West Street Potters Award
West Street Potters provide an annual award to fund a clay-related activity for one current West Street Potters’ Member.
This might include the cost of a ticket to a Ceramic Festival, funding for participation in a particular ceramic-practice course, or some other similar activity.
The closing date for applications for The West Street Potters’ Award 2019 is the last day of February 2019. Application Forms will be available to download from the website and will also be emailed to Members in early January 2019.
We are delighted to announce that Caty March is the winner of this years WSP award.
Caty attended a course at West Dean – Throwing Functional, Traditional and Contemporary Forms, with Alison Sandeman – from the 28th July to the 3rd August 2018.
We hope to see some of her creations from this course on display at our Winter Exhibition in November this year.
We are delighted to announce that Belinda Orton is this year’s lucky recipient of the West Street Potters Award. She will attend a one-day course – An Introduction to Japanese Pottery: a taster day with Rie Tsurata – at West Dean.
We look forward to seeing what she gets up to.
We are delighted to announce that this year the West Street Potters’ Award has been awarded to two applicants.
Karin Mankour will attend a course – Inlaid Coloured Clays – at West Dean in August 2016.
Sharon Galer will attend Carolyn Genders’ course – Slips & Colours – in June 2016
We are delighted to be able to support both Karin and Sharon and we look forward to hearing about and benefiting from their experiences.
Our inaugural winner was Rachel Whitehead, whose successful application to attend a residential Raku course, with John Evans in East Sussex, enabled her to further her knowledge of this exciting firing process. Some of the work that Rachel produced was on display at our Winter Exhibition, Nov 2015.
The new members information pack and glossary of ceramic terms are available from the links below.