Who we are

We are a group of like-minded practitioners gathering to build a productive collaborative space for the creation of new work and to explore new ways to work with clay.

We are sometimes on the look out for new members, for short term sublets or long term memberships, and will post any availability on our website and instagram. Our members all have varied backgrounds and many are self-taught ceramicists. We welcome collaboration and skill sharing. Our equipment is jointly owned (and maintained) by all studio members. On joining the studio, we ask for an deposit of £400, refundable on leaving the studio, and monthly fees of £170 a month, plus bills split according to usage. We have no maximum usage quotas, but ask that potential members are willing to work together to use the space collaboratively at any busy periods. Most of us work in clay as a part of a wider practice and as such the space is not suitable for production potters. If you'd like to send us a message about yourself as a potential member, please contact us using the membership form below.

We are also interested in opportunities to collaborate and work with interesting people and projects, so if you have a proposal that you think would suit us, do get in touch. On occasions, we are also able to offer our studio for external use, such as exhibitions, workshops, talks, pop-up shops, screenings, demos and other events. Please send us an email and we can discuss the details with you, and check availability between our members.

We do offer a kiln hire service outside of busy periods, so please send us an email if you are interested in hiring a kiln - our rates are £60 per firing.

 

Membership

We are sometimes on the look out for new members. Please also follow our instagram to check if and when we are looking for new members. We regret we cannot respond to every application that we receive.

If you'd like to send us a message about yourself as a potential member, please contact us using the membership form below.

 

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