Come and make a decorated dish using a rich array of indian stamps and vintage textiles, with Whitstable potter Imogen Taylor Noble.
There will be lots of fun themes to choose from.
Will you make a fish dish? A bird dish? A Star or Heart dish? Plus many other shapes to choose from.
These workshops will take place alongside an exhibition of pottery made by elderly residents of Bradbury Grange care home in Whitstable as part of the Community Clay project funded by Arts Council England.
Included in the display of work will be Roman pottery from the museum collection which has been found off the coast of Whitstable by local fishermen.
The workshops are free to participants, however if you would like your dishes fired and glazed there will be a small additional cost. This cost will be waived for the over 65’s and the under 5’s.
Friday May 17th 11am – 12noon
Friday May 17th 1pm – 2pm
Whitstable Museum & Gallery
5b Oxford Street, Whitstable
Wheelchair Access [yes]
Level access [no]
Hearing loop [no]
Autism friendly sessions [no]
Accessible toilet [no] There is an accessible toilet very close by in a community facility
Disabled parking [no] Blue badge on street parking
Changing spaces toilet [no] As above
Guide dogs welcomed [yes]
Bookable: by email to firstname.lastname@example.org