Ceramics and Craft
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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.
The British Ceramics Biennial in Stoke on Trent features the work of over 150 artists, most of them exhibiting in the city's old Spode Factory. Richard Moss chooses his six favourites.
The Great Bath Bake Off is back at the 7th century abbey, with experts including the Baking Appreciation Society and the Mothers' Union attempting to outdo each other.
With the autumn/winter exhibition season here, Culture24 picks the best Scottish exhibitions of 2015 to catch between now and Christmas.
Ceramic artist Lawrence Epps will be testing the resolve of art lovers by inviting them to gamble his latest ceramic art giveaway in a slot machine filled with yet more art goodies at Firstsite in......
A new three-day selling fair of contemporary British studio ceramics takes place in York next month. Here are ten ceramic artists to whet your appetite.
Edmund de Waal will be exploring the colour white this autumn in a timed-entry exhibition in the Royal Academy's Reading Library and Print Room.
Object of the Week: A Japanese potters' kiln inspired by 6th century Koreans and set up in an Oxford wood
This 11-metre-long, roofed-tunnel kiln promises to look like a large fiery dragon as flames and smoke billow from holes running along both sides.