This year London Potters celebrate 30 years of activities to promote and to encourage appreciation of ceramics.
This exhibition is the largest collection of Cumbrian potters and ceramicists that has ever been put together.
Discover the story of how Jewish ceramicists transformed British studio pottery and influenced successive generations of ceramic artists.
In celebration of Bonfire Night, the Leach Pottery team are sharing something of the excitement, fear and fun of a potter’s profession by inviting the public to a live firing of a specially constructed kiln
David Wright will be showing his superb boxes at The Box Gallery, part of RopeWalk Gallery during October 2016. These boxes are complemented by hand crafted wooden lids in a range of hardwoods. They make ideal Christmas presents to stock up with!
Handmade in Britain is returning to the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew for the second edition
Katherine Lees - New Ashgate Winner at the Festival of Crafts, Farnham Maltings 2015. work on show at New Ashgate Gallery from 30 July to 10 September 2016.
Exhibition of ceramics at the National Trust’s Standen House and Garden sees the work of the Martin Brothers in a new light
This new exhibition prize is to be held biennially in Liverpool in memory of the potter Julia Carter Preston. The shortlisted artists for the inaugural Julia Carter Preston Prize have now been announced. They are: Lanty Ball, Yasmin Lennon-Chong, Jane King, Susan Nemeth, Malene Hartmann Rasmussen, and Jo Taylor.