The Great Hall / Online
About this event
You can join us in socially-distanced seating in the Great Hall for this event, or watch along online (look for the appropriate option at checkout). Registration will close and online talk ticket holders will receive a link to join the talk 24 hours before the event start time.
There is something electric about Dylan Bowen’s ceramic work. Seeing him demonstrate his slipware decoration live is an unforgettable experience.
This evening is your chance to see Dylan demonstrating his decorating process, and to witness his energy and spontaneity firsthand.
Dylan’s style of loosely thrown monochromatic work as a slipware potter is well-established. He trained at the Shebbear Pottery in north Devon and Camberwell School of Art in London and now Dylan and his partner Jane Bowen, who is also a potter, now work from their studio in Oxford.
Join us in person or online – but be warned, you might need a waterproof if you’re sitting in the front row!
Dylan is also running a course at Dartington in November which you can find out about here >
Online tickets: Via Gift Economy
We are delighted to let you know that the online version of this talk is part of the Gift Economy – meaning you can join without charge. However, if you are able, please consider giving back to us to help support our craft courses and future projects; suggested donation £5/£10.
Any contribution will support our course programme and help us continue to deliver a vibrant, year-round programme of film, courses, performances and exhibitions. Thank you.
We are proud to be COVID-secure. Find out what we're doing to ensure you have a safe and enjoyable experience here >
Select a time below to begin your online booking. You will receive an e-ticket for this event. Please note that individual orders will be restricted to six tickets per booking (on the assumption this rule will apply post-lockdown). No tickets will be available on the door as the box office remains closed due to Covid-19. You are welcome to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any queries you have.