• We've started running week-long intensive pottery classes for those of you wanting to really get stuck in.We have a few spaces on the one starting this coming Monday. Come and spend 5 days making pots with us.Heaven.
  • Beautiful bowl by who'll take part in our studio sale this Saturday, 12-6pm. We will be doing a targeted collection of warm blankets and sleeping bags for the refugee crisis so if you have any of these items, please bring them along. Thanks  vases
  • A touch of Spring in a hand pinched pot by Turning Earth member   makerspace
  • We love this little waving hand on a cup made by our member   makerspace
  • Beautiful work by who will be at our studio sale 1819 June   makerspace
  • Small pink pouring jug by who'll be at our studio sale 1819 June   makerspace
  • Time to introduce the team who all work really hard to keep our studio running smoothly on a daily basis, starting with  Ned began his career in ceramics by taking an evening class at the Highgate Garden Suburb Institute. He specialises in thrown functional ware, and the surface decoration techniques of scraffito and illustration on clay. He sells his work through Turning Earths quarterly studio sales.   makerspace
  • Continuing the introduction of our invaluable team. This is our teacher and mentor, Sarah Hall. She has a BA in Ceramics from Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts, London. She previously ran a business making kitchen and bathroom tiles and is trained in firing Anagama wood kilns. Currently she is working on hand-built, geometric forms and experimental slip-casting using coloured clay. Sarah has been working at Turning Earth since August 2014.  makerspace
  • We are introducing the team who all work really hard to keep our studio running smoothly on a daily basis. They are our unsung heroes  Next up is our studio assistant and teacher Dom studied at Central Saint Martins for three years, graduating with a BA in Ceramic Design in 2015. He has been taught by a variety of different professional ceramists and potters, but also values the knowledge he has gained by extensively studying online tutorials on YouTube. Dominic specialises in throwing and slip decoration and started working as a Studio Technician at Turning Earth in July 2015. He regularly sells his work at Turning Earth studio sales.  makerspace
  • Ned and Sym looked so adorable yesterday wedging side by side that we had to take a shot of them   makerspace
  • Summer colours by    makerspace
  • Continuing the introduction of our team: the unsung heroes of Turning Earth . This is our mentor Born in Canada, Tarragon now lives and works in London, UK. He holds a MA in Fine Art from Central Saint Martins, London and a BFA with a Minor in Art History from the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, Canada.Tarragon has an established practice as a painter. As a ceramicist he creates large wheel-thrown pieces, using bold surface decoration achieved through multiple firings. He can be contacted via email at Tarragon  makerspace
  • Murder mystery in the studio today.... Whoops!   makerspace
  • Curvy ragged edge vessel in the making by   makerspace
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  • Continuing the introduction of our team who work really hard behind the scenes to keep the studio running. This is our mentor Harriet Cooper Harriet specialises in thrown and hand built functional forms. Her work has a graphic aesthetic and focuses on contrasts, whether it be in colour, texture or technique. Pattern often plays a part in her designs and she uses minimal glaze to show off the natural beauty of the clay. She studied Ceramic Design at Central Saint Martins, finishing her BA in 2010, since then she has been producing ceramic collections under the name Lazy Glaze, selling at London markets and stocking in a number of stores in the UK.Harriet joined Turning Earth in Feb 2014 and became a member of the team in 2016. See Harriets work in our online gallery or on Instagram You can also contact her by email at harriet.  makerspace
  • State of Clay for Live demos coming soon, you can join us till 9pm!
  • Demonstration at our group show by There'll be more demonstrations tonight at our open evening 6-9pm as part of Address is 5 Berry street in Clerkenwell. Open now until 9pm. See you there!   ldf16
  • Thanks so much to everyone who made it to our sale on Sunday. We were completely overwhelmed by how many people turned up to support us. Thank you   makerspace
  • Amazing work by our super talented member   danishdesign
  • Tonight we've gone to support our member at the private view of 's Made London 2016. Tamara is  primarily a talented jeweller but also combines ceramics in her work. Talking of being multitalented   makerspace
  • We will have our next studio sale on 34 December. There'll be mulled wine, live music, Christmas vibes, lots of love and beautiful handmade ceramics from 40 plus makers. We couldn't think of a better place to find your Christmas presents. See you there   makerspace
  • Our longstanding member Andrea Roman - one of London's most exciting emerging makers - is featured in the current edition of our favorite coffee table mag, with beautiful photography by We had a lovely morning together in the studio, with the early light streaming across the floor, discussing Andrea's artistic life, slow living, and London's burgeoning makerspace movement. If you love Turning Earth, ceramics and things that are handmade and gorgeous, you will love the feel of In Clover. We fell in love with it as an object and we share its ethos and so here's a shameless plug. The magazine comes out just twice a year and is well worth the subscription!... pottersofinstagram
  • One of our favorite magazines, met the lovely Turning Earth artist Olivia Fiddes Read about her dedication to making everything entirely by hand (with 'no wheels or moulds') and how her practice leads to carelessness and the pleasures of making to music... www.holeandcornermagazine.comfeatures  by Johanna Tagada 2016 - ... makerspace
  • Open for business at this morning's Winter Ceramics Market! We're here til 6 with over 40 artists (20 of them new from yesterday) mulled wine, crepes and music from at 2pm.Railway arch 362 Whiston Road, Hoxton, E2 8BW. Put Turning Earth into google and get the pin. :). .hackney
  • Regram from member -Lily Pearmain of being filmed for the video for our market, in an empty unheated warehouse earlier today. It was an exciting day - with the build almost complete and only the furniture to go in, like spending the day in a blank canvas. Grateful to the many hands that came to help (and shiver and inhale paint fumes) in the beautiful north light of our new studios. Can't wait to share the results with the rest of you.
  • In Production member in the new space, which will open for professional makers on March 1st.Membership of the Turning Earth In Production incubator give you  unlimited anytime access, individual warecart and extra storage space and mentoring in studio management skills and business development. Everything you need to grow a flourishing ceramics business in a co-work environment. Click the link in our bio for more information. Photo by  turningearthe10
  • The very first Turning Earth E10 members try out the wheels... big day!
  • Hello again everyone! Here's another photo from our building project now that we're all up and running. This is the lovely Alex and Jack the day that construction started on the Turning Earth E10 classroom.Talking of new beginnings we are pleased to announce that Tallie (Turning Earth's founder) and Artur (our photographer) had their baby on Easter Monday. In true Turning Earth style it was something of a marathon but everyone is now thriving. Stella will be keeping everyone up to speed with Turning Earth on Instagram for the time being.Photo by   hoxton
  • Resident tile expert and Turning Earth mentor Sarah Hall making tiles for our kitchen splashback. Sarah does private tuition for members, and if you have tile making dreams, she's the person to go to... Sarah is one of a collective of Turning Earth and In Production makers and alumni who be showcasing their work in the pop-up, which starts this Friday in Dalston. Follow for more information. Picture by   hoxton
  • In Production member Andrea working in the studio on a sunny day. A limited number of memberships are still available at our studio for advanced makers, where makers have unlimited access to facilities and a whole ware trolley of storage for themselves to enable them to take their practice to the next level. For more info, check our website by clicking through the link in our bio and following links for In Production and Incubator Programme.Photo by   hoxton
  • The next 12 week course starting at our Hoxton studio - next Tuesday 23rd May, 10.30am-1pm - has a few spaces still available on it.  Sign up through the link in our bio.Artist pictured Photo by   hoxton
  • Class in session at Turning Earth. You can book a place by clicking through the link in our bio. Get going with a class then become a member and you can pot in the studio any time you like.