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London Potters Guild
London, Ontario, Canada.

Michigan Ceramic Art Association
Established in 1958 in southeastern Michigan, the association has grown to a statewide organization.

Minnesota Clay USA
Online catalogue and gallery, newsletters.

The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts.

New Mexico Potters Association
An organization of people interested in the ceramic arts in New Mexico, USA. We hold shows, workshops, have a newsletter and more.

New Zealand Society of Potters
The official website for the New Zealand Society of Potters which has a membership of over 400 professional and amateur potters and ceramic artists from all over New Zealand.

North Wales Potters
North Wales Potters - the association for potters and ceramic artists in Wales

Nottingham Center for the Arts
A non-profit center for the studio arts offering workshops, programs, classes, studio space and scholarships.

Orchard Valley Ceramic Arts Guild
A community of working potters in the San Francisco bay area.

Oregon Ceramic Association
The Oregon Ceramic Association is a non-profit organization which promotes the ceramic arts in all its forms.

Oregon Potters Association
A group of potters working in Oregon and Southwest Washington, USA.

Ottawa Guild of Potters
A Canadian non-profit organization to further the knowledge of
ceramics and support the work of area potters.

Porcelain Enamel Institute
This is the trade association of the porcelain enamel industry in North America.

Potteries of Trenton Society
A New Jersey non-profit organization dedicated to the study and preservation of Trenton's ceramic past.

Potters' Association of Namibia
Fostering the art and craft of pottery and ceramics in every way; to encourage the development, recognition, appreciation of such pottery and ceramics.

Potters Council of The American Ceramic Society
Potters Council is a nonprofit subsidiary of The American Ceramic Society. It was founded in 2001 to serve the needs of potters, ceramic artists by providing forums for knowledge exchange and professional enhancement. Potters Council is entirely governed by volunteer members.

Potters for Peace
seek to build an independent, non-profit, international network of potters concerned with peace and justice issues, principally through interchanges involving potters of the (overdeveloped) North and (underdeveloped) South.

Potters' Guild of Hamilton & Region
The Guild consists of over 200 members ranging from student, to hobby, to full-time professional potters and from collectors to suppliers. Meetings are held in the Carnegie Gallery, 10 King St. in Dundas, Ontario, Canada.

Potters' Guild of New Jersey
The organization provides its members opportunities to participate in monthly meetings, educational demos and workshops, Guild-sponsored shows, a lending library and other activities promoting the development of New Jersey's ceramic artists and the exchange of knowledge in support of their creative endeavors.

Potters' Society of Australia
A national, non-profit organisation representing the interests of practicing professional ceramists, students of ceramics and all those interested in Australian ceramics.

Prince George Potters' Guild
Established in 1976, the Guild has a long, rich history of teaching, camaraderie, and sharing, turning out some of British Columbia's' finest clay artists.

Rufford Craft Centre what's this?
Rufford Craft Centre: One of premier contemporary Galleries in the UK originates exhibitions by leading artists and craftspeople. Including, ceramics and pottery, textiles, glass, jewellery and other applied arts. Excellent web site!

San Diego Potters Guild
Member owned retail gallery and studio is located in Spanish Village within Balboa Park, next to the San Diego Zoo. Members have a large patio sale twice a year on the second full weekend in June and November showing over 100 tables of various types of handmade and thrown ceramics.

Scottish Potters Association
The Scottish Potters Association, founded in 1974, is one of the oldest organisations in Scotland providing vital support to ceramics.

South Australian Studio Potters Club Inc.
S elf funded gallery and large workshop, with a fifty year
history of potting in South Australia

South Wales Potters
The first and largest regional ceramics society in the UK,
with over 100 members. We welcome everyone interested in ceramics.

Studio Pottery UK
Information on British studio ceramics for the collector, potter and galleries.

Swedish Ceramic Society
Info on the society with an emphasis on technical ceramics.

Taiwan Ceramics Net (TCN)
The Taiwan Ceramics Net (TCN) is a non-profit station for ceramic artists organized by the Chinese Ceramics Association Taiwan (CCAT). The TCN is a bilingual station (Chinese-English) with its primary language being Chinese.

Tasmanian Potters Society
Our aims are to stimulate interest in pottery (more often called ceramics today) and to encourage and support a wide cross-section of potters from students to professionals.

UK Potters
Provides a service for UK based potters and those interested in pottery.

Victorian Ceramic Group
An Australian regional ceramics group established in 1969. The Group aims to encourage higher standards of excellence through workshops, lectures and exhibitions.

The Washington Potter's Association
The WPA was started in 1983 by 12 individuals with the purpose of promoting better communication among potters throughout the state. Membership is open to all who work with clay, and has grown from the original dozen to more than 250.

World Crafts Council
A nonprofit, nongovernmental organization. Its purpose is to strengthen the status of crafts, to promote fellowship among the craftspeople of the world and to foster economic development through income generating activities.

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