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Location: Kelmscott Manor

Only 10 Spaces Available | £85

‘A ceramics workshop exploring the processes and techniques of working directly from nature, with our Maker in Residence Alison Proctor’.

Join us for this unique experience at Kelmscott Manor where you will spend the day exploring the ceramic making techniques that ceramicist Alison Proctor has used to document the flora in the garden and meadows of Kelmscott during her residency.

During this day workshop you will also have the opportunity to explore the Manor and the grounds that inspired William Morris, Father of the Arts and Craft Movement.  Taking this inspiration you’ll return to our Learning Barn where Alison will teach you how to cast your own pieces, create clay sprigs and if there is time try hand modelling some of the flora you find.

The day will run from 10.30am – 4.30pm

To reserve a place or for more information please email [email protected]

Please note tea/coffee and cake will be provided but you will need to bring your own lunch as our tearoom will not be open and lunch will not be provided.

To find out more about Alison and her work please visit her website here.

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