Over Friday and Saturday, the newly constructed Kiln House will host workshops and live raku firings, hosted by the Sustainable Anthropocene Cooperative, made up of two BA students from Central Saint Martins and Camberwell College of Art.

The workshops will use clay to attempt to go back to our roots and re-interpret our connection with nature, to educate and integrate and to share awareness of the changes nature is experience due to human action.

Join us for a making workshop, or watch a firing and kiln unpacking. Bar and wood-fired pizza available till late!

All workshops and firings take place in The Skip Garden, 1 Tapper Walk, N1C 4AQ, just north west of the main building. This is a new urban garden with cafés, greenhouses and the newly constructed Kiln House, an outdoor kiln and gathering place constructed in collaboration between the BA Ceramics and MA Architecture students at Central Saint Martins.

Friday 22 March

1100-1230 – Drop in making workshop
1300 Raku firing
1430 Anticipated kiln unpacking

Saturday 23 March

1100-1230 Drop in making workshop
1400-1530 Drop in making workshop
1700 Raku firing
1830 Kiln unpacking, second raku firing
2000 Kiln unpacking
2230 Close

This project is supported by Coal Drops Yard, the new shopping and restaurant district In King’s Cross. Located directly adjacent to Granary Square, Coal Drops Yard houses over fifty stores from a unique mix of established and emerging brands, along with cafés, bars, top independent restaurants and new public spaces.