Skip to main content

Ceramic Art London 2017


Written by
Published date
28 March 2017

Having made its home at Central Saint Martins last year, Ceramic Art London returns to the College this week, showing 31 March – 2 April

2017 has been a busy time for ceramics at Central Saint Martins; the arrival of Ceramic Art London follows BA Ceramic Design’s centenary exhibition Craftsmanship Alone is Not Enough as well as alum Nam Tran’s starring turn in The Great Pottery Throw Down. This weekend brings ninety ceramists and their work to the College – some of whom such as Akiko Hirai, Sevak Zagarian, Agalis Manessi and Charlotte Pack are alumni of BA Ceramic Design as well as Kathryn Hearn who ran the course for many years.

Work by Charlotte Mary Pack

Work by Charlotte Mary Pack

For those who missed Craftsmanship Alone is Not Enough, keep an eye out for an edited highlights on show in CAL. Alongside the exhibition, there is a programme of talks curated by Duncan Hooson, Stage One Course Leader on BA Ceramic Design. Highlights from the programme include Clare Twomey, Barnaby Barford, Paul Greenhalgh and, fresh from the second series of The Great Pottery Throw Down, Kate Malone.


More information: