Date Posted: 10 Apr
Our media partner, Ceramic Review, is offering free access to their digital archive until Friday 24 April. During this time they're also running a digital scavenger hunt competition, with three amazing prizes to be won. Visit the Ceramic Review website to access the archive and join in the competition.
Date Posted: 20 Mar
As CAL2020 was cancelled we're bringing you work that you would have seen over the weekend.
We have beautiful pieces from our amazing exhibitors, available to buy direct from the makers.
Be sure to follow us on social media to keep up to date with the latest in #virtualCAL
Date Posted: 19 Mar
While the weekend event was cancelled, you can still by the CAL2020 catalogue for £5 and support Ceramic Art London!
Date Posted: 14 Mar
Following a change in guidance from the UK Government, and monitoring the evolving situation regarding the impact of COVID-19 on public events, we regret to announce that Ceramic Art London will not be taking place next week.
Date Posted: 25 Feb
The talks programme is always of big interest to CAL regulars. Programmed by Duncan Hooson of Central Saint Martins, it covers a gamut of topics, recognising major contributions (Dame Magdalene Odundo, Christie Brown), examining new areas of practice (Dr Guan Lee, CJ O'Neill), and looking at the social impact of clay (Tessa Peters, Simeon Featherstone, Claudia Clare). There's more on offer as well, head over to the Claytalks page to view the full programme.
Date Posted: 23 Jan
After a sellout in 2019, this year's CAL is bigger than ever, with 20 new stalls, more new faces, a new exhibition area showcasing contemporary developments in ceramic practise, and a live demonstration area, in addition to our ever-popular Claytalks programme, ceramics bookshop and toolshop and the usual top class selection of exhibitors.
Date Posted: 23 Jan
CAL is expanding in size, including a major new area in the Crossing
- 20 additional stands for 2020
- 34 first-time exhibitors
- New BCB Pavilion showcasing highlights from Stoke's British Ceramics Biennial
- Live demonstrations running throughout the weekend
- ClayTalks series featuring Dame Magdalene Odundo and Great Pottery Throw Down judge Sue Pryke