Oxford Ceramics Fair is returning to St Edward’s for this longstanding event, favourite with makers and buyers alike.
This year Craft Potters Association will present more exhibitors than ever before. As usual, the show will include a full program of talks and demonstrations in the beautiful John Pawson designed pavillion.
Oxford Ceramics Fair presents mainly British studio ceramics but there are European potters as well. It is know for its incredibly high standard of work, very knowledgeable visitors and great atmosphere.
Amongst the exhibitors you will find leading British studio pottery makes. For instance: Anna Lambert, Svend Bayer, Lisa Hammond, Sue Hannah, Tony Laverick, Karen Bunting. In addition, CPA will also present a number of emerging makers. Therefore you can expect an interesting selection of various pottery techniques and styles.
I am delighted to say that will be exhibiting at Oxford Ceramics Fair for the first time!
26th – 27th October
St Edward’s School, Oxford, OX2 7NN
St Edward’s School is just over a mile from Oxford city centre. There is visitors parking for those driving.
Moreover, the school refectory will be open for snacks and hot and cold drinks
Saturday 10.00 – 17.00
Sunday 10.00 – 17.00
This event tends to get very busy with visitors.
Admission is just £5.00. You can buy tickets at the door or online by visiting:
Art in Clay is a show that needs no introduction to anyone who is serious about pottery, ceramics and clay!
Celebrating 25 years in 2019, this show is now one of the most important ceramic events in Europe.
Art in Clay showcases some of the finest ceramics currently being made by individual potters in the UK and continental Europe. This outdoor summer event is held in marquees in the beautiful parklands of Hatfield House. Over 200 exhibitors will be showing and selling their work, many also doing talks and demonstrations.
Art in Clay brings a huge variety of styles and techniques. You will be able to admire and buy functional and decorative pottery, dinnerware, sculpture, garden pieces. The aim of the event is to bring a wide range of ceramics to wider audience, members of public as well as known collectors. The exhibitors include leading national and international makers as well as relative newcomers and imaginative students. If you are a potter, there is also a selection of trade stands. Therefore you will be able to stock up on books, tools, glazes or even wheels and kilns.
This year will be the third time I’m exhibiting at Hatfield and I will be delighted to bring my new collection of work.
16th 17th 18th August 2019
Hatfield House Hertfordshire AL9 5NQ
Friday – Saturday: 10.00- 17.30
Sunday: 10.00 – 17.00
Hatfield has good connection with London, frequent trains run from Kings Cross and Finsbury Park. If you are driving, there is plenty of parking space on the grounds of Hatfield House.