Saturday 7th October 2017
World renowned potter Shozo Michikawa was born in 1953 in Hokkaido in Northern Japan. After an initial career in business he took up evening classes in art where he discovered his talent and passion for pottery, and now focuses entirely on creating ceramics. Shozo has widely exhibited in Japan and around the world. He has recently exhibited at Design Basel and will have been at West Dean the week before this demonstration. His new book is being published in September 2017.
Shozo will demonstrate his famous ‘cut and twist’ pots on the wheel He will also make tea bowls, tea pots and other forms in both traditional Japanese and his own distinctive styles.
See more information and examples of Shozo’s work at
PACS members £22
Bring a plate of food for shared lunch and your own plate, cutlery & mug
To be held at
Herne Farm Leisure Centre
Behind the Co-op on Moggs Mead
Bookings in advance through Richard Hollingbery via our contact page.