Discover Britain’s brightest ceramicists at this Autumn’s York Ceramics Fair, when leading potters from the UK and beyond will be showcasing a stunning selection of their beautifully hand-crafted pieces.
From vibrant to serene, minimal to magical, sculptural to utilitarian, expect to see hundreds of pots of all shapes and sizes – to fall in love with and take home. The fair takes place in the York Hospitium, a beautiful mediaeval building set in the leafy environs of Museum Gardens on the bank of the river Ouse in the heart of York.
This is a rare opportunity to buy beautifully hand-crafted pieces direct from 40 leading contemporary makers with something to suit all budgets!
Running alongside the fair is a discovery programme all about ceramics in collaboration with the Centre of Ceramic Art (CoCA). Get hands on and be inspired by live demonstrations with a chance to get your hands dirty on Saturday 23 November, whilst on Sunday 24 November a series of talks, conversations and demos from the makers themselves, will show you how raw clay can be pinched, carved, rolled, thrown and transformed through their craft.
This is a great opportunity to see madebyhandonline makers Justine Allison (pictured), Jill Shaddock and Fitch & McAndrew.
Adults £5.00, under 16s free
The Hospitium, Museum Gardens, York, YO30 7DR