The leading UK Potters Association with around 1,000 members, promoting excellence in studio pottery and ceramic art in the UK
Appledore Arts in Devon promotes the arts locally, has a 4 day festival and some first class ceramic artists.
The Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts is a public, nonprofit, educational institution founded in 1951 by brickmaker Archie Bray, who intended it to be "a place to make available for all who are seriously and sincerely interested in any of t
Now well established as one of the most important events in the British ceramics calendar. The Hatfield festival is host to over 200 ceramicists in August each year, while the Farnham show in November is of similar high quality, but smaller.
Contemporary visual arts information service with a national register of artists/makers, providing information about those living/working in Britain to a national/international audience via its database.
promotes ceramic art and design in a vibrant atmosphere of creativity for professional artists as well as the general public. Activities include: School for Ceramic Art, Galleries, Reference Library, special events and more courses.
The national arts service organization representing provincial craft councils, and the Canadian crafts sector in general.
The Schein-Joseph International Museum of Ceramic Art - The Museum is a teaching and research facility, one educational component of the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University.
The journal of the Craft Potters Society of Ireland
The aim of Sanbao is to promote an international art and cultural exchange by providing the opportunity for artists and artisans of the world to travel to China and to create art along side their Chinese counterparts.
Founded in 1948 to promote the best craftwork both nationally and internationally.
An independent organisation which promotes contemporary crafts in Great Britain
Excellent site, with lots of information
Represents over 400 member potters in Holland
The Farnham Pottery Trust has been established in order to preserve the historic Farnham Pottery buildings and develop their use to become a centre of ceramic excellence.
Website forthis major ceramics fair which takes place annually in Gouda, Holland and has grown to well over 100 potters participating, from many countries, as well as from Holland
Represents over 350 designers/makers in East London giving details/images of work/events and open studios - well worth taking the time to explore
The International Academy of Ceramics is the principal organisation representing the interests of ceramists worldwide.
Membership mainly individual makers, supported by writers and critics, Museum and gallery curators, and private collectors
The International Ceramics Studio (ICS) is a ceramic art centre located eighty kilometres south of the Hungarian capital, Budapest in Kecskemét. Well worth a look.
Keramikmuseum Westerwald, Höhr-Grenzhausen - A major German Ceramics Museum.
La Meridiana, an International Centre for Ceramics in Tuscany since 1981. It's vision is to offer a facility dedicated to a continual education in the ceramic arts and rich in Italian culture.
London based co-operative of 7 potters - ceramics for restaurants and dinner services. New site, worth exploring.
Putting public & potters together in large numbers to promote the sale of ceramics
Website of the retail outlet "Potters" a co-operative of 50 professional potters in Whiteladies Road Bristol . Website has details of individual members and pictures of their work, also details of how to become a member.
Useful, wide-ranging information about Scottish Art
New site with easy to access information on events and guild members
Easy to use site, with details of potter members contact details, event information and more
The De Morgan Centre for the study of 19th century art and society in south west London is a permanent home for work by William De Morgan, the Victorian ceramic artist and his wife Evelyn, the painter.
Stockist of Jason Wason's work
An arts education charity established to develop high quality contemporary craft and to inspire new audiences to engage with the art of making
Shigaraki pottery has thrived for twelve hundred years. The Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park was founded on the basis of this history, with the aim of providing a site for creative work interfacing with ceramic resources around the world.
The Society of Designer Craftsmen is the largest and oldest multi-craft society in Britain. The work of members ranges across all the craft disciplines. The aim of the Society is to emphasise designer-making where innovation, orginiality and quality
The College offers f/t Diploma programmes including the conservation/restoration of ceramics and short courses in pottery and ceramics.