MAKERS MAKING CLAY EXTRAORDINARY

More than 60 of the UK’s leading potters &
ceramics makers will be
exhibiting and selling their ceramics at
the Oxford Ceramics Fair 2018
which is presented by the Craft Potters
Association of Great Britain (CPA).

Now in its 19th year, the event is again to
be held at St Edward’s School,
Woodstock Road, Oxford OX2 7NN
– Click for directions
on 
Saturday and Sunday
the 27th & 28th October
between 10am - 5.30pm (Saturday)
10am – 4.30pm (Sunday)
Tickets can be purchased at the door.

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Exhibitors

Surname: A – G

Justine            Allison

Svend Bayer

Peter Beard

Sally Bertram

Matthew Blakely

Dylan Bowen

Ben Brierley

Karen Bunting

Deirdre Burnett

Jonathan Chiswell Jones

Roger Cockram

Amy Cooper

Eddie Curtis

Margaret Curtis

Patia Davis

Francoise Dufayard

Carolyn Genders

Mark. Griffiths

Surname: H – M

James Hake

Lisa Hammond

Hwa Jeong Han

Ashraf Hanna

Sue Hanna

Richard Heeley

John Higgins

Akiko Hirai

Niek Hoogland

Paul Jackson

John Jelfs

Jude Jelfs

Sarah Jenkins

Phil Jolley

Jo Keogh

Katharina Klug

Tony Laverick

Wendy Lawrence

Roger Lewis

Jim Malone

Sara Moorhouse

Emily Myers

Surname: N – Z

Jitka Palmer

Stephen Parry

Richard Phethean

Antonia Salmon

Ken & Valerie Shelton

Irena Sibrijns

Barry Stedman

Yasuharu Tajima-Simpson

MidoriTakaki

Alison Tomlin

Ruthanne Tudball

Craig Underhill

Keith Varney

Rose Wallace

Paul Wearing

John Wheeldon

Richard Wilson

Maria Wojdat

Rachel Wood

Paul Young

Alistair Young

Other Exhibitors

CPA ASSOCIATE Group Stand

Steve Booton

Ana Bridgewater

Guilherme Ferias

Tim Lake

Mitch Pilkington

David Wright

Trade Stands:

Blackwell Books

Ceramic Review

Top Pot Supplies

Pot Easel

 

 

PROGRAMME

Saturday 27th October

Programme to be confirmed later in the year

11.30 am

2.00 pm

 

4.00 pm

 

Sunday 28th October

Programme to be confirmed later in the year

11.30 am

2.00 pm

 

 

Overture to the 2018
Oxford Ceramics Fair...
Three Decades of Studio Ceramics

Critic and curator David Whiting will consider developments
in studio ceramics and art over the last thirty years,
discussing the role of criticism, education, galleries
and his own personal influences.
David will be in conversation with Professor Tim Wilson,
Former Keeper of Western Art at the Ashmolean Museum.

Friday 19th October 3 - 3.30 pm, with afternoon tea.

This will be held
at  Oxford's Ashmolean Museum

Directions

CONTACT US

 

For more information, or to be
included on our mailing list, 
please contact:
Jude Jelfs (event organiser)

jude.jelfs@homecall.co.uk

Other Contacts

Ceramic Review, the UK's best
selling ceramics magazine.
Articles on potters, techniques, news,
and all aspects of studio pottery.
www.ceramicreview.com

For information on individual potters,
to see examples of their work,
and news about exhibitions and events.
www.studiopottery.co.uk