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Lianne Mellor's 'Crocolage'
‘Crocolage’ Workshops; Learn to glaze, paint and fire crockery with Lianne Mellor
Under the guidance of Lianne Mellor, Sheffield’s own crockery designer whose range ‘Mellor Ware’, featuring her unique illustrations, have gained increasing popularity.
Mellor Ware is stocked at Liberty London and the
Yorkshire Sculpture Park.
Collage, paint, and learn how to fire your own ‘Pop’ mug, Side Plate and Cereal Bowl!
Both workshops include an exclusive visit to Lianne’s studio
inside Bloc Projects. A vast selection of materials from crockery
transfers to glazes and pens. The ‘Crocolage’ workshops are set to be a
great introduction to methods and creative thinking in crockery design
and firing, exploring methods and experimental ideas.
Booking essential - £15 per person, including a special summer lunch by Site Canteen.
Once Lianne has fired your bowl, mug and plate you can of course take them home!
DIY Summer at Site
23 August - 7 September
DIY Summer at Site is a special summer series of workshops, talks and events, celebrating diversity in creative making and thinking. Hosted by a string of bright creatives including DIY Couture, Sheffield Publicity Department, Screenadelica, Crow & Dunnage and Rotherham ‘Zine Library (to launch Sheffield’s first ‘Zine Fayre).
We provide the tools so you can DIY! Spend your summer gathering new ideas and pinning down creative skills. You can screenprint a t-shirt, make a ‘zine, collage our walls, learn to fire crockery, even make a couture cape.
To book tickets for any of our events and workshops, please visit the DIY Summer at Site website, www.sitegallery.org/diy
(All tickets are limited and we recommend booking in advance!)
During DIY Summer at Site we will be keeping track and building a DIY media archive online! Please send any photographs, films or writing for DIY Summer to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Site Gallery is Sheffield’s international centre for contemporary art. The gallery offers free admission to a programme of changing contemporary art exhibitions, alongside regular events such as artists’ talks, film screenings, conferences and education projects.
The gallery also publishes books and catalogues to accompany the exhibitions, and the shop at Site offers a range of sought after books, magazines, cards and gifts. Vist our in-house Site Canteen to enjoy locally sourced produce and homemade sandwiches, salads and special dishes, or a pick-me-up cup of tea or coffee with cake.
Site uniquely offers a free online computer resource area where you can find out more about the exhibitions and browse the website’s archive of talks, performances and video commissions on the 'Site Gallery Screen' online media player.
The gallery is close to Sheffield’s train and bus stations, all ground floor spaces are fully wheelchair accessible and the gallery is open Tuesday – Saturday, 11am – 5.30pm.
Vist the Site Gallery website for more information.