Ceramic Embodiments Workshop with Artist Terence Wilde, London

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Price: £8 for the two workshops

Description

ceramic embodiment in black and white with found items attached and stitched on
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As part of his art practice, Terence Wilde makes black and white ceramic maquettes to represent expressions of his emotion and feelings in a tangible and visible way. He takes ideas, experiences and materials from different places and brings them together, with clay as the central and unifying element. His two-part workshop at Hart Club, London will look at this way of creating embodiments, citing his examples as reference to inspire people to create their own works in a safe and experimental space. Attendees will be encouraged to explore aspects of how they feel through the medium of clay, creating an embodiment in the first workshop, which they will be able to illustrate on and decorate at the follow up workshop two-weeks later. Terence says, “working in this way is a return to the spontaneity of a child… playing creatively in the unguarded moment.”

This workshop coincides with the exhibition Monochromatic Minds: Lines of Revelation put on by the Jennifer Lauren Gallery at Candid Arts Trust in London, where Terence Wilde is one of 61 exhibiting artists.

Workshop dates: Wednesday 4 March and Wednesday 18 March from 6:30-8pm at Hart Club, 95 Westminster Bridge Road, SE1 7HR. All materials and tools included, but there is a fee of £8 to cover the firing of the embodiments. Please book via eventbrite to secure your place.

 

Access:
wheelchair access

Location

Hart Club, 95 Westminster Bridge Road, London, SE1 7HR

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