We are looking for an enthusiastic and dedicated individual to join our small team here at Eastnor Pottery and the flying Potter. The successful candidate will be assisting in educational and recreational workshops, not only at our base in Herefordshire but in schools and community settings all over the West Midlands and beyond. Click here for more details.
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The therapeutic benefits of working with clay are considerable and well documented. Each year we work in partnership with a wide variety of arts organisations and community groups, delivering accessible, fun and quality workshops. Venues have included art galleries, libraries and community spaces. Groups have also benefited from a visit to Eastnor Pottery to experience, first hand, […]
If I was to name a community arts practitioner who I greatly admire for her work with young people, it has to be artist drama practitioner Toni Cook. Time and time again I’ve witnessed Toni work her magic with groups, using a mix of performance, wit and humility to build massive levels of confidence in the […]
We are delighted to announce details of our fun, creative and Summer themed children’s workshop sessions scheduled for the approaching six week break. Jump In is the theme and youngsters will get to sample the delights of the potter’s wheel as well as learning other clay modeling techniques. The workshop sessions, designed for children as young as 4 […]
Six months in, Aimee and Immy report on their community arts apprenticeships: Aimee “6 months in….my goodness! Time is literally flying by! Still can’t believe it’s been 6 months since I started at Eastnor Pottery. It literally still feels like yesterday! I have to say 6 months in and I still feel lucky to have […]