Alderman Jones's House, 322 Parsloes Avenue
5 July – 11 July 2021
Artist Ewelina Bartkowska has begun an artistic residency at Alderman Jones's house on Parsloes Avenue. She is organising a series of clay workshops where local communities are invited to make clay objects that she will later incorporate in the making of a fire sculpture placed in the garden of Alderman Jones's house.
The workshops will be a relaxed environment consisting of lessons in working with clay from the artist, open discussion about living in Becontree and the history of the area, and creating objects that reflect these experiences.
The workshops will run between Monday 5 July - Sunday 11 July between 10am-6pm at Alderman Jones's house (see full address below). If you wish to participate in the workshops please email Ewelina - firstname.lastname@example.org
To find out more about Ewelina's residency click here.
Alderman Jones's House
322 Parsloes Avenue
Ewelina Bartkowska is a clay sculptress and clay activist exploring the transformative power of raw materials. Her practice embraces sustainable processes; she has become an alternative kiln builder as a way to link place and community. She believes in the transformative power of raw materials and the benefits of time spent on making together. Currently she is developing a series of vessels made with recycled clay and decorated with a glaze from the Thames.