Sneak Peek

Description

This is an open session, where I invite people of all ages and abilities to come to my creative space and experiment with different crafts and arts!

Just a short 10 minutes away from Wood Green tube (we also have parking for the evening session!) the studio is very spacious and has six large windows which looks over Alexander Palace. The space is very therapeutic allowing you to focus on your craft, whilst I navigate between all attendees helping them to get started.

I will make sure to guide you and give you ideas, but you can also choose what inspires you! There is a a large library and lots of images to help with ideas and inspiration to make your own masterpiece.

From painting to sculpting and ceramics, it is a very relaxed and friendly atmosphere. (BYOB if you fancy!) Any questions, hit me up through the EmptyChair website!

You are all very welcome and I look forward to meeting you soon!



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What you need

Equipment: BYOB, Coffee/Tea and try wear some easy fitting clothes!

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Next class

Tuesday 18 December at 19:00 to 21:00

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Anytime Booking

This is an Anytime experience, meaning the host can run the experience to fit your schedule!


You need to be a group of 3 - 8

Available on Thursday Friday

Between 10:00 and 20:00

N22, Haringey (address might differ to one shown in the map below)


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Did you know?

The word 'ceramics' is traced back to the Greek term keramos, meaning potter's clay or pottery. Keramos, in turn, is related to an older Sanskrit root meaning 'to burn'.


Find your way there


5 Clarendon Road, London, UK


The Host


Hi all, my name is Lucky! I have been teaching for over 18 years, guests of all ages (4-90+) in sculpture in clay, ceramics, the pottery wheel, painting and drawing.

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