People braved the weather and turned up in great numbers during Clay in the Making! We had a really fantastic day of sharing skills and knowledge and all for free thanks to the funding from Arts Council England, Haringey Council and Middlesex University.
There was a great sense of calmness as you walked into the rooms where Clay in the Making was held despite it being a busy day.
The shere enjoyment of sitting down for a few hours with other people from the community, sharing a laugh and spurring each other on could be sensed walking around and talking to people. Many said it was so refreshing to spend time with people in a creative and hands on way and it just shows that, although technology is amazing in many ways, we still want the physical contact – both hands on and face to face.
Big thank you to Josefina Isaza, Nao Matsunaga, Jess Miller and Lisa Stockham for their fantastic contribution to the day, sharing ideas and their expertise with the public and Collective Exchange!