BCB Clay Pit

The Clay Pit was an interactive, large-scale clay playground, installed as part of the British Ceramics Biennial. The Clay Pit was a place to play; a place for people to explore clay in it’s various states: liquid, wet, leather, hard, dry and fired. Using a person centred learning approach called Reggio Amelia, participants were invited … Continue reading

megan randall

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.