Proudly celebrating its 10th anniversary this April, the contemporary ceramics event will be taking place at the prestigious Royal College of Art in London from 4th – 6th April 2014.
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Eddie Curtis is to exhibit new work from his ‘Blast Series’ in an international ceramics exhibition, organised by Delhi Blue Pottery Trust at The Habitat Centre, New Delhi, India later this year. Continue reading ‘Eddie Curtis – International Ceramics Exhibition, New Delhi, India: 24-30 November 2014′
Ceramic Artist Teena Gould is invited to exhibit and demonstrate during Feb 2014, at the Muscat Festival, Oman.
Ceramic sculpture and tableware by the quirky and critically acclaimed Japanese ceramic artist Ikuko Iwamoto.
Excellent show of work from around 90 members from London Potters. Well worth a visit.
A large exhibition of Prue Coopers work, just in time for Christmas, in a central London location, just opposite the British Museum and also close to the Contemporary Ceramics Centre. Well worth a visit with the added bonus, if you like watercolours to see Abbott and holders excellent selection.
The Oxford Ceramics Fair is presented by the Craft Potters Association (CPA), now in partnership with the Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology. A new initiative by the Ashmolean will see the Museum host a day of ceramic events on 20 October, one week before the Fair. Continue reading ‘Oxford Ceramics Fair – Partnership with the Ashmolean Museum’
Handmade in Britain 13, is being held at Chelsea Old Town Hall, London this November. Continue reading ‘Handmade in Britain 13: 8 -10 November 2013 (Special 2 for 1 offer – see below)’
Thursday 19 September, 6 – 8.30pm (Launch open evening)
Friday 20 September – Sunday 22 September 10am – 5pm
The Geffrye’s annual celebration of ceramics returns to the museum this September. Featuring around 50 ceramicists from across the UK, the event showcases the work of both leading names and rising talents. Continue reading ‘Ceramics in the City 2013 – A selling fair featuring 50 potters’