Communal Sculpture & Masterclasses in the Potters Den
with Harriet Hellman
Bookings Opening Soon…
Immerse yourself in the sensory exploration of clay in all its forms. Join artist, Harriet Hellman, for
Creating a special piece for you to take home. Bookings opening soon!
Age limit 12+, adult supervision required, children cannot be unaccompanied.
Please note classes are non-refundable and non-exchangeable.
Experiences will only be held for 20minutes, after that tickets are subject to resale and and will be automatically cancelled without refund.
If you’ve booked in advance, you need a copy of the lead booker’s I.D. and your confirmation email to check in. Group bookings must arrive together.
Drop In Sessions
Throughout the weekend there will be non-bookable, drop in sessions in clay slip painting and the opportunity contribute to a large three-dimensional communal sculpture.
Clay Slip Painting – Age limit of 10+, adult supervision required, children cannot be unaccompanied.
Communal Sculpture – Open to all ages; however adult supervision is required.
Harriet explores ‘human’ time versus ‘deep’ time in seascapes, through embodied and performative making practices in ceramics, drawing, photography and film.
Having completed a BA Fine Art /Sculpture, Harriet pursued a career in the Art Department for Film and TV for 16 years. She went on to complete an HND in Ceramics and a two-year Ceramics Diploma, followed by an MA at the Royal College of Art from 2018-2020.
Exhibiting widely, past exhibitions have included: From Nature and Small Impact at Informality Gallery, (Eco)Logical Sense at the Hockney Gallery, and The Power of Material at the Design Museum.
In 2020 she was shortlisted for Sustainability First’s Art Award, in 2021 she was invited to do a residency at Guldagergaard Ceramic research center in Denmark and was an Artist in Residence with SailBritain.