During exhibitions, Caroline Fisher Projects hosts a monthly Clay Conversation, exploring how ceramics are made, used and understood.
Clay Conversations will take place on the first Friday of the month during exhibitions, all are welcome, admission free.
A life in blue and white: the porcelain of Grahame Clarke
NEXT CLAY CONVERSATION ON FRIDAY 2 AUGUST, 11am
Join us at 93a Upper St Giles Street to hear about Grahame’s early development as a potter, his time in Denmark and at Royal Doulton where he developed his love of porcelain, and his work with Eduardo Paolozzi at the Royal College of Art.
We will be joined by Grahame’s daughter, Cairistine Grahame-Clarke who still lives at the pottery where her father made his blue and white porcelain.
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Clay Conversation in Venice
Wednesday 18 September 2019, 10am
Booking now open via Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/clay-conversation-venice-tickets-65914294429
A walking tour of ceramic locations in Venice led by Caroline Fisher.
Did you know that Venice was historically a thriving centre of ceramic production? That archaeologists have found kilns under the Campo Santa Margherita? And that there are still many contemporary ceramicists working in the city?
This ‘walk and talk’ will start at the Ateneo Veneto and explore the installation ‘Psalm’ by Edmund de Waal, moving on to visit two contemporary ceramicists who work in the city.