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Our Kate offers a new Yoga Class, starting late October. NB: this doesn't take place in the Old Print Works, but in Kings Heath, see image for details. (cf. Facebook: INstar Holistic Health)  ...

Ian is a very prolific thrower and here is some of his earlier work, it's our own private celebration of national clay week :) ...

 A Jitka Nespor ScarfYou will have an opportunity to learn how to use common kitchen discards and locally collected plant materials to dye a silk scarf. There will be 2 sessions during the day (Saturday) starting at 11.30am and 1.30pm. Cost £12...

Demonstration by Jasmina Ajzenkol ARBSA Sculptures. Clay. Discover how Jasmina makes the wonderful textured ceramic artworks on display in her ground floor solo show. Free, drop-in session, no need to book Time 08 October 2016 11am - 1pm 2 - 4pm RBSA Gallery 4 Brook Street Birmingham B3 1SA Jasmina lives in Solihull, UK...

Sundragon will be closed until Monday 26th September for refurbishment. We do this to increase work space and you can monitor the progress on instagram. You can still book a place at Fiona's pottery for beginners course which will start in our nicely done up pottery :)...

We revised our studiosubscription offers and our opening times on our What's on page; please have a look.Also, our Fiona has an instagram account and will participate in the following exhibitions this autumn:-- Why Not Gallery Burton on Trent Saturday 8th October to...

This is a taught session starting Tuesday 27th September for 10 weeks (half term break 25th October).Times -10.30-12.30.Cost £90 + cost of completed items (30p per 100 g - this includes cost of clay, glaze and 2 firings). Students will learn hand building techniques...

Ian and myself (Fiona)shared a stall at the Moseley Street Fair last Saturday. Not only did we sell some of our pots but we had a lot of interesting chats with visitors to the fair. I hope we enthused some people with...

This new production from the Birmingham History Theatre Company will be performed on the 24th & 25th June. Featuring Music Hall turns and traditional songs, this production promises to be an entertaining evening. Tickets cost £6.00 (concessions £4.00) with a £1 reduction if you come...

To remind you that the midland's Potter's Association has an Exhibition at Selly Manor until 5th of June and there is a fortcoming one in Worcester (June 11 - 26):...

Gold mark art has started a series that tells you how to spot a good pot:Goldmark Guide | How to Spot a Good Pot: Form (Pt. 1) Nic CollinsGood pots begin and end with form. Strip away everything else – the decoration and the firing,...

The folk craft movement in Japan owes a great debt to Soetsu Yanagi (1889-1961), who coined the term “mingei” (“folk crafts”) in 1925. Yanagi pioneered the notion that Japan’s vernacular crafts had their own intrinsic artistic worth, and should be valued, collected...

Stuart is leaving the premises and relocates his studio to The Lombard Method. We like Stuart a lot and wish him well. Here he is with the Ortcafe dog Luca.  pic courtesy of the ortinstagramHere are some pics of Stuart's work, those are taken from...

do contact us using this emailaddress:  sundragoncommunitypottery@gmail.com for all your potteryneeds....

Nafisa Abiib is a studio neighbour and this is what she says about her work: In my creative practice I focus on my own family culture with a carving style influenced by tomb stones and ancient architectural buildings in East Africa. I create organic forms carved...