Billy Lloyd

Billy Lloyd

Billy Lloyd is an award-winning potter specialising in thrown tableware, practicing from his studio at Iliffe Yard, Kennington

Having graduated from Camberwell College of Arts, followed by a four year apprenticeship with acclaimed potter Julian Stair, Billy has developed an innovative...Read more

Kate Malone

Kate Malone works in three areas; large scale public projects, one of a kind ceramics and playful smaller pieces.

With a studio and large kiln in London she also works from a smaller satellite studio in Provence. Kate is fascinated with clay and with nature. Read more

Robin Levien

Product designer Robin Levien is one of the most successful and innovative designers working in Europe today.

His Trend porcelain tableware for Rosenthal Thomas has been a top seller for over 25 years, with many other ranges designed for homes and restaurants for American, German, Italian...Read more

Adrian Gonzalez

Adrian Gonzalez

Adrian has been making pots since he was 10. Although his career path initially took him down the corporate route, he decided to leave the stresses of a management role behind when he discovered North Street Potters in 2015.

He initially joined North Street Potters as an apprentice but...Read more

Akiko Hirai

Akiko Hirai

Akiko Hirai initially studied cognitive psychology in Japan before turning to ceramics.

During her first visit to the UK she was attracted by the multicultural society and complexity of London, which made her aware of her own cultural influences. It was during her second visit to the...Read more

Dom Upson

Dom Upson

Dom Upson is the 13th apprentice to Lisa Hammond MBE at Maze Hill Pottery. He is currently developing his own practice alongside production throwing within the pottery that inspired the work of the charity ‘Adopt a Potter’.

Dom studied Ceramic Design at Central Saint Martins, where he...Read more

Jo Taylor

Jo Taylor is inspired by decorative architectural features such as ornate plaster ceilings. Taylor enjoys the grand gesture present in large-scale relief, the drama of deep shadow, the dialogue between space, structure and ornament. 

The making process influences the outcome; connection...Read more

Kevin Millward

Kevin Millward

Kevin Millward has an unrivalled reputation for his workshops, seminars and demonstrations on all aspects of making throughout the UK and Europe. His great understanding of industrial processes has allowed him to be involved with the design and development of some of the best-selling,...Read more

Lucille Lewin

Lucille Lewin’s work is the result of research into the origins of 18th Century European porcelain, and the alchemists who invented it.  The work references the Victorian Cabinet of Curiosities, and the early microscopic photographs of the natural world by Karl Blosfeldt.  Lewin takes great...Read more

Naine Woodrow

Naine Woodrow

Naine returned to London in 1978 after a 3 year apprenticeship in Japan, founding the North Street Potters, a busy and vibrant urban pottery which has become synonymous with high quality and imagination delivered within the framework of a solid community ethos.

North Street Potters is...Read more

Tessa Eastman

Tessa Eastman works by hand in clay, using multiple techniques to create complex ceramic structures.

Time is devoted to achieving rich glazed surfaces. Her pieces are characterised by a curious, often playful ambiguity, frequently inspired by microscopic structural details found in the...Read more

Create Event
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Thigh House is an installation by Rosa Uddoh, who was chosen for a scholarship at the Slade School of Fine Art by photographer Nick Knight OBE. The installation is made from women and non-binary people’s bodies, based on a Cuban myth that it was the role of black ‘female’ slaves to mould roof...

A Celebration of Contemporary Makers at Maud and Mabel
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Maud and Mabel hosts a talk with Akiko Hirai, discussing our pull to the imperfection of handcrafted objects. In addition, ceramicist Sophie Cook exhibits a spring installation of her sculpted pods and vessels. Other demonstrations and exhibitions by renowned artists Yuta Segawa, Celia Dowson,...

Create Event
10 May
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Central Saint Martins hosts a provocative evening of debate and discourse on the future of craft. Five influential thinkers respond to the key themes of London Craft Week in a contemporary context.

Together, they wrestle with the question of how to sustain these paradigms in our...

Create Event
10 May
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Turquoise Mountain Foundation and Pippa Small celebrate ten years of collaboration through a panel discussion exploring the importance of design in development. Learn about traditional crafts through a series of events with Afghan and Myanmarese artisans supported by the foundation, alongside a...

Create Event
10 May
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Join ceramic artist Phoebe Cummings in conversation with journalist Becky Sunshine as she discusses why she works exclusively with raw clay, the temporality of her work and her recent collaboration with TOAST.

Phoebe Cummings is a ceramics artist working exclusively with raw clay....

<em>Edit Event</em> Superimposition: Studio Furthermore at MADEINBRITALY
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Studio Furthermore presents Superimposition at MADEINBRITALY art gallery in Little Venice. View a selection of handmade contemporary ceramic works using their unique 'lost foam' method.

Home to the collaborative works of creative duo Marina Dragomirova and Iain Howlett, Studio...

Create Event
12 May
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Meet the V&A’s first Danish ceramics resident and learn about her practice, drawing on mythological creatures, fairy tales and the 16th century French potter Bernard Palissy.

Malene Hartmann Rasmussen’s mixed-media ceramic installations draw upon motifs from the domestic and natural...

<em>Edit Event</em> The Global Market: Crafting by Design at The Conran Shop
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The Conran Shop welcomes Global Market to its flagship store: a five-day product exhibition including a day of live demonstrations with creators from across the globe.

Experience ceramic painting with Morocco-based LRNCE, intricate hand-weaving by Scandinavian manufacturer Carl Hansen...

<em>Edit Event</em> Cabinet of Curiosities II
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Cabinet of Curiosities is a unique exhibition of diverse works including ceramics, paper cut outs and delicate pieces made from grass and twigs. Don’t miss Brazilian artist Valeria Nascimento’s immersive installation Rainforest II, a large mobile of porcelain petals, flowers, seeds and branches...

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