Undercroft, The (Norwich) : Anglian Potters Norwich Exhibition

One of the regions' largest collaborative exhibitions of Ďall things clay'. Showcasing the work of more than 70 ceramic artists 

Now established as one of the regions' largest collaborative exhibitions of Ďall things clay' the Anglian Potters spring exhibition returns to the Undercroft Gallery in Norwich  It will showcase the latest work of more than 75 talented ceramic artists and transforms the Undercroft into an Aladdin's Cave of contemporary and traditional studio ceramics.

Entry is free and visitors are invited to come and browse, meet some of the potters and to enjoy the vast range of work on display.  With everything from hand-thrown studio pottery to wall-mounted pieces, jewellery and sculpture the exhibition is a riot of colour, texture and shape.   And, as this is a selling event, any purchases can be removed on the day.  

Ian Vance, who is the exhibition organiser as well as an exhibitor, explained: "Our Norwich event has been an on-going success thanks to the support of our visitors.  It is the largest collaborative exhibition that Anglian Potters organises and is made possible by the involvement of all the potters that have work on display".

The exhibition is open every day from 10am to 4.30pm.  

The Undercroft is at the back of Norwich market, at the Guildhall (north) end of the gardens.  Look out for the Anglian Potters banners.

Anglian Potters is one of the largest membership organisations for ceramic enthusiasts in the country and is run by and for ceramic makers and collectors.  The group has grown rapidly in recent years and runs a number of annual events providing an inclusive forum for enthusiasts at all levels.

Further information is available at www.anglianpotters.org.uk or via the group's Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @anglianpotters