View current & upcoming events including workshops, festivals, exhibitions and many more from the Westcountry Potters community.
The 2021 Exeter Potters’ Market is booked for Saturday July 31st. A great opportunity for WPA members to meet and sell their work to the public without commission charges. A 6′ x 2’6″ table costs £33 and is supplied ready for you, but please bring your own suitable table covering. Unfortunately we are unable to permit shared tables due to current…
Current & Upcoming Events
The Devon Guild of Craftsmen is hosting an exhibition of work by selected members of the Association from 13th March until 9th May in their Riverside Gallery. Due to Covid restrictions, the initial opening of the exhibition will be digital with exhibition tours and featured works. Government guidance permitting the exhibition will open for visitors on 14th April.
Indoor and Outdoor sculpture exhibition organised by Cotswold Sculptors Association and featuring several works by WPA members
WPA members should be receiving the email invitation to book for the next of our online demonstrations. We are delighted to welcome Chris Bramble joining us from the London studio he shares with his daughter Freya. His hand crafted pots and ceramic sculpture bring together his interest in the European sculptural tradition and his love of African craftsmanship, shape and…
Delamore Arts and Sculpture Exhibition takes place annually, every day including Bank Holidays. The exhibition presents the largest collection of artist’s work in one place in the South West. For more information see Delamore Arts (delamore-art.co.uk)
Dorset Arts Weeks takes place at the end of May and early June 2021. For more details visit Dorset Art Weeks, 23 May – 7 June 2020 Amongst others artists, WPA member Babs Kirby will be exhibiting in the Artwey Marquee from 23-31 May at Nothe Fort, Barrack Road, Weymouth DT4 8UD. Fellow WPA member Tiffany Scull will also be exhibiting at…
After a fallow year in 2020 due to Covid we have decided to hold a virtual AGM in 2021 using Zoom. Invitations will be emailed to members early in April so that you can book to attend. Sadly this will just be a business meeting with no demonstrator, but we do our utmost to return to normal in 2022.
This is a new venue for Potfest in 2021 and the nearest to our “patch” in the South West. WPA members will be exhibiting.
A celebration of the very best artists & makers based in the South West in the historic setting of Exeter’s Cathedral Green.
Celebrating Ceramics is an artist led event, showcasing the very best in the world of contemporary ceramics. This fine selection of artistic talent is set against the backdrop of Waterperry House and Gardens. Understand the creative talent first-hand with a range of demonstrations and talks by leading ceramic artists. And there will be an amazing range of food, drink and…
With the stunning backdrop of Hutton-in-the-Forest, Potfest in the Park is set out on the lawn of the grounds. Bringing over 100 exhibitors together on the edge of the Lake District National Park, the show displays the best of ceramics from across the globe – leading artist with distinctive styles .
Sheffield Ceramics Festival moves to a new site for its 2021 event.
Set in Skirsgill Auction Mart, Penrith. Potfest in the Pens has a hands on energy – No art hype, no gallery glitz, just potters and public in a down to earth setting – a real Cumbrian day out.
The Craft Festival returns to Cheltenham after an enforced absence with a wonderful selection of makers, including WPA members.
Art in Clay Windsor is an outdoor summer event held at the Royal Windsor Racecourse which is set on the River Thames and in the shadow of Windsor Castle. A large event of over 200 exhibitors, including a full programme of talks & demonstrations and a Clay Creation Zone to fire your imagination.
We are delighted to confirm that we will have our annual stand at the Craft Festival Bovey Tracey this September. We are looking forward to another excellent display from our members; the show is a wonderful opportunity for potters, ceramicists, and all types of clay makers to showcase work at a top national contemporary show. For 2021 we will follow…
Following the success of our first market in Tavistock we are returning in 2021. Full details will be published in the May/June magazine