Grizedale Arts

A Second Anchorhold

Home from Hauser & Wirth Somerset is a second Anchorhold (by Sutherland Hussey Architects) - this time without its apple-clad occupant Marcus Coates.

Thanks go to a crack squad of heroic volunteers (Jack, Hattie, Rob & Georgia) working hard to erect the beast at the top of our meadow.

Making Everyday (june 15 - July 13)

New Exhibition & Opportunities to Get Hands On
(Grizedale Arts @ Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridgeshire)

Exhibition runs from 15th June to the 13th July with a kiln firing from 4th - 8th July

We are currently collaborating with the splendid Wysing Arts Centre just outside Cambridge, with our unique UK-Korea art / design exchange. We've brought together a crack squad of Korean potter (Hyunmin Shin), designer (Jungyou Choi) and design curator (Jina Lee) with our very own Adam Sutherland (quite handy himself at the wheel), Mark Essen, Aaron Angell & Tom Philipson.

The team will design, test and create useful, easy to make products live on site and there are opportunities galore to get involved, from the everyday making in the gallery (alongside the exhibition) and including a marathon wood-fired kiln firing.

Read some more & register to take part in workshops here

Sally Beamish

We're saddened to hear of the recent death of our friend and neighbour Sally Beamish, who was for many years Head Gardener next door to Lawson Park, at Brantwood.
Read a short remembrance of Sally here.

Read All About Us

The publication, Grizedale Arts - Adding Complexity to Confusion (Edited by Jonathan Griffin, 2009) covers all the hi jinx of our first decade under present director Adam Sutherland. It sells like hot cakes, so why not treat yourself?
Buy direct from us online here



products from Making everyday Wysing Arts Centre

Posted by Grizedale Arts on Saturday, 23 June 2018

Making Everyday Wysing Arts Centre - open now for drop in making -

Posted by Grizedale Arts on Saturday, 23 June 2018

Reminded of Olaf Breuning's Cat at Grizedale 2002, he is currently showing at CASS, good to see him in the UK

Posted by Grizedale Arts on Tuesday, 12 June 2018

Grizedale Arts is made possible by the ongoing support of Arts Council England and South Lakeland District Council

Grizedale Arts is a partner of Tate, and exchanges programmes, ideas and skills with Tate and the Plus Tate family of visual arts organisations

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