MOST USEFUL LINKS
International Academy of Ceramics
The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Art (NCECA)
The Swiss Ceramics Association
Craft Potters Association, UK
KERAMEIKON, Croatian Ceramic Association
Ateliers D'Art de France Foundation
Residencies in Art Centers
European Ceramic Workcentre, Holland
The European Ceramic Work Centre is an international workplace where artists, designers and architects explore the technical and artistic possibilities of ceramics. The ekwc operates as an artist-in-residence centre and as a centre of excellence. Its aim is to promote the development of ceramic art, design and architecture.
International Ceramic Research Center, Guldagergaard DK
Guldagergaard offers an international environment and state of the art facilities. We provide professional support within a concentrated work period and encourage dialogue and the exchange of knowledge, ideas and research about materials and techniques. The Artists-in-Residence programme is the most important aspect of the center.
The International Ceramics Studio (ICS) -Kecskemet, Hungary
The mission of the studio is to promote the formal, aesthetic and technological development of ceramics and to help foster creative skills. The studio is open to the challenges of all ceramic art, research, design and experimentation.
AIR Vallauris, France
Located in the heart of the old town Vallauris, A.I.R. Vallauris (Artists in Residence), a non-profit association, welcomes artists from around the world to its lodgings and studios to meet with local artists and to research and create new works in a unique setting.
The Banff Center for the Arts, Alberta, Canada
Canada's arts and cultural organization providing multidisciplinary programming and advancing the practice of artists and leaders. It also serves as a centre of excellence in convening conferences and meetings.
The Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park, Japan
Since its inception in 1992, the Institute of Ceramic Studies has provided an opportunity for ceramic artists from around the world to work freely in the environment of Shigaraki. Since there is no curriculum as such, artists are free to pursue their work in our creative space according to their own schedule.
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