From next week you can buy my egg cups from The National Portrait Gallery in London.
From this week my Bee Pot will be on display for 6 months at Cliffe Castle in Keighley. It’s a fantastic place to visit and the pot was inspired by their collections. You can also see my Bradford Boar Pot at Platform Gallery in Clitheroe until January 2019.
Cliffe Castle, Keighley BD20 6LQ
Women in British History
7 July – 15 September
Women In British History - An exhibition of works by Katch Skinner who uses traditional commemorative ware to look at just a small selection of amazing women who left their mark throughout British history. Commemorative ware has been used to document events from political satire to holiday souvenirs and has been used as a social indicator of the times. The work challenges the male dominance of commemorative ware and pays tribute to female trailblazers and visionaries who helped change society.
As part of this years Hebden Bridge Arts Festival, I run a community workshop to scale up a Martin Parr photograph, This collaborative drawing had 119 panels and the finished work can be seen this weekend at Northlight Art Studios in Hebden Bridge.
You can now buy my egg cups online and in store at Liberty London, I am one of the winners of Liberty Open Call London!
This year I made this slip-cast and coiled pot to mark 100 years since Parliament passed a law which allowed some women, and all men, to vote for the first time: the 1918 Representation of the People Act. It will go on display in many different venues this year including
Vote 100: Suffragettes and Progaganda
CARTWRIGHT HALL ART GALLERY
WED 18 APR 2018 - TUE 4 SEP 2018
Just out of the kiln this morning and made it through all four firings
20 January – 31 December 2018
Abbey House Museum
On the centenary of some women getting the vote, A Woman’s Place? looks at the struggles and progress of women in achieving equality and recognition.
The exhibition features stories and objects from strong pioneering women such as Leonora Cohen and Nicola Adams, from 1860 to the present day. Discover how everyday life has changed for women in the home, school and workplace.
We hope to inspire women and girls to believe that their ambitions and achievements are not limited by their gender.
· Beryl Burton (cyclist)
· Edith Pechey-Phipson (pioneering doctor)
· Mary Gawthorpe (Suffragette and activist)
· Ivy Benson (1940s band leader)
Made for the Leeds Museums and Galleries collection in 2017 by Katch Skinner, and part of the forthcoming 'A Woman's Place' exhibition. © Leeds Museums and Galleries.