MAKE YOUR OWN CERAMIC HARE with Ros Ingram- Sunday 17th March 2024 12.00pm

Thursday 14th March 2024 - Sunday 17th March 2024

NEC, Birmingham

2 hour workshop – cost £35.00
[Max 16 people]
 
Join ceramic artist Ros Ingram and learn how to create your own characterful clay hare in this step-by-step workshop.
All materials and off-site firing included. Return P&P is an extra cost, payable on the day.
 
Advisory Note:
Suitable for all ages and beginners; no children under 16 years.
 
Meet the Tutor
Ros Ingram
Born in Stratford upon Avon, Ros Ingram trained in ceramics and print at Wolverhampton University. Ros runs ceramic workshops on a regular basis in Warwickshire. She has exhibited worldwide, currently showing at a number of galleries in the Cotswolds, Cornwall, and Germany. As well as undertaking commissions, Ros also works as a visiting artist in residence creating permanent ceramic installations and recycled art projects. One of her projects working with young children was on display at the National Gallery, London. Recently The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust commissioned Ros to create five unique ceramic murals of each iconic property for permanent display in her hometown.

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2 hour workshop – cost £35.00
[Max 16 people]
 
Join ceramic artist Ros Ingram and learn how to create your own characterful clay hare in this step-by-step workshop.
All materials and off-site firing included. Return P&P is an extra cost, payable on the day.
 
Advisory Note:
Suitable for all ages and beginners; no children under 16 years.
 
Meet the Tutor
Ros Ingram
Born in Stratford upon Avon, Ros Ingram trained in ceramics and print at Wolverhampton University. Ros runs ceramic workshops on a regular basis in Warwickshire. She has exhibited worldwide, currently showing at a number of galleries in the Cotswolds, Cornwall, and Germany. As well as undertaking commissions, Ros also works as a visiting artist in residence creating permanent ceramic installations and recycled art projects. One of her projects working with young children was on display at the National Gallery, London. Recently The Shakespeare Birthplace Trust commissioned Ros to create five unique ceramic murals of each iconic property for permanent display in her hometown.