27 Apr Elaine Bolt – Open Studio and News – Spring 2018
This May I will be opening up my studio at Atelier 51 in Brighton for four weekends, giving you a chance to look around my workshop and some of the other artists spaces in the building.
I will have new work available to buy and for the first time will be demonstrating throwing on the wheel in my studio for the open weekends.
The dates are: May 5/6th, 12/13th, 19/20th, 26/27th
Times: 11am to 5pm
I will be demonstrating ceramics and throwing on the wheel in my studio each weekend from 2pm – 3pm.
The open studios is part of Brighton and Hove’s huge ‘Artists Open Houses‘ event across May. So if you’re coming from further afield you can make a day of it and visit artists and makers all across the city. The Shop at Atelier 51 will also be extending upstairs so there will be lots of new top-range craft and art works to see, all selected by Made London organisers Tutton and Young.
Location: Atelier 51
51 Providence Place, Brighton, BN1 4GE
five minutes walk from Brighton Station (leave by the rear exit and down the steps)
just off London Road (we’re opposite St Bartholomew’s Church, just behind Costa)
You can park at London Road car park on Providence Place
Atelier 51 is Venue no.12 on the ‘Beyond the Level’ trail, as part of Brighton’s Artists Open Houses event.
I currently offer one to one classes where you can try throwing with porcelain or hand-building with clay at my Brighton studio.
These sessions can be booked individually for yourself or as a gift for someone else.
Dates can be arranged with me to find a day that suits you.
Find out more or book at my online shop
Make Makers classes
I have two group classes this year organised by the ‘Make Makers‘ events team.
These small group sessions will be held at my studio in Brighton and are perfect for beginners and those wanting to learn new skills.
West Dean College
I will be running workshop sessions this year at West Dean’s Arts and Craft Festival. On Sunday 3rd June I will be running a morning session on making with found objects and afternoon throwing sessions. Find out more about the workshops available over the Festival weekend.
I’m delighted to say my work is available this Spring through these galleries:
Atelier 51 – Brighton, East Sussex
Bircham Gallery – Holt, Norfolk
Gallery 57 – Arundel, West Sussex – as part of the exhibition: ‘A Contour, A Curve, the Lie of the Land’ – on from 19 May – 27 August 2018
Moore Gallery – Somerset (by arrangement)
Snug Gallery – Hebden Bridge, Yorkshire
Unit Twelve Gallery – Staffordshire – Making Ground collaborative work as part of the exhibition ‘Is It Useful?’, 26th April- 1st September 2018.
Thank you to photographers Yeshen Venema, Alun Callender, Thom Atkinson
Thank you for reading. I hope to see you soon.