Yesterday I went to the opening of the new Caroline Fisher Project space in 93a Upper St Giles Street, Norwich. Located above and between Bread Source bakers. Caroline is a ceramicist and most recently, curator of East Gallery NUA and she still teaches on courses at Norwich University of the Arts.
Caroline's intention is to run two or three exhibitions a year, focussing on ceramics that span the breadth or work between utilitarian objects such as bowls and mugs and sculptural forms.
As well as the exhibitions, she is running monthly Clay Conversations on a Friday morning 11am to 12.30pm on the first Friday of the month - an opportunity for ceramicists to get together to talk all things clay - to network, to help each other, to exchange views, ideas and expertise.
During exhibitions, the gallery is open 1pm-5pm on Fridays and Saturdays. It is a beautiful calm space, filled (sparsely) with beautiful things and a really lovely space to hang out and be inspired.
Author Marion Catlin
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