6th Biannual Ceramics Festival
French Language web site on the Belgian Festival.
A trilingual art portal that provides visual artists with art deadlines,
as well as complementary information such as slide list registry
and ongoing portfolio review programs, all on an international scale.
of Carouge Prize
The Swiss City of Carouge hosts an international bienniel ceramics
competition, with a first prize money of EUR7,000.
ClayFeast Gulgong - Event
Clayfeast Gulgong took part from 29 April - 6 May 2001. This international
event was an exciting display of techniques and skills from ceramic
artists from all over the world.
Ceramic Show Information
Complete list of ceramic shows with ceramic supplies for sale and
information about each one.
Earth, Wheel and Fire 2005
International Juried Ceramics Exhibition. Slides & entry form
due date December 1, 2004.
and Shapes: The Narrative Vessel
An exhibition of narrative vessels at the AKAR Gallery in Iowa City,
IA, USA, juried by Dan Anderson of Edwardsville, Illinois. Please
view the prospectus!
Gold Coast International
Ceramic Art Award
An international competition with over $20,000 (AUD) in Awards,
collection and prize money. Conducted annually on the Gold Coast
in Queensland Australia.
The Dutch city of Gouda is not only known for its cheese - it also
hosts an annual international potter's festival and competition.
Amongst the events is the 'throwing the tallest vase' competition.
Ceramics Competition, Mino, Japan
Prestigous biennial competition.
Ceramics Festival Wales
Ceramics festival held every two years in Aberystwyth, Wales. Demonstrations,
lectures, slideshows, exhibitions, films etc.
Putting public and potters together in large numbers, to promote
the sale of ceramics currently being produced in small workshops
throughout the UK and mainland Europe.
Calendar of Events
A comprehensive list of ceramics events in the UK - too numerous
to list here!
WOCEF World Ceramic
To be held in Icheon, Yoju, and Kwangju in Kyonggi-do in 2005.
Past (but still of interest):
Applied Arts Prize 2001: Ceramics
The Jerwood Charitable Foundation and the Crafts Council will award
the Jerwood Applied Arts Prize 2001 for Ceramics. A £15,000 prize
will be awarded to the entrant who, in the opinion of the jury,
has made the most significant contribution to contemporary ceramics
in the UK. Their work should demonstrate commitment, excellence
and innovation over the past five years.
Biannual National Ceramic Invitational hosted by The Museum of Nebraska
Art in Kearney, Nebraska.