It’s been a few years since my last open days.⁠ ⁠ I shall be holding my open days this year on 7th /8th December ⁠from 10am till 6pm at the newer building along the mews (number 8 Culford Mews)from the old Balls Pond Studio (8b Culford Mews)… we still have an oven – so we can bake the legendary mince pies for visitors.⁠ Welcome, Welcome, Welcome.⁠ ⁠ For those makers interested in the technical aspects of ceramics, I’ll be happy to chat in my compact studio with the glaze archive – “access all areas – no secrets”. ⁠ ⁠ I will have a new edition of my UK produced bone china mugs, some giclee prints of my paintings, some posters and new very small pieces especially made for the weekend. ⁠ ⁠ ⁠ Parallel with my own Open Day’s in the upstairs part of the old Balls Pond Studio, five of my studio team: @miray_mehmet_fontanelli⁠ @annabarlowceramics @erikaalbrechtceramics @saewon_art & @schoemanceramics are going to show their own ceramics. ⁠ ⁠ Two very good reasons to plan a visit to Culford Mews #London, N1 4DX ⁠ ⁠ Photo: @dan_fontanelli⁠ ⁠ #KateMalone #OpenStudio #katemaloneceramics #welcome #mincepies ⁠ #londonopenstudios #ceramicstudioopendays⁠ #londonceramics #ceramicsinlondon #ceramics ⁠ #whatsonlondon #whattodoinlondon #whatsoninlondon⁠ ⁠ @thecreativecalendar @craftscouncil @ceramicreview @hackneymagazine

21st Nov 2019