You are invited to attend the Cornwall Ceramics and Glass Group Annual General Meeting
With Illustrated talks by Siddy Langley and John Pollex September 28 Ladock Village Hall Ladock TR2 4PG 10.00 am for 10.30 am Start
10.30 am - Opening and Illustrated Talk by Siddy Langley – Glass Artist
“I have had a love affair with glass for well over thirty years now and still, it shows no signs of abating. It allows me to express myself like no other medium I have ever found. At its best, when one is working, it is like performing an intricate, choreographed dance with the glass. Equal partners, working together, to express a thought or idea” http://www.siddylangley.com/
Program for the Day
12.30 pm – 1.15 pm ….. Lunch – a buffet lunch will be provided. Special dietary requests to firstname.lastname@example.org asap please.
1.15 pm ….. CC&GG AGM official business.
2.00 pm ….. Illustrated Talk by John Pollex – Master Ceramicist
John Pollex has carved out a unique niche in the world of studio pottery. During the 70s and early 80s he established himself as a respected maker of traditional slipware, before his work took a dramatic turn in 1984. He dispensed with slip trailers in favour of brushes and sponges; intensely coloured earthenware slips are applied in a free and painterly abstract manner. www.johnpollex.co.uk
CC&GG Annual Subscriptions.
Our subscription year begins on October 1st subscriptions are being held for another year at £22, or £20 if paid at the AGM. For ease of payment and to reduce admin, we would urge you to pay by Standing Order if possible.
You can easily set this up online yourself if you use online banking. October 1st payment date. Notify Carol Scott or Danka Napiorkowska when you have set up your SO.
Non Members attending the AGM talks.
CC&GG welcomes non members to its events and non members may attend the talks at this AGM for a fee of £10 including lunch. If a non member decides to join the CC&GG at the AGM, the £10 will be discounted from annual subscription.
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