For London Design Festival 2018, Tate Edit has invited six London-based makers to showcase their work for a special display and programme of events.
The ceramicists Ben Davies, Pip Hartle and Mizuyo Yamashita, the designer Tomoko Azumi, the jeweller SKD London, and the ceramicist and jeweller Sarah Perry, create beautiful work that is thought-provoking, functional and unique.
Tate Edit will showcase the work of each maker in a display for the duration of London Design Festival 2018. Places for the workshops are free and limited so we recommend booking a time slot. Please contact Tate Edit to book a place; email@example.com.
Talks and Workshops
Pip Hartle: Workshop
Saturday 15 September 11.00–13.00
Sessions will be every half hour. The last session will run at 12.30.
Pip invites participants to create their own paper mock-ups of ceramic objects, experimenting with the printing techniques used in her work.
Sarah Perry: Meet the maker
Saturday 15 September, 14.00–16.30
Sarah will present her findings from Mudlarking on the Thames and talk about her process of finding and collecting pieces.
Ben Davies: Demonstration
Sunday 16 September, 14.00–16.00
Ben will be showing the processes he uses to produce his mesmerising patterned ceramics.
Tomoko Azumi: Workshop and Meet the Maker
Saturday 22 September, 12.00–14.00
Tomoko will demonstrate how to make her 1:16 miniature chairs, tiny versions of classic designs. The model kits can be purchased from Tate Edit, other materials provided. Children under the age of 16 to be supervised.
SKD London: Demonstration and Workshop
Saturday 22 September, 15.00–17.00
Sessions will be every half hour. The last session will be at 16.30.
Sophie Drewett will lead a workshop using a casting process with objects found around the city. The public are invited to bring in small found items that could be cast. Materials provided.
Mizuyo Yamashita: Workshop
Sunday 23 September, 14.00–16.30
Sessions will be every half hour. The last session will be at 16.00.
Join Mizuyo to try a Japanese clay carving technique used in her Kiriko range of ceramics. Materials will be provided. Firing and glazing available at additional cost. Suitable for ages 18 and over.