Ceramics and Craft
Keep up to date with ceramics and craft news and exhibition reviews from UK museums and galleries and explore the latest listings, websites and resources highlighting Britain's great ceramics and craft collections and practitioners.
There's a strong sense of social history in our Pot of the Week - a bell ringer's jug, which in 1825 helped local bell ringers drink 150 litres of beer at the Mayor’s expense.
A Meissen China teapot once owned by Mrs Hester Thrale - a good friend of Dr Johnson - is our Pot of the Week.
We launch our new weekly series celebrating the amazing ceramics in museums across the UK with this first Pot of the Week: A nineteenth century Harvest Jug from the Museum of English Rural Life in Reading.
Hannah Tounsend has won the FRESH 2015 award at the British Ceramics Biennial for her series of printed vessels inspired by the weatherworn surfaces of the British coastline.
Fancy yourself a bit of a budding ceramicist? Or just think you'd like to get creative on a potter's wheel? We've chosen some of the best pottery courses classes and workshops in the UK where you can ......
Sam Bakewell wins British Ceramics Biennial AWARD with "pseudo shaman's hut" full of mysterious objects
Sam Bakewell wins the British Ceramics Biennial Award for his beguiling ceramic installation Imagination Dead Imagine.
From a quilt created by early 20th century Indian freedom fighter Surya Sen to the artists who perceived themselves as working in "craft ghettos" during the 1970s, Angelika Rusbridge takes a look at......
Marking the contribution of the women of the Darby family to the industrial revolution in Coalbrookdale, the famous Iron Bridge will be covered in hundreds of multi-coloured rags this weekend.
The artisans of the factory floor are celebrated by Neil Brownsword at the British Ceramics Biennial as he re-apprentices himself to a flower maker, master engraver and painter.