Sites for Study

New to the blog I’ve added a list of sites where ceramics may be pursued, at one level or another, here in Aotearoa and around the world, virtually or personally. Most residential courses charge for attendance unless one applies for and receives a scholarship covering attendance. These don’t always cover all and accommodation may be extra. Fares still need to be covered by the attendee. Many of the USA centres are ex-hippie communities transformed to contemporary residential art centres and usually located in beautiful rural areas. They employ highly reputed, top level, teachers usually drawn from University courses or independent studio artists and often feed students into tertiary courses for ceramics.

There will be many more, these are what I can recall at present but should anyone know of more then please send in so anyone can access.

www.craftaotearoa.blogspot.com   News on the craft front for NZ

www.accessceramics.org  –  ceramics images, USA based

INTERNATIONAL

www.ceramicsireland.org  –  like it says and via this can access all UK news

www.ceramic.dk  –  Denmark’s international ceramics centre at Guldagergaard.

www.icshu.org Hungary’s international ceramics centre

www.wocef.com  –  Korea’s ceramics centre

www.ceramics.ntpc.gov.tw  –  Taiwan ceramics including the International  Museum

www.aic-iac.org International Academy Ceramics – Geneva based organisation

www.medalta.org  – crafts centre in Saskatchewan, Canada

www.banffcentre.ca  –  Canadian multi-arts/residencies centre

www.transartists.org  –  international site for artists residencies of all sorts.

USA

www.petersvalley.org  –  craft centre for residential classes in New Jersey, USA

www.watershedceramics.org  –  residential courses etc in N.E. USA.

www.andersonranch.org  –  Ceramics centre with wide range of classes in Colorado,

www.archiebray.org  –  Montana, USA residence centre for ceramics

www.theclaystudio.org  –  Philadelphia based ceramics centre

www.penland.org  –  crafts centre in North Carolina, USA

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  1. Hi Moyra, thanks for sharing your knowledge of these sites. A treasure trove of information! Thanks also for including Craft Aotearoa’s blog. Look forward to your presentation at 7UP Talkfest in a couple of weeks.
    Jenna

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