Our latest public project took place over the weekend with 80 people, young and old, joining us at Wheal Martyn and White River Place to make their own tile in a workshop lead by ceramcist Simeon Featherstone and environmental designer Anastasia Sledkova who make up Parasite. Inspired by both the fantastic gardens surrounding St Austell and the heritage of the china clay industry we are hoping the tiles made by local people will become part of a new artwork for the town, a “Living Wall of Clay” and kick off more public art projects in the town and surrounding villages.
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