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Juree Kim is currently the V&A Korea UK Ceramic Resident. Since majoring in sculpture, she has participated in various international exhibitions, including the first China Central Biennale, Taiwan Ceramic Biennale, Icheon Interntional and  British Ceramic Biennale. Juree...

The post ‘Impermanence’ series by Juree Kim appeared first on V&A Blog.

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Sam Bakewell is our current Ceramics Resident who started in the V&A ceramics studio in the heart of our ceramics galleries on level 6. I caught up with Sam to hear about his plans for...

The post Sam Bakewell, current Ceramics Resident, explores our collections appeared first on V&A Blog.

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This is the first view you’ll see of our new display ‘Portmeirion: Pottery Trendsetter’ as you pass through the black marble doorway from Gallery 145 on your way to Room 146 of the level 6...

The post Portmeirion: Pottery Trendsetter appeared first on V&A Blog.

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The Open Week marks the end of artist Bethan Lloyd Worthington‘s six month residency in the Ceramics Collections. The studio will be cleared for a display of new work, fragments and plans for future projects exploring landscape...

The post Open Week in the Ceramics Residency Studio appeared first on V&A Blog.

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Today is the centenary of the birth of Susan Williams-Ellis (6 June 1918 – 26 November  2007), founder of Portmeirion, the internationally-renowned Stoke-on-Trent pottery. For more than four decades from the early 1960s, she was...

The post Portmeirion: pottery trendsetter appeared first on V&A Blog.

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Neil Brownsword is the current V&A Korea UK Ceramics Resident until the end of March 2018. His work is represented in public/private collections internationally, including the Victoria and Albert Museum, Korea Ceramic Foundation, Yingee Ceramic...

The post Neil Brownsword: Factory appeared first on V&A Blog.

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We are delighted to announce our next ceramic resident Malene Hartmann Rasmussen, who will start her six month residency in April 2018. During her residency Rasmussen will have a series of Open Studios where you...

The post V&A announces Malene Hartmann Rasmussen as their V&A Danish Ceramics Resident appeared first on V&A Blog.

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Go behind the scenes and meet our artists in residence during their Open Studios. You will have a chance to see ceramic work in progress, listen to opera rehearsals and see our collection come to...

The post V&A Residents Open Studios January – March 2018 appeared first on V&A Blog.

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We are delighted to announce that Neil Brownsword and Juree Kim have begun their ceramics residency at the V&A. They will be in residence between October 2017 and the end of March 2018. This collaborative residency...

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We are delighted to announce a new open call for applications targeted at Danish ceramic artists as part of a new collaboration with the Danish Arts Foundation. The residency will be based in a purpose-built studio in...

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