Founder of Brighton based pottery studio, Potters Thumb, Mark Ciavola spreads his love for ceramics through his unique hand-crafted pieces and teaching workshops whilst also pushing the boundaries of making with innovative materials.
Artificial Limb Artist
BY SOPHIE DE OLIVEIRA BARATA
@ VOL 32
ON NOV 07, 2018
As a specialist sculptor, Sophie De Oliveira Barata spent 8 years making prosthetics for amputees before launching the Alternative Limb Project – a truly collaborative partnership which creates some very special limbs indeed.
Dogs & Other Animals
In this presentation, illustrator and author John Bond tracks his inspirations for his illustrated characters. From children's shows to his numerous furry friends, John's childhood experiences have shaped who he has become as both an adult and artist. His inspiring story captivates the audience, all sharing laughter, and smiles.
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