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Gaja: rebuilding our relationship with the Earth / Clay workshops & Raku Firing


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Our relationship with nature can be very diverse. It differs depending on the climate we live in or the society we are part of. Going back to our roots and re-interpreting our connection with nature gives us as a continuous source of inspiration to educate and integrate people, and to share awareness of the,changes that nature is experiencing due to human actions. Our actions.

Sustainable Anthropocene is a collaborative afford of Laura (BA Graphic Design, Camberwell) and Ewelina (BA Ceramic Design, CSM) to engage contemporary communities in co-designing a knowledgeable and sustainable neighbourhood/future.

Each day will be filled with an opportunity to work with clay and see your pieces fired in our community kiln. Full schedule of events below:

Friday 22 March

11.00 12.30pm

Clay Workshop – Collect & Make - Forms Inspired by The Skip Garden

1.00pm Raku Firing (anticipated 2.30 -3.00 kiln unpacking)

Saturday 23 March

11.00 – 12.30pm & 2.00 - 3.30pm

Drop in Clay Workshop – Find & Make - Forms Inspired by The Skip Garden


6.30pm Raku Firing (Anticipated kiln unpacking 6.30pm & 8pm)

Bar and Wood fired Pizza from 6pm

Tickets are now available for the Raku firing and pizza night here.