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Ceramic Socials with Amanda Cotton (located at Trinity Buoy Wharf)

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Trinity Art Studios

8 Trinity Buoy Wharf

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E14 0FG

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The perfect session to spend time expressing your creativity and socializing with like-minded people. Come as a group or an individual, everyone is welcome. To begin the session, Amanda will share her ceramic knowledge and skills, including a variety of examples. Amanda will inspire you to put these skills into practice as you explore and experiment with clay through group interaction, before creating an object of your choice. If you have always wanted to create a pot, cup, sculpture or are curious to experience what clay feels like, this is the session for you. Your piece will be bisque fired and ready for collection after two weeks. Amanda will tailor the session to your needs. Ceramic techniques will vary each week with a mixture of hand-building, mould-making, throwing on the wheel, casting and surface decoration. Feel free to bring your own drinks / snacks, this is a social after all.

  • Includes: Two hours of ceramic fun with up to five other like-minded people and sculptor Amanda Cotton. Plus, one bisque fired piece and all equipment needed for the session

  • Ideal for: Anyone over 18 years of age

  • Includes a FREE Glaze Workshop! You can glaze (colour) your piece by returning to the studio for a second time!

  • Class size: Up to six people


£25 per person + FREE GLAZE WORKSHOP


For May and June:

  • 25th May 2019 (Saturday) - 12:30 pm - 2:30pm

  • 29th June 2019 (Saturday) - 12:30 pm - 2:30pm

Location: Trinity Art Studios (Sculpture Studio) - 8 Trinity Buoy Wharf, E14 0FG


About Amanda Cotton - sculpture teacher


British artist Amanda Cotton lives and creates contemporary sculpture in London. This Masters of Art & Design graduate is a specialist in 3D materials practice via mold-making, ceramics and composites. Amanda learnt how to manipulate materials during her time at The University of Brighton and picked up skills during her time in France.

Known internationally for her ‘Body of Work’, Amanda’s sculpture has been a global topic of conversation. Using a durational analysis of her lifestyle and own bodies’ materials, Amanda’s versatile approach crafts the human body into contemporary sculpture. Her aim is to question personal significance & identity enabling the audience to make direct comparisons and connections between themselves and her practice.


Find out more about Amanda Cotton: http://www.amandacotton.co.uk/

Find out more about Trinity Art Studios: http://trinityartstudios.com/


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8 Trinity Buoy Wharf

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E14 0FG

United Kingdom

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