Autumn is drawing closer and we are savouring those last warm days.
The studio has continued to grow, with Rachel Kurdynowska running a new research group and Rollo Timothy George leading our new membership sessions on a saturday morning. We had a members sale during this year's Lanes Summer Fayre, and while we work to develop plans to improve our facilities Helgate is evolving through the collective energy, thoughtfulness, and feeling that all of our teachers, members, and visitors bring.
Liz Ballard has been selected as our next artist in residence following on from Gemma Carson's end of residency show, where she will use the time to work with clay and water, and we are also welcoming Cat Stones into our work exchange.
Thank you to everyone who joined us for the screening of Charles and Marleen's film Womb of things to be and tomb of things that were, we were blessed with the sun and everyone's company.
Next month Rose Higham-Stainton will be launching her book Limb the Distance, please follow this link to find out more about the publication and to book tickets.