Online Talk Series: Making a Living - Why Get Into Craft with Annie Warburton & Panel

Image shows two ceramic vessels by Bisila Noha. On the right of the image is a white vessel, and on the left is a brown vessel. Red flowers are balanced on top of each vessel. The image has a white background, and the vessels are standing on a white bench.

CEO of Cockpit Arts Annie Warburton is in conversation with Body Vessel Clay artist Bisila Noha and ceramicist, Channel 4’s The Great Pottery Throwdown judge, Rich Miller and textile artist Onome Otite, asking how and why they work in art and craft, and how they address the need to make – and the need to make a living.

This event has been programmed as part of a series to accompany the exhibition Body Vessel Clay: Black Women, Ceramics & Contemporary Art. For more public events, please click here.

A zoom link will be sent to attendees by email, a day before the event starts.

If you have any questions please email or call us on 0207 836 3715.

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