Hannun Lyn’s pots are quiet and yet they speak volumes. I’ve long admired the steady presence of her work. Here at Make and Do we are thrilled to have Hannun as our guest artist and to find out more about the person behind these compelling pots.
All of our members are busy in the studios most days, but we do still manage to get out and teach workshops, have exhibitions and do handmade markets. Here's a few of the fine places you can catch up with us and our work this spring:
Follow along with Mariko Paterson, Jenna Stanton, Katriona Drijber and Carole Epp as they report back on all things awesome (and in particular - CANADIAN) from NCECA. Make sure not to miss out on anything by checking out the Map of Canadian Ceramic artists exhibiting...
@Medalta in Medicine Hat Alberta. I am Medalta’s Curator of Exhibitions & Collections and also have a studio in Medalta’s international artist in residence studios so I feel like I live here at Medalta more than in the city proper.