MADE LONDON 2016, 20-23rd Oct 2016






 Interior Details at Ruthin Craft Centre - 8/2/14 - 6/4/14

We are excited to be part of this exhibition at the Ruthin Craft Centre, a wonderful space for the Applied Arts in Wales.

Please see the News page for more information.





Experimental Animation meets Pottery

A short film sponsored by The Crafts Council that we have been involved in. Many thanks to The Crafts Council, our friend Jim Le Fevre, an amazing animator and Mike Paterson, a fantastic film maker.




<iframe src="//" width="500" height="281" frameborder="0" webkitallowfullscreen mozallowfullscreen allowfullscreen></iframe> <p><a href="">Experimental animation meets pottery</a> from <a href="">Crafts Council</a> on <a href="">Vimeo</a>.</p>




Ceramics in the City 2012


Geffrye Museum, 21-23 September 2012


24th July-1st August.     Dartmoor Arts Summer School, Earth Arts Course.








Roop co-teaches this course with Cob sculptors Jackie Abey & Jill Smallcombe. For more information, have a look at the Dartmoor Arts Summer School Website:




The Cabin Project, Bucks Mills Cabin, Bucks Mills, North Devon.

15th-16th, 22nd-23rd July.    



"Pachadesign and friends explore a modern take on the everyday objects inside the Bucks Mills Cabin, showing the contrast between the items left there by the artists who owned the cabin and their own modern day versions.The cabin was owned by artists Judith Ackland and Mary Stella Edwards, and is an evocative time capsule of their lives together. The National Trust wants to keep the artistic heritage of the cabin alive through unique artist residencies".




 This project opens this evening and should look lovely. Waiting for some final pots to come out of the kiln before we go up to install it. Here is the card that Sammy from Pacha designed which has some good note on the back. There is a Private View on Thursaday 14th from 6-8pm at the cabin.



23-25th September 2011.            Ceramics in the City, Geffrye Museum, London.


We are looking forward to this show, set in one of London's most interesting and brilliant museums during the London Design Festival with 46 potters taking part. Here is the flyer, entry is free and the museum is a treasure.