Exhibitions at All Saints Church
All Saints Church is our main hub and home to many of our 2023 Biennial exhibitions.
Exhibitions at AirSpace gallery
AirSpace gallery will be home to William Cobbing’s exhibition Social Substance.
Exhibitions at The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery
The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery will be home to Osman Yousefzada’s exhibition Embodiments of Memory.
Exhibitions at The Brampton Museum
The Brampton Museum will be home to Neil Brownsword’s exhibition Obsolescence and Renewal.
Top Form: Crafts in conversation with Fresh Talent residents (online)
Crafts in conversation Join Crafts editor Debika Ray as she talks to Dorcas Casey, Leora Honeyman and Nico Conti, three artists who were awarded residencies at…
Artist Talk – Copper Sounds
Copper Sounds are a Bristol-based duo. They use traditional and contemporary processes to explore the acoustic and resonant properties of clay.
Artist Talk – Dan Kelly
Dan Kelly studied at Camberwell School of arts and crafts in the mid-1970s. After Camberwell he went on to the Royal College of Art to extend his studies.
The Career of an Artist (In-person)
Join us for an insightful and candid panel discussion about the realities of being a contemporary artist. This in-person discussion will take place in…
Decoding Ceramics Symposium
Decoding Ceramics is the culmination and output of CRAFT, a 3 year project funded by the European Union bringing together 5 institutions; UAL London,…
Material Re-use and Viability (In-person)
In a world with diminishing natural resources artists, makers and designers are finding new sources of materials. Material Re-use and Viability This…
2023 British Ceramics Biennial Online Tour
Join us in an online tour of the British Ceramics Biennial 2023 exhibitions at All Saints Church. This guided tour will give you an insight into the work created for the biennial and introduce you to some of the outstanding artists presenting work this year.
Artist Talk – Nicola Tassie
Nicola Tassie initially studied painting at the central school of art but took up ceramics soon after completing her degree, establishing a studio in Hoxton in London in the 1980s.
Artist Talk – Rebecca Griffiths
Rebecca Griffiths is a London-based artist who uses clay to wrestle with the structures of the designed world and explore notions of time, ambiguity and growth.
The Decolonisation of Ceramics and Textiles (Online)
This panel discussion is a British Ceramics Biennial (BCB) and British Textile Biennial (BTB) partner event. Curator and artist Basil Olton will Chair this…
Obsolescence and Renewal – illustrated talk with artist Neil Brownsword
Neil Brownsword artist talk at The Brampton Museum In connection with his exhibition Obsolescence and Renewal, Professor Neil Brownsword will present a lecture about…
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