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In case you missed the recent Transtopia Exhibition, here are some images of Hélène's pots, our deafblind potter. Her pots were in the exhibition and these are images from when the exhibition was prepared:    this is how they look like when she makes them in a...

There is still time to go to the Transtopia Exhibition in the Old Print Works: Friday 2nd October until 11th October From 6pm-10pm FREE ADMISSION    This table shows Ian's (middle row), Fiona's (the two boxes left and right in the lowest row), Becky's (centre, lowest row & blue bowl...

TranstopiaContemporary Arts Exhibition, featuring over thirty Midlands-based artists.Managed and curated by Direct Arts Action, an inclusive artist collective, seeking to build networks and host events and exhibitions throughout the West Midlands. Direct Arts Action draw from all artistic disciplines and at all levels, with the aim...

 delicacy is important    communication is important      perception is important (the cat is now called bunnie)   complexity is important    order is important. our glazesarea tidied up    rest is important  ...

All our potters are special, and some are famous; one of them is a deafblind potter called Helene, she was in the newspaper recently. Here she is, making another one of her bowls with those lovely intricate patterns:     (pictures taken with permission)  ...