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The dextrous potter and writer explores the age-old relationship between pottery and human burial rituals in a Cardiff display of beautiful vessels.
One of the later Japanese potters to work at the Leach is celebrated with a show celebrating the East-West flow of ideas began by Bernard Leach during the early 20th century.
Colourful earthenware, fantastical figures and minimalist forms all feature in a Suffolk Craft Society show featuring some of the county's best at Ipswich Town Hall Galleries.
Dozens of ceramics from ancient Cyprus have gone on show at The Fitzwilliam Museum in a must-see for potters and fans of medieval European sartorial finesse.
Oldham welcomes a display by the artist who was part of a generation of experimental sculptors during the 1950s, as well as a new permanent pottery gallery.
A playful show to spark the imagination for the opening one of the year at the Ferrers in Leicestershire, where visitors will be treated to beautiful sculptures celebrating nature.
Ahead of a major retrospective of his 60-year career next year, revered sculptor Gordon Baldwin picks key influences from York Art Gallery's collection for a new display.
Potter Chris Carter and archaeologist Martin Green collaborate for an exploration of Cranborne Chase, a plateau which stretches across Dorset, Wiltshire and Hampshire.
The second British Ceramics Biennial showcases a wide variety of ceramic art at the former Spode factory and the Potteries Museum and Art Gallery, as well as other locations across Stoke.
Former Jerwood Prize winner Philip Eglin and some of the best new UK ceramic talents head for the Potteries Museum and a former factory in Stoke-on-Trent.
Rhiannon Starr finds furniture, ceramics, coloured glass and filters of oil in a ten-artist show in London.
The British Ceramics Biennial returns to Stoke-on-Trent for autumn 2011 with six weeks of exhibitions, site-specific installations, artist residencies and creative responses to the region’s......
The international art fair for contemporary objects returns to the Saatchi Gallery, London, presented by the Crafts Council.
Ceramics made by Picasso in France and given to Leicester by the Attenboroughs go on show at the New Walk Museum.
The potter extraordinaire, whose newly-acquired works form the centrepieces of an exhibition curated by local young people, has led a workshop for 20 of Manchester Art Gallery's teenage creative......