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Ruthanne Tudball in Taipei at Museum of National Taipei University of Education 1st - 28th February 2019 solo exhibition

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Regular Pottery Courses by Suleyman Saba - 29th January to 31st December, 2018
Students will learn about preparing clay and different techniques of ceramics from pinch pots and coiled pottery, to slab building and throwing. Students are also guided on aspects of decoration and glazing. 
Lindy Barletta weekday Courses in East Sheen - 1st January to 31st December, 2018
Studio Pottery Making techniques: A terms course covers a project in each - pinching, coiling, slab building and throwing.

CERAMIC ART LONDON: 8-10 April 2016


This will be a great show with many top ceramicists showing new and exciting work! Not to be missed, in our view. The show is in a new location at Central St. Martins new home at 1 Granary Square, London, N1C 4AA.

More details:

Peter Beard, Chair of the Ceramic Art London Organising Committee comments “2016 marks an especially exciting year for Ceramic Art London, and we’re delighted to announce our new collaboration with Central Saint Martins. As a world leading centre for art and design, CSM is the perfect venue for Ceramic Art London’s ceramic artists to showcase their latest work. The rise in popularity of ceramics over the past year has been perceptible across the mainstream media as much as in public and commercial contemporary art spheres, and we’re hoping this will encourage an even more diverse audience to experience the fair this year”

- Over eighty of the world’s most talented ceramicists to exhibit and sell work at this year’s fair, incorporating both noted stars and emerging talent

-  Central Saint Martins relationship further reinforced through special Guest Exhibition of current students’ work and curated programme of events comprising workshops, talks and film screenings

Ceramic Art London provides a unique platform for 88 emerging and established ceramicists from across the world to present and sell their latest work. The 2016 edition of the fair will see internationally recognised ceramic artists exhibit alongside dynamic, up-and-coming makers representing countries including Germany, France, Ireland, Japan, South Korea, Australia, Denmark and Spain.

Artists will showcase items ranging from functional everyday home ware, to figurative sculpture, presenting pieces of unparalleled breadth and quality, rigorously selected by an independent committee. Exhibited works will encompass the full range of ceramic-making techniques, from traditional methods to cutting-edge contemporary processes.

An artist-led fair, Ceramic Art London facilitates the unique chance to buy pieces directly from the makers. With prices ranging from £30 to £10,000, the event provides a personalised experience catering to all collecting budgets and interests.

A lively programme of free events will also be staged on each day of the fair, curated by Central Saint Martins. The renowned series, entitled CLAYTALKS@CAL, will comprise talks, demonstrations, film screenings, debates and panel discussions designed to afford visitors an insight into current issues, working practices and techniques involved in the creation of ceramic art.

See a list of artists taking part and full programme. or go to the CAL website: www.ceramics.org.uk

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4. Myung Nam An, Beetle Series – Yellow Beetle, Slip casting and hand building, 60 x 35 x 13 cm.

3. Jin Eui Kim, OPject – Reversal no.18, D:39.7cm x H: 7.5cm, Earthenware, Wheel-thrown, painted 18 different tones of engobe

2. Emily Gardiner, That Monday Feeling (group shot) – large 23 x 15cm, small 16 x 11cm - variable glaze protrusions max height 30cm.

1.  Rebecca Appleby, A Response to, and re-Imagination of the City Exploring Architecture, Urban Fabric, Decay and Industrial Archaeology, 30 x 28 x 26 cm.

Opening Hours: Friday 8 April, 10am – 6pm; Saturday 9 April, 10am – 6pm; Sunday 10 April, 10am – 5pm
Venue: Central Saint Martins, 1 Granary Square, London, N1C 4AA
Tickets: Single Visit – £15; Concessions – £12 (Children 12 – 16 years; Full time students; Senior Citizens; Unemployed; Wheelchair Users; CPA Members); Three Day Pass – £35 (Valid for re-admission throughout CAL 2016); All tickets include a free exhibition guide and catalogue

Posted on March 30 2016 under Event Previews, News, News about Makers.