Four women of different ages in aprons holding clay objects including a glazed spoon, a flower-holder and a bowl. They are standing in a library.
Fairland Collective, One Pot Project with Sefton Libraries and At the Library, 2017, Photo Motoko Fujita

A LONG NIGHT

FAIRLAND COLLECTIVE

EXHIBITION/WORKSHOP/EVENT

 Dawe’s Twineworks, West Coker

A feast for the Cokers!

Gather in the only surviving Victorian rural twineworks with its original machinery. Help prepare a twine-inspired community feast of long, thin food, take part in a ceramics workshop run by young people and see ceramic tableware made by pupils from Perrott Hill School, East Coker School and West Coker School.


ABOUT THE COLLECTIVE

Fairland Collective are a group of artists based in Ireland, UK and Japan. Their projects often use cooking and meals to engage networks of people and communities. They draw on an archive of domestic skills and food processes gathered from previous and ongoing projects.


FIND OUT MORE

fairlandcollective.com