We hosted 20 visitors amd current students at a “decorate your own plate” workshop. It was a huge success and everyone said they would come back for more!Read More Freedom Day 2019 at the Harbour Art walk
Our vision for being a part of the Workspace community was always to up-skill and create earning opportunities for the bursary students attending HBSPI. We were approached by the t-bag original design company to create tea rests to sell at their retail shop. They are very simple to make and easy to produce. 3 madies […]Read More 2 Clients. Creating employment
Welcome back! Pretty, Margaret and , Maureen return as our bursary students. Sue-Marie, Lauren, Chloe, Georgina and Jordana are also becoming regular students. We are seeing fabulous work from everyone. Pretty Thombo has been made head of the tea-bag rest project. She has shown such enthusiasm for it. Original T-bag Design in Hout Bay orders […]Read More First term of 2019
Go For Gold chose to host their year end function at the studio. 8 colleagues worked independently on their own tile to create a 9 tile mosaic to hang in their office. They also created their own Christmas decorations.Read More HBSPI hosts go for gold
Book on Quicket use the code DISCOUNT50 when you book for 2 or more people. Book on QUICKET or use snapscan.Read More Hanging Decorations Workshop
Hout Bay Social Pottery Initiative is a weekly not-for-profit pottery class that encourages members of our diverse community to enjoy making things out of clay and interacting with others from all backgrounds. Whilst Julie and Katie are there to facilitate the sessions, the main aim of the class is for people to come together and […]Read More What is HBSPI
Last week Katie packed and re-packed the kiln with bits and bobs from Paddy, Angus and Jack as well as a few of the projects she and I have been busy with at the Workspace studio.Read More The kiln works!
Labieb was our first student, he sat carving and decorating.Read More First student