Make a willow bowl with Joevanka Gregory- FREE to take part

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FREE EVENT! Make a willow bowl with Joevanka Gregory If you’ve been inspired by Lizzie Farey’s willow bowls, why not have a go yourself? Specialist willow artist Joevanka Gregory, based in West Yorkshire, will be leading a workshop at Accrington Library. Over two hours you’ll learn how to form willow into a bowl form and will be able to take your creation home with you. Where: First Floor @ Accrington … Read More →

Chris Keenan heads to Japan

Make it Slow artist Chris Keenan is heading to Japan for a trip of a lifetime! Recognising his skill and prominence in ceramics, he’s been offered a fantastic opportunity to develop new ideas using different materials to his usual porcelain. He’s on his way this week but before he went he told us: “The residency is for a period of six weeks at the Mashiko Museum of Ceramic Art – … Read More →

Follow the Pendle Print Trail

Follow the Pendle Print Trail

Follow the Pendle Print Trail… If you’ve not already visited Unfamiliar Ground at Higherford Mill, you’ve still got time to visit the exhibition and take part in the Pendle Print Trail. The exhibition is open Weds-Sun 10-4 and at the weekend you can also make your own printed book! Pick up a blank booklet from the Gallery at Pendle Heritage Centre then follow the riverside trail to Higherford Mill, collecting stamps … Read More →

Unfamiliar Ground & Pendle Print Fest

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Unfamiliar Ground is currently showing at Higherford Mill, in parallel with the Pendle Print Fest.  Printmaker Anita Burrows, who’s organised the Print Fest , also supported by Arts Council England, updates us on how the Festival is going: “Saturday 6th September brought visitors to Higherford Mill for the Symposium around safer methods for making prints. From my point of view it was wonderful to see the space at Higherford Mill, … Read More →

Make it Slow at Accrington Library

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After five venues from the East Coast of North Yorkshire, over the border to Lancashire, Make it Slow has arrived at its final destination in Accrington Library. The Library is one of Lancashire County Council’s network of libraries and is one of the famous Carnegie libraries, funded by Scottish-American philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. Opened in 1908, it’s a beautiful light filled space, which we’ve good use of for Make it Slow. … Read More →