Programme for Ceramics Practice as Research
The biennial starts in: 132 Days
PLATFORM is a series of talks, seminars and performances that will animate the six-week festival, each with a different theme.
Artists and Industry - A Constructive Relationship?
Britannia Stadium, Stoke-on-Trent
This seminar/discussion features key figures from both the ceramics industry and artists, designers and craftspeople.
It will focus on the different approaches to artists working with and within industry. Working from examples and experience of different initiatives the seminar/discussion will investigate different models, highlight successes and what lessons can be learnt to encourage future, productive partnerships.
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Ceramics Practice as Research
A NACHE event in association with the British Ceramics Biennial
21 October, 11am - 5pm
Staffordshire University and original Spode factory site
Timed to co-incide with FRESH - an exhibition of recent graduates from ceramic courses in UK Higher Education institutions, and a selection of current ceramics PhD research from UK institutions - this symposium will provide an opportunity to examine the nature of ceramics practice as research and explore current thinking and activity in the field.
Cost: £25 (concessions £15)
Tickets can also be booked by calling the Tourist Information Centre on 01782 236000
3 November, 3 - 6pm
Original Spode factory site
The Education Platform focuses on the promotion and use of ceramics and craft processes within formal and informal education, featuring case studies from the Crafts Council and Craftspace.
We want this platform to bring together artists, education professionals and policy makers to discuss the future of ceramics and craft within education, the benefits, barriers and possibilities.
This Platform event may be of interest to artists working within education settings, teachers, local education authority officers and youth workers.
This event has been postponed - contact email@example.com for further information.