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Elements Studio Art and Crafts

Glenhassan Hall, 12a Mussenden Road, Castlerock, County Londonderry, BT51 4RP
Elements Studio Art and Crafts

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Elements Studio creates 'Art Adventures' for groups. Whether it's a birthday, hen party, team building or fun day out Elements Studio will craft a creative event for your group in the inspiring setting of Northern Ireland's North Coast.

Classes include fun and friendly pottery painting, traditional craft sessions in papermaking, mosaics or ceramic techniques and adventurous workshops in Raku ceramics, Pit fired ceramics, paperclay sculpture or glass fusing. Classes can also be brought to your venue and Private lessons for 1-4 people are offered in potters wheels at the studio. Residential courses can also be arranged in Downhill through the Downhill Beachhouse. Please enquire for details.

Artist McCall Gilfillan trained in traditional Irish pottery and Fine & Applied Arts. She established Elements Studio in Downhill, Northern Ireland in 2000. The beachfront location is ideal for creative exploration. McCall also travels to teach and facilitate art classes across Northern Ireland. Environmental themes interpreted in scuptural and decorative ceramics form the back-bone of the courses offered. Other traditional crafts such as papermaking and mosaics are also options along side newer crafts such as glass fusing. Contact us to find out what we can offer your group!

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Establishment Features

  • Groups catered for
  • Lessons/courses available
  • Prior Booking Required

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  • On site parking

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  • All major credit/debit cards accepted

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Elements Studio is located at the Downhill Hostel at the end of the Downhill Beach.

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