Patrons & trustees
The BCB is primarily supported by The Clay Foundation (TCF), a registered charity set up by a group of trustees and patrons.
In February 2015, The Clay Foundation was established with the express purpose to build on the achievements of BCB and create a legacy for the City in a new cultural agency. TCF support us in delivering the British Ceramics Biennial and our year round programme of community and education work and in contemporary ceramics in Stoke-on-Trent.
Our Charity Number is: 1160430
About > Patrons & trustees
Director of Craftspace
Senior Curator Sculpture, Metalwork, Ceramics & Glass, Victoria and Albert Museum
Artist and a Research Fellow at the University of Westminster
Dean of the School of Creative Arts and Engineering at Staffordshire University
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