Professional Practice – Ceramics Biennial

In looking at how to get my work ‘out there’ the ceramics biennial seemed like a good fit for my work, At the very least i lose nothing by trying. The British ceramics Biennial takes place in stoke on trent on September 26th to November 8th 2015, it is currently in its 4th year, and I believe it will a good opportunity to get my work noticed, and in a good public space, I shall hold off applying until I have resolved any issues with my lustres for my work, i have until July 6th to get my application in, so that will be my task as soon as my lustre issues are resolved.

 

What is FRESH?

FRESH is:

  • A curated survey exhibition of new ceramic work by recent graduates from UK Higher Education programmes.
  • Organised by the British Ceramics Biennial BCB and the National Association of Ceramics in Higher Education (NACHE).

Venue:  BCB Exhibition Space, the original Spode factory site, Stoke Town, Stoke-on-Trent.

FRESH will:

  • Promote the high quality work of graduates to a professional and public audience through a combination of visitors to the show, symposium, journal articles and reviews.
  • Represent the range of practice of graduates within the field, which is anticipated to include work from across the ceramic spectrum: studio pottery, tableware and industrial design, figurative and abstract sculpture and installation.
  • Provide an invaluable launch pad for the exhibitors as they embark on their professional careers.
  • Award commendations for three exhibitors demonstrating talent and professional potential in the disciplines of craft, design and fine art.

 

 

http://www.britishceramicsbiennial.com/

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