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Events Calendar 2005

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. Note: Events should have a web site promoting them, that can be linked to. Events may run beyond the starting month. Entries of past events may be retained if interesting material is available on the respective web sites (see archive).



Collaborations with Chaos
work by Steve Irvine in clay and photography at the Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery in Owen Sound, Ontario Canada. Explores the parallels between Chaos Theory and the creative process.
Where: Owen Sound, Ontario Canada

AKAR Gallery
Exhibition: Jeff Oestreich, April 8-21.
Where: Iowa City, IA, USA

3rd World Ceramic Biennale
'Ceramics: The Vehivle of Culture'. From April 23rd - June 19th.
Where: Icheon, Gwanju, Yeoju, Korea


Ceramic Art London 2005
a major new event in the ceramics calendar, will take place on May 6-8, 2005. Meet 80 of the best contemporary makers; See the future of ceramics in a Royal College of Art student exhibition; Enjoy a wide range of talks, demonstrations and films.
Where: Royal College of Art, London, UK


Mesa Verde Black-on-white Pottery Workshop
Participants gain a hands-on understanding of how pottery was produced hundreds of years ago. Under the direction of two gifted craftsmen and scholars at Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, you'll create replica vessels of local clay, forming them by hand using the coil-construction method of the ancients. June 19-25.
Where: Cortez, CO, USA

AKAR Gallery
Exhibition: Richard Swanson, June 3-14.
Where: Iowa City, IA, USA

International Ceramic Art Conference, Yixing China 2005
Visit the Pottery Capital of China, and the Teapot Center of the World. Learn the unique techniques of Yixing ceramics, Meet the national masters of China and many other artists, See the town of hundreds of thousands of potters and the teapot market, Observe the teapot history and tea culture. June 2-4, 2005.
Where: Yixing, China

Seagrove International Ceramics Conference (email)
' Crossraods : Tradition and Change'. June 5-10.
Where: Seagrove, NC, USA


International Ceramics Festival 2005
Demos, kiln building, lectures etc. 1-3 July, Aberystwyth Arts Centre.
Where: Aberystwyth, Wales UK


UK Calendar of Events
A comprehensive list of ceramics events in the UK - too numerous to list here!
Where: All over the UK

Festival Network Online (FNO)
The USA’s largest “real time” web portal for detailed information on art shows, arts and craft shows, music festivals and other events.
Where: All over the USA

Archive - Ongoing & past events of interest

The Naked Truth
2004 International Woodfire Conference, organized by Gary Hootman. Sept. 15-18. Many well known international ceramists will be demonstrating or speaking at this event, including Jeff Shaprio, Tjorborn Kvasbo, Ryoji Koie and many others.
Where: Cedar Rapids, Iowa, USA

Woodfire 2004
An exhibition featuring Josh DeWeese, Jason Hess, Ben Krupka,
Jayson Lawfer, and Sam Taylor, 2 July- 31 July. PDF brochure.
Where: Missoula, Montana, USA

Adelaide Paul
Exhibition at Garth Clark Gallery from 25 May. Paul's works in porcelain explore animal rights and man's complex relationship to pets.
Where: NYC

International Museums Day 2004
Various events including exhibitions and workshops at the Keramikmuseum Westerwald. 16 May - 13 June.
Where: Höhr-Grenzhausen, Germany

Clay Space Place
An exhibition of new work by ceramic artists Rina Peleg at the Hope Street Gallery, Brooklyn, New York. May 22 - July 4.
Where: Brooklyn, New York

"Out of the Fire" Kiln-Building Workshops
May 16-22 & May 23-June 4, 2004 East Tennessee State University Art Annex. Four distinctly different kilns will be built, directed by guest artists who are expert in each area of kiln design.
Where: Johnson City, TN

The Artful Teapot
250 objects include interpretations of teapots by painters Roy Lichtenstein and David Hockney, sculptors Arman and Michael Lucero, and ceramic artists Betty Woodman and Adrian Saxe, as well as works by more than 100 other artists.
Where: Mint Museum, Charlotte, NC

From the Kilns of Denmark: Contemporary Danish Ceramics
The exhibit is a showcase of extraordinary diversity of technique and style and an equally extraordinary uniformity of excellence in the works on display.

  • Berlin, Germany: April 6 - May 31 2004

The Glory of Baroque Dresden
A $9.5 million project appearing exclusively in Jackson during 2004, consists of more than 400 magnificent works from the State Art Collections Dresden and reflects Baroque art during the time of August the Strong and his son August III, electors of Saxony and kings of Poland.
Where: Jackson, Mississippi

Uraguchi Masayuki Celadon Exhibition
Close to 100 works of celadon ceramic artist Uraguchi Masayuki in his world debut, online and here in our Mishima gallery. An in-depth interview with the artist will be on www.e-yakimono.net.
Where: Mishima, Japan

Angela Mellor
Ocean Light - translucent bone china installation. 28 November - 14 January.
Where: Perth, Australia

'Cup 2003' - 3rd International Triennial Of Ceramics
Organized by the Serbian Association of Applied Arts Artists and Designers, this competition will be held in Belgrade, Serbia, from December 27, 2003 - January 20, 2004.
Where: Belgrade, Serbia

Pioneers of Modern Ceramics: Colin Pearson at 80
November 16 to December 21, 2003.
Where: Heidelberg, Germany

British Studio Ceramics
A unique opportunity to see a superb range of pots that show the
development of studio ceramics in Britain over the last 100 years. About 70 pieces will be on show, including classic examples by well-known names such as Bernard Leach, Lucie Rie and Hans Coper, as well as less familiar potters, like Geoffrey Whiting and Malcolm Pepper. The exhibition coincides with the publication of British Studio Ceramics by Paul Rice and all of the pots on display feature in this book.
Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire, UK

Japanese Tea Bowl Masterwork Show & Lecture
in cooperation with the New Mexico Museum of International Folk Art, June 13 - August 31, 2003.
Where: Santa Fe, New Mexico.

Nobuhiko Fukushima
showcases the spectacular silver-on-black "firefly" glaze invented by Nobuhiko Fukushima, who named his kiln in Echizen the Firefly Kiln. March 7 - April 2
Where: Santa Fe, NM, USA

Aberswyth International Ceramics Festival
4-6 July. Presented by North and South Wales potters.
Aberswyth, Wales, UK

Crossroads of Cultures
Open International Ceramics Symposium with invited guest artists PETERIS MARTINSONS (Latvia), ILONA ROMULE (Latvia), FRANK STEYAERT (Belgium) and ANTAL PAZMANDI (Hungary) - featuring a series of lectures and demonstrations by the invited artists.
Where: Kecskemét, Hungary

Show5 - Carol McNicoll
A unique collaboration of five venues highlighting the work and careers of five UK artists from the contemporary crafts arena. The City Gallery hosts Carol McNicoll's highly distinctive and eccentric hand-built and cast ceramics for the domestic interior. 6 Sept - 1 Nov 2003.
Where: The City Gallery, Leicester, UK

2 a TEA
Inspired by the Cultural Center’s hosting of "The Artful Teapot", we expect to present between 30 and 50 teapots ranging from the precious to the whimsical. Until 27th December.
Where: Function+Art Gallery, Chicago, IL

Luo Xiaoping: The Time Square Series
Luo Xiaoping is an internationally renowned Chinese artist living in Yixing, Jiangsu Province. Time Square Series will showcase twenty-four figures of world political leaders. October 3, 2003 through February 7, 2004.
Where: Arizona State University Art Museum, Tempe, AZ

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