Some images from my first 2 sessions assisting artist Jasleen Kaur with her ‘World In One City’ workshops with the Jubilee Group. Working with a group of adults on a project based on cultural identity and feasting.
As part of the ‘Come on Blurton’ project with B-Arts, I helped assist the group of artists with their rolled clay workshops. These were held at Blurton community hub and Blurton Mill Pond for adults and children in the local area. These were fantastic days of fun with some great results!
In January this year, I was asked to assist in an origami workshop at The Willows primary school in Penkhull for their ‘treat day’. I had so much fun! Here are some of the results!
Local photographer Tony Jones recently purchased some of my porcelain paper cranes. He kindly sent me these lovely images of my pieces hanging in his home.
In October last year I assisted ceramic artist Megan Randall with her involvement in the British Ceramics Biennial. Her graffiti inspired work consisted of stencilled and spray painted images of plates, painted with ceramic slip around Stoke-on-Trent. This was to advertise the British Ceramics Biennial using temporary and environmentally friendly processes.
I recently took part in a community project with artists Emily Andrews and Siobhan Mcaleer. “I See Magical Creatures is a visual tale. Join us as we invite you, dear world, to spot the magical creatures that dwell amongst us. Found in the most likely and unlikely places, these magical creatures are spreading glittery magic … Continue reading
Some images of my work exhibited at the ‘Look West‘ exhibition at the Oriel Davies Gallery in Newtown, Wales. ‘Shinkasuru’, porcelain. Alice Thatcher 2013 ©
Some images of my work exhibited at the ArtSound Collective Showcase. Fat Cat Cafe Bar Basement on the 3rd of December 2012. Images by Vicki Cartlidge. ‘Shinkasuru’, porcelain, mixed media. Alice Thatcher 2012 ©
On the last 4 Mondays I have been lucky enough to help teach a lantern making workshop at the Fairfield centre in Buxton with B-Arts and High Peak Arts. Here are some images of the group’s lantern creations!