Dual Works, Odox, Pavlov Ceramics – Venues 8, 14, 15

Best Tram stop – St Pauls. Best Bus route – 16 or 13 to Great Hampton Street

Okay! First things first due to the vagaries of the postcode system Venue 08 Dual Works is further along Kenyon street, see our handy tick on the map!

A visit to this little triangle of makers and artists will see you in a potters workshop, faced with the best in contemporary art and a maker/fabricators workshop extraordinaire.

No matter which venue you start at they are only minutes apart and in true creative style the route will be marked between venues.

Established in 2015 by designer makers Zoe Robertson and Steve Snell the studio specialises in bespoke design solutions and one off fabrication

Alongside running their own design practice Dual Works also want to teach you how, their Girls with Power Tools workshops are very popular and if you are more of a ready made sort of appreciator then look no further than the Quarter.haus range of homewares. (flat access)

A short (couple of minutes) walk down Great Hampton Row, look out for the Carpark on the right. Odox is opposite this.
Artist-run project space, gallery and studio provider

As the contemporary art scene grows in Birmingham its great to see this space setting up on the outskirts of town, visit to see their current exhibition and the work of their studio holders. (one step from street)

Pavlov Ceramics run by potter and teacher Hristiyan Pavlov pays tribute to the clay in the hand thrown pieces.

The theme of this small trail could be teaching as Pavlov Ceramics also runs workshops where you can build up your skills in ceramics. A small space full of heart this workshop is place for lovers of clay for sure! (Steep Stairs)

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