The Ceramics Congress – sign up now!

The next Ceramics Congress will be between October 14th – 20th.
There are 27 workshops in total. 3 workshops will be put online per day – and each workshop will be online and free to watch for 24 hours.

Want to know more about what the workshops will offer? Check out the list of artists HERE.

Sign up HERE for this amazing annual online event!

upcoming symposia: Restating Clay

The ‘Ceramic Communities’ symposium will explore how sharing skills and ideas can lead to more supported and sustained artistic practice. There will be:

– Interactive workshops

– Film premiers of innovative arts practices

– An exhibition of interactive ceramic works

– Panel discussions in the Cardiff School of Art & Design Ceramics Archive

– Presentations exploring a diversity of models of collaborative practice, from conventional residencies/studio co-operatives to new innovations, with Haptic/Tacit, Collective Matter, Clayground Collective and Whitegold

– Posters illustrating the ‘About’, ‘Goals’ and ‘Methods’ of a diversity of creative practice.

Wed, 25 September 2019

National Centre for Ceramics Study, Wales

Wales Cardiff School of Art & Design, Cardiff Metropolitan University, Llandaff Campus Western Avenue Cardiff CF5 2YB United Kingdom

Full conference details HERE.



upcoming symposium: Made in Australia

Come and celebrate the Society’s 40th Anniversary at our three days Australiana symposium, “Made in Australia”. We have a fantastic line up of speakers including Stephen Bowers (contemporary Australian ceramic artist), John Hawkins (QLD opals in Australian jewellery) and Julian Bickersteth (conservation of Australian furniture). Richard Neville, Mitchell Librarian and Director of Education & Scholarship from the State Library of NSW will be talking about the library’s collection and showcasing its treasures. There will also be presentations from curators and our members.

Come and hear about contemporary ceramics, colonial and mid-century modern Australian furniture, convict artists, goldfields jewellery, female woodcarvers, china painting and pottery, quilts, conservation of important furniture, ceremonial maces, Queensland opals in jewellery and much more!

Full details and registration HERE.