2nd Pottery Experiential Learning Tour in Western Australia, 1-3 May 2016
We had so much fun learning from paperclay expert Graham Hay, figurine sculpture with Frances Dennis, throwing and salt firing with Greg Crowe and raku firing with Stewart Scambler. We visited numerous art galleries and made many friends. Of course, we enjoyed touring Perth and especially the food!
A Social Transformation Project with CHILD@STREET 11
February - June 2013
Clay-Street.com's Chew Seow Phuang on Artisan Reboot, Channel News Asia
20 Apr 2013: Clay-Street.com's director/potter Chew Seow Phuang was featured on Channel News Asia. In this episode "Big Pots", Mr Chew was invited to study with a big pot master in Taiwan his fast disappearing masterful skills of hand-coiling big pots. Mr Chew aspires to pass on this traditional technique to his students at Clay-Street.com pottery studio in Singapore.
Clay-Street.com on Style Check In, Channel U TV
6 Nov 2012: Clay-Street.com was featured on Channel U. The two delightful hosts Jeffrey Xu and Jayley Woo were guided by Teacher Chew in hand moulding technique. Theingi was also interviewed for our Mosiac Fantasy program.
SeeNoClay on Arts & Hearts Program, Channel 8 TV
6 Feb 2012: SeeNoClay is a social initiative by Clay-Street.com to support Visually Impaired Potters Ben Wong and Cally Teo to continue their clay art passion with Angels' help.
This short film captured so well Ben's and Cally's passion, joy and determination in their journey of learning and art creation, working in tandem with Mr Chew and volunteers (called Angels).
Clay IN-SIGHT @ Singapore Gifts & Stationery Show, Marina Bay Sands
18-20 Aug 2010: We were invited by the Social Innovation Park to be one of the 15 social enterprises to exhibit the art co-creations by the Visually Impaired Potters and Angels. It was yet another cherished opportunity to showcase the talents of the VIPs and create better awareness of our social initiative.
Drink Towards a Greener Earth Exhibition 2010, Millenia Walk Singapore
21-25 Apr 2010: This art exhibition showcasing ceramic mugs co-created by the Visually Impaired Potters and Angels (volunteers) at the Millenia Walk Singapore is a social business launched to help generate income for the VIPs and attain sustainability for Project Clay IN-SIGHT. More...
Clay-Insight featured on JUS! TV Show, Channel Suria TV
13 Jul 2009: Clay IN-SIGHT, the first social initiative by Clay-Street.com to support the Visually Impaired from SAVH.
Suria Channel Producer Ms Hayati discovered our initiative through our website a week before and asked to feature our VI Clay Artists in JUS, an info-ed TV show on Suria Channel on 13 July 2009. We all had plenty of fun doing the filming at SAVH, supported by Angels Jane, Lian Hong, Swati and Theingi. No NG at all!
Clay IN-SIGHT Exhibition 2009, VivoCity 5-6 Dec 2009: This is a first-of-its-kind art exhibition in Singapore that will showcase ceramic arts created by a group of Visually Impaired pottery enthusaists together with a bunch of volunteers. More...
Pit Firing Experiential Course, Tg Sutera Resort, Malaysia 10-11 Apr 2010: This is a hands-on course. You'll learn experientially and work as a team with other participants in preparing the pit, tending to the fire and during the highly exciting unearthing process. In the evening, you'll learn about eco-sculpture using paperclay and we'll explore Nature-inspired clay creation.
Clay GAMES for Club Rainbow 25 Nov 2008: Children and their parents from Club Rainbow were treated to a Clay GAMES workshop by Clay-Street. The kids were ultra creative and made absolutely wonderful tic-tac-toe game sets.
Clay-Street 1st Openhouse
9 Nov 2008: The PaperClay Experience, co-organized with Craftholic, is Clay-Street's 1st Openhouse. Come and discover the unlimited creative possibilities and fun of crafting, moulding and scuplting with paperclay.Walk in anytime between 2pm and 6pm. FREE of charge.
Clay-Street supported Active Ageing Festival 2007
18 Nov 2007: We were honored to be invited by the Council for Third Age to contribute ideas and programs at the Active Ageing Carnival to encourage people to take up hobbies and artistic pursuits in life. The event was held at the open field outside Dhoby Ghaut MRT in Singapore on 18 Nov 2007.
Clay-Street supported Ren Ci Vegetarian
Food Fiesta 2007
8-10 Jun 2007: We are proud to have conceptualised a clay art piece for
the Opening Ceremony by Ms Grace Fu, Minister of State for National
Development, and to help in fund raising by providing a Clay ROCK
ART experience for the kids and parents at the fair.