The 2023 British Ceramics Biennial has come to a close.
The Biennial took place over six weeks from 23 September to 5 November 2023 across four venues in Stoke-on-Trent and Newcastle-under-Lyme. From spotlighting the UK’s leading ceramicists to introducing work by international artists and fresh new talent, the Biennial celebrated the creative potential of clay for storytelling, playfulness, risk-taking and activism to critical acclaim.
The next Biennial will take place in Autumn 2025.
British Ceramics Biennial is proud to be an Arts Council National Portfolio Organisation and is supported by the City of Stoke-on-Trent Council and Staffordshire University.
Vacancy: Head of Business Services (0.7 FTE)
The British Ceramics Biennial (BCB) is seeking to appoint a person to the role of Head of Business Services to lead on the development and implementation of business plans and strategies to drive BCB’s vision and mission.
Vacancy: Transferer Project Co-ordinator
The British Ceramics Biennial (BCB) is seeking to recruit a Project Co-ordinator to lead on the second part of delivery for the Transferer Project funded by Paul Hamlyn Foundation.
BCB Player highlights
Award films 2023 – Jasmine Simpson
There are devils in my house by Jasmine Simpson is inspired by 16th Century Hellmouth fireplaces which featured ceramic sculptures of little devils.
Award films 2023 – Mella Shaw
Sounding Line by Mella Shaw focuses on the overuse of marine sonar which is having a devastating effect on deep-diving whale species.
Award Films 2023 – Copper Sounds
Sequenced Ceramics by artistic duo Copper Sounds is an intimate sonic installation in which ceramics are played by mechanical beaters.
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