What does it take to make a successful living in craft? How do you balance creativity and commercial demands as a professional maker?
Join ceramist and Channel 4 presenter Rich Miller (The Great Pottery Throwdown), Cockpit maker Onome Otite and artist Bisila Noha in an online conversation with Cockpit CEO Annie Warburton.
Making a Living is one of a series of talks accompanying landmark exhibition Body Vessel Clay at Two Temple Place, 29th January – 24th April 2022.
Bisila Noha is exhibiting at Body Vessel Clay and is a graduate of London Creative Network, one of Cockpit’s career-changing professional development programmes.
Rich Miller is Managing Director at Froyle Tiles and and independent ceramist. He is known to UK audiences as a presenter on The Great Pottery Throwdown.
Onome Otite is a London-based artist specialising in figurative textile collages. She has won awards including the Cockpit | Prince’s Trust Creative Careers Awards and the Evening Standard ‘Progress 1000’ Mentorship Programme.
Image: Ceramic vessels by Bisila Noha. Photo: Thomas Broadhead