Ruthin Craft Centre
The Centre for the Applied Arts


Hey Clay 2021: Wendy Lawrence

15 May 10.30am – 11.30pm or 2.00pm – 3.00pm FREE

Hey Craft! 2021

Ruthin Craft Centre is pleased to announce that we will be taking part in this Crafts Council event. This year the long-running participation festival formerly known as Hey Clay! will evolve into Hey Craft! and take place from Friday 14 – Sunday 16 May.

Why not celebrate CRAFT and the Art of Making with us during this year’s Hey Craft! weekend. Get involved and be inspired to join in at home!


Talk & Demonstration with Ceramicist Wendy Lawrence LIVE on ZOOM from her studio in North Wales

FREE LIVE digital event(s). Please book via Eventbrite here.

Join Wendy LIVE at her studio as she talks you through her creative ideas and processes/ techniques of working with clay.

The Live online session will include:

An opportunity to look through Wendy’s sketchbooks and drawings; an insight on how Wendy develops her ideas and where her creative inspiration comes from. Wendy will lead a practical demonstration on how to slab build, gauge out clay from forms and include texture/ decoration onto clay pieces before firing. To finish, a bespoke tour around the studio and an opportunity to have an exclusive look at some of her current finished ceramic pieces.

Limited spaces available, please book in advance to avoid disappointment.


#HeyCraft #GetCreative

Hey Clay! Is a national celebration of ceramics participation which gave the public the chance to unleash their inner potter at venues across the UK through free workshops and taster sessions?

Hey Craft! is now open to all craft disciplines and experience levels, so whether you’re an emerging maker, studio collective or professional looking to share your skills – join the fun and help promote the transformative power of craft.

Hey Craft! is part of the Get Creative campaign run by the Crafts Council, Voluntary Arts, BBC, Libraries Connected, Family Arts Campaign, What Next?, Arts Council England, Arts Council Wales, Creative Scotland, Arts Council of Northern Ireland, 64 Million Artists and Creative People and Places.