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Jo Davies Master Class at Turning Earth
Day Workshop at Turning Earth Ceramics, Hoxton, London
Oct 12 10-5
Specialising in wheel-thrown and hand-built porcelain, Jo Davies' work is bought by collectors from all over the
world, who value her work for its quality and beauty. She trained in ceramics at Bath School of Art and then at the
Royal College of Art, honing her skill to make high craft ceramic objects. She has an unusual way of working,
incorporating constructed and closed-forms in her throwing, as well as a deep understanding of throwing with
porcelain; its charms and its pitfalls. This Master Class is for people who have some experience of wheel-throwing,
either with porcelain or other clays, and want to increase their understanding of the clay. This day long course will
offer wheel-throwing demonstrations by Jo that will take you from a few basics of working with porcelain to some
more advanced techniques with plenty of time for students to practice throughout the day with help for individuals in
this time. The day will be peppered with valuable tips and insights into a clay that can often be beautiful but appear
Booking Required. Please contact Turning Earth for further information and to book
£95 non-members or £75 members
Open Studios at The Chocolate Factory N16
28 & 29 November 2015
The Open Studio at the end of November is a beautiful, Winter event - hot wine, good cheer, characterful artists and designers. It's only twice a year that the Chocolate Factory is open to the public so take your opportunity to see the art, meet the makers and buy unique objects.
Jo Davies Ceramics is based at Studio G6 on the ground floor in the old building. This is the only time that Jo makes seconds and samples available to buy.
Made in Clerkenwell
Avoid the high street and opt for handmade! Pick up jewellery, fashion, interior products, ceramics,
accessories and traditional crafts by over 100 selected UK designers.
Across 3 sites:
at 33-35 St John's Square, at Clerkenwell Green, at Goldsmith's Centre.
Jo Davies Ceramics will be in the gallery at the St. John's Square site.