Ceramics and Craft
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As Ceramic Art London prepares to introduce the public to over 80 talents in contemporary studio ceramics we take look at four studio potters exhibiting for the first time this year.
Curator's Choice: A hidden section of a 17th century tapestry cartoon found in a seam at Chatsworth House
Hidden panels of the earliest examples of the English tapestry industry, based on Raphael's cartoons, have been found at Chatsworth House. Textile technician Amy Secker tells us more.
El Anatsui review: From Nigeria to London, celebrated artist brings complex creations to October Gallery
Ghanain master alchemist El Anatsui counts tropical woods and railway sleepers among his materials. His new exhibition, at London’s October Gallery, is a rare opportunity to see works by this artistic sage, says Chelsea Garner-Ferris.
The V&A presents a survey of work by the influential British potter Alison Britton, spanning her career over the last 40 years and featuring more than 60 pieces.
Artist's Statement: Becky Dodman on psychedelic contemporary knitting and the 90s dance and rave scene
With an interest in the transition from the old to the new, artist Becky Dodman's Metamorphosis project creates knitwear reflecting British neo-paganism and ritualistic ceremonies.
Forty Hall opens its exhibition programme for 2016 with an exploration of the edgier side of one of the most ancient constructed textiles - felt.
Artist's Statement: Dr Emma Neuberg, the founder of Slow Textiles, on pushing the boundaries of textiles
As her new show at Plymouth College of Art opens, the leading textile artist says the medium has an important play to role in fine art - inspired by Tate Modern's Sonia Delaunay exhibition.
Feast your eyes on a beautiful selection of pots from the Leach Pottery, including sagger fired stoneware by John Leach and Japanese stoneware by Shinsaku Hamada and his son Tomoo.
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.