British Ceramics Biennial is involved in a number of international projects working with organisation and initiatives across Europe and with partners in India, Korea, and China supporting artists exchange programmes.
Through these programmes we are able to bring artists, artworks and international perspectives to Stoke-on-Trent and to the critical attention of Festival audiences. As part of reciprocal exchange projects, we seek to give opportunity for UK artists to travel abroad, supporting both the development of ceramics practice and reaching new audiences on local and global platforms.
Annual projects > International exchange
British Ceramics Biennial and Korea Ceramic Foundation (KOCEF) have an agreement to support an artists exchange programme 2017- 2021. The connection with Korea was
BCB has been involved in developing links with India since the first biennial in 2009 when “Earthen Vessels” an exhibition of pots from Gujarat