Clay and Glaze Technology for Beginners




Six week course starting

Fri 11th November, 6.30 – 8.30pm

Cost £60, includes course and materials


An introductory structured course that will help students to demystify the properties of clay and raw materials and learn how they are transformed by heat.

The course will be run by Julia Quigley, an experienced WSP tutor with a sound knowledge of theory and practice.

To book a place email

Or 07918 666898

S&C Christmas Fair – Revised Date (now Friday 9th Dec)

The date of Smith & Causey’s Christmas fair has changed to Friday 9th December (6-9.30pm).  The WSP workshop area upstairs will be being set up for the Christmas exhibition on this date, however anyone wishing to sell work at the fair could do so downstairs on the wedging table, or more than welcome to take a stall.

Smith & Causey will be using marquees outside as  done on previous years as well as some space within the former Froyle Tiles units.

If you do have any contacts for people wanting to have a stall, please  let me know I will pass them on. They are obviously wanting to get a good variety of crafts and food suppliers, so any help gratefully received.

Hopefully the fair will encourage people to come to the WSP exhibition the following week.

Art in Clay Farnham – 19th & 20th Nov (2 for 1 offer)

The 15th Art in Clay Farnham


Saturday 19th and Sunday 20th November 2011

The Maltings, Bridge Square, Farnham, Surrey GU9 7QR


Special Offer: –

Buy one adult/concession ticket and get one FREE

This offer applies to purchases of all tickets, the cheapest ticket is FREE.

This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other admission offer

Please see the web-site for further information: –

or telephone: – Andy McInnes 0115 987 3966


To take advantage of this offer print out this e-mail and take along to the show


Opening Times

Sat: 10am – 5pm    Sun: 10am – 4.30pm

Adults £5.00    Concessions £4.50

Children up to 15yrs FREE

BBC Four – Ceramics: A Fragile History

Interesting looking program on TV tomorrow evening. BBC Four, Ceramics: A Fragile History, Monday 1oth October at 9pm.

‘Ceramics are where art meets function – one of our oldest and most fundamental art forms, that sits at the centre of our homes. The first film in this three-part series looks at a history of domestic pottery in Britain from Tudor times onwards, tracing the evolution of its different techniques and styles, and examining what our pots can tell us in intimate detail how preceeding generations lived and saw themselves.’