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Nao Matsunaga and Sarah Worgan have been announced as the winners of the British Ceramics Biennial's regular prizes, AWARD and FRESH at an awards ceremony in Stoke-on-Trent, the home of British ceramics.
Mary Greensted, former curator at Cheltenham Art Gallery & Museum and Chair of the Gloucestershire Guild of Craftsmen reflects on the opening of The Wilson and the Guild's new shop, The Guild at 51.
The third British Ceramics Biennial offers the chance to see what's new on the contemporary ceramics scene and admire the glory of Stoke-on-Trent's Spode factory.
Since the 1960s, Richard Notkin has been known for his powerful stonework. His art, he says, "adds to the universal protest against the insanities born of greed".
Ahead of her appearance at the International Ceramics Festival, the acclaimed young artist tells us why she loves watching the public get their hands on clay.
Ahead of her live attempt to create a bust of poet Dylan Thomas at this weekend's Ceramics Festival, Jitka Palmer tells us about her affinity for the strong-faced poet.
In the first of our series of interviews with artists taking part in this weekend's International Ceramics Festival in Aberystwyth, Stephen Dixon reflects on his pursuit of narrative.
Four British and one Korean potter present a powerful set of spheres - known as Moon Jars and dating back 130 years - in a quietly uplifting display in London.
Striking ceramics and colourful textile weaving from a pair of internationally acclaimed artists in a new exhibition at Cambridge's Lynne Strover Gallery.
An exhibition at the De Morgan Collection brings its guidng light - the inimitable Mrs Stirling, a remarkable Battersea resident, author and collector of Victorian art - to light.
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.
The £8 million development of York Art Gallery as a centre for studio ceramics has been given a boost by a £3.5 million grant from National Lottery through Arts Council England.
The third year of the prize for emerging applied artists announces Olympic Torch craftsman Edward Barber in a trio of judged for the set of five £7,500 commissions.
Hundreds of contemporary artists gave judges - including representatives from Tate Liverpool and Chatsworth House - some tough choices for this year's Fair at Spinningfields.