memberships

 

We have a variety of membership options to suit everyone - whether you are a beginner, serious hobbyist or an emerging professional ceramicist.

Hand crafted ceramic mug created in Edinburgh Ceramics Workshop.
 
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practice, practice, practice

monthly membership | £70

Our monthly membership is dedicated to people who are working hard to develop their technique and creative approaches.

 

You will want to fire the best of the work you make for sure, but firing lots of ware is not the primary focus at this stage.

 This membership includes:

  • 24/7 access to shared ceramic studio facility up to 15 hours practice per week

  • personal storage allocation - 1000mm x 460mm (additional storage can be organised separately if required)

  • one shared kiln firing per week and up to 30 cubic litres of fired ware per month with no additional firing charge 

  • all work fired by ECW technical staff

  • discounts on educational workshop

developing a serious practice 

monthly+ membership | £90

Monthly+ membership is designed for people who are starting to develop a serious practice and who want to fire more ware.

 

You will be still be learning but you will be making more work consistently at a higher level. You might also be working towards occasionally showing and selling your work.

This membership includes:

  • 24/7 access to shared ceramic studio facility up to 26 hours practice per week

  • personal storage allocation - 1000mm x 460mm x2 shelves (additional storage can be organised separately if required)

  • one shared kiln firing per week and up to 50 cubic litres of fired ware per month with no additional firing charge

  • all work fired by ECW technical staff

  • discounts on educational workshop

Ceramics process at Edinburgh Ceramics Workshop
Hand crafted ceramics made at Edinburgh Ceramics Workshop

creative crofter 

incubator membership | £150

ECW Incubator Membership is aimed at ceramic artists and emerging makers who are taking the step from monthly practice to regularly exhibiting and/or selling work commercially. 

 

To apply for  the incubator membership, you must have already spent time at ECW (normally one year) as a studio member. Applications are also welcome from candidates who have studied with other studios or who have an already established emerging practice.

This membership includes: 

  • 24/7  access of shared ceramic studio facility with unlimited access

  • personal storage allocation - 1000mm x 460mm x3 shelves

  • one shared bisque & one shared glaze firing per week with no additional firing charge

  • ability to book separate kiln space (at an additional cost of £30 per full kiln, which can be shared)

  • responsibility for own kiln firings

  • maximum membership tenancy of 24 months with review

  • discounts on educational workshop

  • design studio desk or offices space on the mezzanine can be purchased for an additional fee of £40 per month (you will have your own key)

Julija Pustovrh is a Slovenian born artist, living and working in Edinburgh. After finishing her master's degree in Landscape Architecture at Edinburgh College of Art in 2014 she launched her own design business focusing on ceramics. Her work is inspired by nature, looking at forms, structures, textures and patterns in micro and macro scales, transformations in time and space.

 

Currently Julija is working on an ongoing project exploring the connection between Scottish landscapes and coastal features. She has been collecting sand from remote coasts of Scotland and is incorporating the sands in her new body of work - SANDSCAPES 2019/20.


For more information on Julija's ongoing work and exhibitions please visit:

www.emporiumjulijum.co.uk

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ECW is an open practice pottery studio in Edinburgh, available to anyone with a passion for working creatively with clay.

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We offer three to six month artist residencies to makers looking for an opportunity to develop new work in a well resourced and friendly studio.

classes

We run pottery classes and workshops to allow artists and makers to develop their clay practice in a supportive studio environment.  

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