‘Clay Works’ – Ceramics Exhibition Tues 24th Sept - Sat 5th Oct 2019

An exhibition of over 100 peices of ceramics, all produced by artists and makers who attend sessions at ClayWorks. SCA opened ClayWorks in May 2016 and we now have 40 plus makers and artists coming to work with clay every week. There are sculptors, throwers, hand builders, casters, slabbers and pinchers. Some plan methodically whilst others wait for the clay to tell them what to do. At the end of the day they all begin with the same material and finish with something totally different to anything else. Since opening they have fired in excess of 12,000 works and used more than 5 tonnes of clay. Come to ArtHouse and be amazed at how some of it has turned out and how varied the work is.

Scarisbrick Hall Arts Project - An exhibition by SCA Members

Southport Contemporary Arts and Scarisbrick Hall Trust are working together to explore the creative heritage of this magnificent building and its grounds. This exhibition is a first in a series of exhibitions showcasing the work our artists have produced in response to time spent there. A building not seen by many, please come and see what treasures it holds!

More News from Helen Birnbaum

Helen has sent us some more pictures... She says... My work called 'Quarantine Boxes' has now been moved to the Liverpool Medical Institute until the end of October. Here are a few more pictures..... https://helenbirnbaumceramics.com/

Helen Birnbaum makes viruses

This week, ClayWorks ceramicist, Helen Birnbaum, held a virus making workshop at John Moores University in LIverpool. During the workshop Helen demonstarted, and led, a group of students through her approach to making 3D models of viruses. Helen has also had her Quarantine Box exhibition at Liverpool John Moores MA show 2019 More of Helens' work can be seen on her website.... https://helenbirnbaumceramics.com/

'All my own work' - Betty Dawber retrospective Tue

An exhibition celebrating the artistic pursuits of a lovely lady we have recently lost from our SCA ‘family’. The exhibition showcases Betty’s varied explorations and experiments working with a diversity of media and certainly lives up to its title. Procedes from the sale of Betty’s work will be donated to the Alzheimers Society.

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Opening Times for ArtHouse

Tuesday - Friday: 10am-3pm

Saturday: 11am -4pm

Sunday & Monday: Closed