more words


Hygge and My Imperfect Bowls

One of the Oxford Dictionaries lists of 2016 words of the year is hygge.

Pronounced “hoo-guh ” it’s a Danish word derived from a sixteenth-century Norwegian term, … 208 more words

Another week at the wheel

More time with the clay this week. We’re still not at the stage of firing our pots but there was plenty of work to do to get them ready. 27 more words


7/150: Karine Giboulo - Waves of Refugees

It’s appropriate that Karine Giboulo’s first European showing is in Germany, ground zero of the international refugee crisis. The Montreal artist has created another of her exquisite miniature worlds to give us passionate social commentary – this time on migration. 252 more words

Canadian Art

(Some of) What I Made (Last) Year

Made in the pottery studio, that is.  I experimented with hand-built forms, screen printing and  textures, and made glazed ceramic beads for the first time. 34 more words