MAKERS MAKING CLAY EXTRAORDINARY
More than 60 of the UK’s leading potters &
ceramics makers will be
exhibiting and selling their ceramics at
the Oxford Ceramics Fair 2017
which is presented by the Craft Potters
Association of Great Britain (CPA).
Now in its 18th year, the event is again to
be held at St Edward’s School,
Woodstock Road, Oxford OX2 7NN
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on Saturday and Sunday
the 28th & 29th October
between 10am - 5.30pm (Saturday)
10am – 4.30pm (Sunday)
Tickets cost £6 (under 16 free) and can be purchased at the door.
Jin Eui Kim
Gilles le Corre
Top Pot Supplies
The Oxford Anagama Project
CPA Associate Stand
Ruth King • Demonstration
“Whole In One”
Ruth will show her making techniques including folding a bowl from a single slab of clay.
Ashraf Hanna • Demonstration
“Line, Form & Space”
Ashraf will talk about the aesthetics of his work and demonstrate his hand-building techniques.
Mark Griffiths • Demonstration
Mark will show how he changes his thrown pots by various techniques including squaring & faceting.
Ben Brierley • Demonstration
“Building with thrown slabs”
Ben will construct a composite bottle using thrown elements.
Sabine Nemet • Demonstration
“My Life as a Potter”
Sabine will talk briefly about her life, and demonstrate how she makes oval dishes, butter dishes and other pieces for wood/soda stoneware firing.
Another of our popular talks will be
held at and given in partnership with
Oxford’s Ashmolean Museum.
Collecting Ceramics and the
Changing Nature of the Market
In partnership with Oxford’s Ashmolean Museum
and as an overture to the Fair, Philip Smith,
Director and Head of Design at Mallams,
will discuss Collecting Ceramics and
the changing nature of the market.
This event will take place at the Ashmolean on
Wednesday afternoon, 25th October at 2pm.
For more information, or to be
included on our mailing list, please contact:
Jude Jelfs (event organiser)
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