Ceramics and Craft
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Staff at Christchurch Museum, in Ipswich, want a four or five-year-old boy to see the restoration of the jug he was upset to have accidentally smashed last summer.
As Aberystwyth's International Ceramics Festival prepares to open its doors on a weekend of lectures, demonstrations, exhibitions, firings and stalls, we look at the work and ideas of ten very different international ceramicists taking part.
An Historic Scotland commissioned restoration of a set of tapestries as part of a larger proposal to renovate the palace of James V has been unveiled at Stirling Castle.
Chinese ceramics have a constantly evolving position within the wider contemporary arts scene and have moved away from their original craft status, says Jared Fitzgerald ahead of Masterpiece London......
With British Flowers Week in full swing at Covent Garden Flower Market the Garden Museum is highlighting the work of five of Britain's top floral artists. Meet them and their flowers here.
As the Affordable Art Fair attempts persuade people to invest in something more lasting than beer and shoes a new study finds that we spend barely any money on original art.
A Magna Carta for the common(s) people: Cornelia Parker's Wikipedia Embroidery unveiled at British Library
Cornelia Parker’s major embroidery installation of Magna Carta is about to go on display at the British Library - here's a sneak preview.
We select ten makers to watch out for as the Craft Council's International Art Fair, COLLECT 2015, gets ready to open at the Saatchi Gallery
A new group show, including Blair Cahill, Cheryl Papasian, Necole Schmitz and Alex J Wood, explores the role of craft techniques within contemporary art.
Ceramic artist and founder of Ceramic Art London, Jack Doherty, makes the case for ceramics as a fine art ahead of this weekend's fair at the Royal College of Art.
Ahead of this weekend's Ceramic Art London at the Royal College of Art we select ten ceramic artists you should watch out for.