‘One of Britain’s best Christmas markets’ The Guardian
The Hepworth Wakefield Christmas Market has quickly established itself as one of Yorkshire’s top Christmas shopping destinations and will this year take place over two weekends.
23 – 25 Nov + 30 Nov – 2 Dec 2018, 10am – 5pm
Entry: £1 / Free for Members & Under 16s
Sunken studio is going to be there on Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 November. We’ll be selling our
Throwing Experience Voucher Packs, Pottery Vouchers for One and our handmade ceramic jewellery and homewares.
Continue reading The Hepworth Wakefield Christmas Market
The Hepworth Wakefield’s Summer Fair returns on the 18 & 19 August with something for all the family. We’ll be there too!
Continue reading The Hepworth Wakefield Summer Fair
5 May – 6 May 2018, 10am – 4pm
£1 / Members Free / Under 16s Free. Pay on the door, no booking required.
We are excited to announce that we’ll be taking our
colourful graphic petri dishes and oversized statement necklaces to The Hepworth Wakefield Contemporary Ceramics Fair.
Continue reading The Hepworth Wakefield Contemporary Ceramics Fair
Our product ranges include statement accessories and homewares. We like to keep things elementary – simple processes, geometric forms, functional surfaces, intense colours, wearable, useable.
Continue reading Colour Splash with Statement Ceramic Necklaces
5 March – 19 May 2018 Our ceramic necklaces are on display, and for sale, in the Made showcase at Yorkshire Sculpture Park Shop.
MADE is YSP Shop’s changing programme of contemporary craft and applied arts which showcases the work of established and up-and-coming artists, designers and makers.
Continue reading Made at Yorkshire Sculpture Park Shop
Craft beer meets and greets craft and the welcome is a reassuring and affirming embrace.
Continue reading Here, there, everywhere
Colour, colour. Like most of our workshops the Ceramics Taster: Fettle at Colours May Vary was developed rather serendipitously . With all external workshops I work with the venue to develop a proposal that reflects shared values. It was clear from the beginning that our ceramics workshops at Colours May Vary would involve graphical decorative techniques and colour.
Continue reading Colour and Colours May Vary