Participants had a chance to have a go on a traditional Indian momentum wheel and marvelled at the potter’s techniques, passed down from generations before. Sandra delved into the history of Kumarghram village and life in the Rajasthan potteries & the contemporary significance of tea vessels and water jars.
WHEN: TUESDAY 9 APRIL, 2019, 6-8pm
WHERE: 13 Keele St, Collingwood
ENTRY FEE: By donation. Our booking service requires us to make a fee so we have suggested $10 which will cover a samosa and a beer but please bring some extra cash if you feel generous and wish to donate to the potters and to Crosshatched! All money received goes to support the good work of Crosshatched to continue to make cultural connections between artist’s communities.