December 2, 6-9pm
December 3, 10 -4pm
Check out ‘Warm & Bright‘ on facebook for updates!
It’s that time of year again – where Crystal Nykoluk and I mop the studio floor and throw open our 3rd floor ARTlington Studio door in a festive celebration of the handmade.
This year the Studio 6 Ceramics’ Warm & Bright Show and Sale has expanded to include the entire ARTlington Studios building! Warm & Bright will now feature three floors of over 20 professional Winnipeg artists creating contemporary works for homes and business alike; painting, pottery, jewelry, sculpture, photographs and more.
On Saturday December 3 from 12 – 2pm we will be joined by the lovely and talented Anne-Marie Williot of Chez Willi ! If you plan your visit for this time, be prepared for Anne-Marie to lead you on a journey to a land of cobble stone street and candle-lit cafes. Weaving memorable melodies with relate-able lyrics, Anne-Marie is well known to have everyone laughing, crying and singing along in her presence.
And if all that isn’t enough, those of you familiar with Warm & Bright will know to expect our signature sangria being served throughout the sale in our studio.
We are waiting for you! Come visit us December 2 & 3 to discover a Winnipeg hidden gem bursting with creativity.
Free street parking on Arlington
*some vendors only accept cash or cheque
*not wheelchair accessible
Heritage Winnipeg will be presenting the 13th annual Doors Open Winnipeg event on the weekend of May 28 & 29, 2016. This free annual event celebrates Winnipeg’s unique spaces, architecture and history, showcasing more than 80 remarkable buildings and sites.
I will be opening up my studio space in the wonderful building that is 618 Arlington during Doors Open, allowing visitors to shop while learning the history of many of the city’s architecturally stunning and historically significant buildings.
Beginner Wheel with Jessica Hodgson
Location: The Edge Clay Centre. 611 Main Street, Winnipeg
April 20 – June 15, 2016
Wednesdays, 6:30 – 9:30
April 20 – June 1: Beginner Wheel
June 8: Break for firings (No Class)
June 15: Glazing class
Potluck and work pick-up date TBD
Cost includes clay, materials and firings. If students have their own tools they are encouraged to bring them, if not they will be provided with communal studio tools.
This class focuses on learning various techniques (including glazing and decorative) related to throwing on the potter’s wheel. Open to all skill levels.
Classes run for 9 weeks with a break at the end of the session to prepare student work for glazing, giving each student 8 three-hour classes to be introduced to a variety of ceramic techniques and projects. With only 5 openings in this class, students will be given ample hands on direction and guidance, leaving the class with their finished pieces of art and a new appreciation for mud.
Registration Deadline: Friday, April 8th, 2016
A deposit of $127.50 made payable to the Edge Clay Centre is required by April 8th to reserve your spot.
(Payment can be made by cash or cheque to The Edge Clay Centre)
Ready to register or have any questions?
Please email email@example.com
Interested in a different class?
Check out http://www.edgevillage.com/ceramics-classes/ for other available classes!
Past student work:
The hibernation is over; the layers have been shed. We are ready to expose our skin to the sun, welcoming new energy, new connections and new opportunities to start fresh conversations.
We’d love to have you come visit our studio on May 1st to see our ‘raw and recent’ ceramic work along with old favourites.
Studio 6, 3rd Floor
618 Arlington Street
Free street parking on Arlington outside the building.
You can find Jessica in The Exchange this summer!
The Exchange Uporium offers an exciting, eclectic and entirely unique shopping experience – one that showcases exceptional Manitoba creations and curated vintage. A bit bazaar and bit boutique, the Exchange Uporium is a place where customers can congregate, sellers can shine and artisans can create… until the summer’s end when it disappears.
Designed, Made, Discovered – in Manitoba
- 264 McDermot Avenue. Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 0S8
Shop local while enjoying live music and snacks.
25+ vendors will be selling everything from vintage decor to handmade beauty products to photography and you can even have a tarot/astrology reading!
318 Ross Ave. (One block north of Red River College downtown)
June 6, 2014
All this for only a $2 Donation.
Saturday, August 10: 9-5pm
Sunday, August 11: 10-4pm
Come check out my table at Shelmerdine’s first ever farmer’s market. Showcasing Winnipeg’s local crafters, growers, and bakers, be prepared for some goodies!
Shelmerdine Garden Center Ltd.
7800 Roblin Boulevard
Winnipeg, MB R4H 1B6