Turning Earth E10 - now open for makers!
Turning Earth E10
Turning Earth E10 is a new centre for ceramics that opened in the Lee Valley in March 2017, in the 8,500 sq ft top floor of an old hardware factory.
The centre includes a large open plan open-access membership studio where part-time professional makers, serious hobbyists and beginners work together in a community environment, with the benefit of shared facilities. The space also includes a classroom for ceramics courses for those new to the craft, where 13 courses a week are taught by professional artists.
In an adjoining studio, a cohort of 30 career makers are part of the first full-time ceramics incubator in London.
Argall Avenue is on the border between Clapton and Walthamstow, next to the newly opened Lea Bridge station. It's a 7 minute walk from the station, which - via Tottenham Hale or Stratford - gets you to Liverpool Street in less than half an hour, or central London in about 20 minutes. (More details here.)
There are four quarterly studio sales in Turning Earth venues throughout the year, where makers sell their work directly to the public.