22nd February - 7th April 2018    Zetter's Hotel Cabinet 

The Zetter's Townhouse, St. John's Square, London EC1V 4JJ.

Photograph - Gregory Parsons 2017

25 November 2017 - 27 January 2018   Making It Now  

The Centre for the Applied Arts, Ruthin, Denbighshire, LL15 1BB


Photography - Gregory Parsons 2017

Established & Emerging - February 2017

Chrisities, 8 King Street, St. James, London SW1Y 6QT.

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31st August 2018 - 30th September 2018   Votives

Southwark Cathedral, London SE1.

An ACWU, Morley College project in association with Totally Thames Festival. Raw clay votives made to regift to the River Thames in a public ritual.

Photography - Malcolm Smith


Peng Munch for Old G Thames  

My offering to the River Thames on the South Bank is a clay platter of press moulded fried chicken and slip cast chicken bones. Originating from the North of England, I have made my home in South London and feel a deep sense of belonging there. This includes a love of fried chicken. In a London that is being ‘regenerated’ (gentrified) at speed, the ubiquitous chicken shops that line the high streets of South London provide a cheap and tasty, but often maligned dish to teenagers and low wage earners.

I regard the multitude of discarded chicken bones on pavements as ‘modern archaeological’ finds, much like ceramic fragments found on the Thames foreshore. They are symbols for the precarious, pushed-out and disregarded. They also act as motif for working class history; echoing the oyster shells that were thrown into the Thames, detritus from the Georgian and Victorian dock workers diet. My offering is for them; to celebrate working class culture and wish for a fairer society.

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9th May 2019 - 20th June 2019   The London Delftware Potters

Southwark Cathedral, London SE1

Exhibited as part of a Clayground Collective, Museum of London and ACWU for London Craft Week event based on the Delftware Potters of London.

Photography - Helen Carr