13th November - 24th November 2019
Exhibition open 11am - 6pm with Private View on Saturday 16 November 2-9pm
For 30,000 years humankind has used clay to tell stories, making vessels for belief and ritual, and to store life necessities such as food and water. This exhibition will be an immersive staging of contemporary ceramic objects where history connects to the present day.
With artists Ceri Elliston, Claire de Lune, Louise Frances Smith, Tim Martin, Sue Amos, Fran Fell and Elizabeth Degenszejn
Free car parking