Clay in Common by Julia Rowntree & Duncan Hooson by Christopher Hilton Save Liquid error (product-badge line 32): -Infinity% $24.50 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10+ Quantity Quantity Add to cart Clay in Common A project book for schools, museums, galleries, libraries and artists and clay activists everywhere By Julia Rowntree, By Duncan Hooson ART 256 PAGES FORMATS: TRADE PAPER PUBLICATION DATE: JUNE 2018 ISBN 9781911193425 RIGHTS: US & CA Overview Hooray for clay! Projects that put clay and ceramics centre stage are invaluable - be it in architecture, public sculpture, cups and saucers on your breakfast table, passing on an understanding of the material is invaluable. Clayground Collective are true clay ambassadors. Their extraordinary work is exemplary.~Kate Malone, Ceramic Artist; Judge, BBCTV Great Pottery Throw DownThis is not a "how to" book but a "Can you?" book. There is a real passion to discover though materials. This book challenges those with specialist skills to engage the public in that discovery and provides a route to get started.~Amanda Bright, Head of School of Art, U. of BrightonIf you're a practitioner setting out to work with schools and the public where do you go for advice? Clay in Common is a great starting point.~Steve Moffitt, Chief Executive, A New Direction As clay and ceramic courses decline in schools, craft and hand skills risk being lost. Clay in Common makes a strong case for the vital role of clay in schools and wider society. For teachers, parents, school governors, artist-facilitators and education policy-makers, the book has detailed case studies with ideas for projects and activities that can bridge school and community life.