NEXUS: meetings at the edge at Ruthin Craft Centre looks at ways 21st-century makers are changing perceptions about their art forms.
New Art of Ceramics gallery will open at National Museum of Scotland in Spring 2019.
Scotland is hosting one of the largest exhibitions of Irish contemporary ceramics to be held outside of Ireland.
Grayson Perry’s pot ‘Mad Kid’s Bedroom Wall’ illustrates one of the reasons why a craft object is bought for a collection.
Craft Generation at St Fergus Gallery in Wick celebrates contemporary craft across the generations.
Patterns of Flora | Mapping Seven Raasay Habitats celebrates the diverse plant life of the remote Isle of Raasay
Selected at Edinburgh’s Dovecot is an opportunity to experience and buy contemporary craft.
The Scottish Potters Association 40th anniversary exhibition highlights and celebrates the diversity of Scottish ceramics.
The first UK solo retrospective of work by ceramic artist Barnaby Barford showcases twenty three sculptural works alongside the animated film Damaged Goods.
The connections between craft and printmaking are explored at Concrete Wardrobe during May and June.