Ceramics Open Studio Weekend November 2022
11 - 13 November 2022
PW Ceramic Studio is delighted to present its second annual Open Studio weekend.
After the great success of our inaugural open studio event in 2021, we will once again be opening our doors to give you the rare opportunity to explore our studio and discover a specially curated selection of our makers' work. Our unique creative space, hidden away in a historic sweet factory in Wood Green, is home to over 25 talented ceramic artists and makers. From beautifully thrown pottery by Ian Thompson to delicately crafted porcelain artworks by artist Sara Dodd, there promised to be something for every ceramic enthusiast.
This year there will be even more variety on display, from emerging talent to established artists, as well as some of our new member’s work.
We look forward to welcoming you to our creative community and sharing our explorations in clay.
Artists taking part include Claire Allaway Shields, Georgia Allen, Belgin Bozsahin, Bina, Kaytea Budd-Brophy, Sam Bunn, Sara Dodd, Nina Gerada, Heather Gibson, Sam Goodison, Emma Grant, Flora Grant, Caz Hildebrand, Sassirika Lam, Fiona McElroy, Tony Okura Martins, Ömer Öner, Kate Quinlan, Marie-France Scott, Ian Thompson, Rosie Victor, Petr Weigl, Jenny Williamson and Gemma Wilson.
Get your free ticket here
Friday 11th November 12 – 5pm
Saturday 12th November 10 – 6pm
Sunday 13th November 10 – 6pm
How to find us:
Petr Weigl Ceramic Studio
Unit D, Cypress House
2 Coburg Road
These train stations are a short walking distance
On weekends there is a limited amount of free parking spaces in the car park outside the building. Additionally, you can park for free for 2 hours in the nearby Morrisons car park or for a small charge in the Wood Green Shopping Mall carpark, entrance on Caxton Road.
A lift is available in the center of the building that takes you up to our floor, from there you will need to take one short flight of stairs to reach the studio.