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Appalachian Center for Crafts in Tennessee
The Appalachian Center for Crafts is a nationally renowned facility dedicated to expanding the influence of craft on contemporary art while preserving craft traditions. The Craft Center offers top quality academic and professional programs in fine craft (ceramics, fibers, glass, metals and wood), including the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree and professional craft certificates.

Art Schools.com
a resource for visual artists who decide they want to turn their interest into an educational goal.

Bildungs- und Forschungszentrum Keramik (BFZK). German language site giving an overview of the main German ceramics institiutes.

Bill's University Art Department Directory
A comprehensive US University Art Department Directory

California College of Arts and Crafts
Founded in 1907, California College of the Arts is the largest regionally accredited, independent school of art and design in the western United States.

Canberra School of Arts Ceramics Workshop 
Well made site about the Australian institute. Staff & students work.

Ceramic Workshops in Tuscany
Countryside between Florence, Siena, San Gimignano, Tuscany, Italy.

Écoles, Centres de Formation, Ateliers
Adresses écoles et formation céramique en France.

Fraunhofer Institute of Ceramic Technologies and Sintered Materials
English language site about the German institue for technical ceramics.

Glendale College Ceramics Department
Features a gallery of student, historical and contemporary ceramics.

Greenwich House Pottery School
Established in New York City in 1909, Greenwich House Pottery is one of the city’s most important centers for ceramic arts. In addition to classes for all ages, The Pottery provides workshops, lectures, exhibitions, and outreach to enrich and inform our community.

Haliburton School of the Arts
The Haliburton School of the Arts, Ontario, Canada, offers over 300 arts courses, including many in ceramics. Courses are available to both adults and children.

Harrow Ceramics Degree Show 2001
University of Westminster Graduates from BA (Hons) Ceramics exhibit eclectic mix of work from utilitarian to installation. Some of it fired in 'Gandalf', a wood fired anagama kiln built by the students on the University kiln site at the Harrow campus in London, UK.

Harvard Ceramics Program
Classes, specialized seminars, visiting artist workshops, and independent work space are offered in a spacious studio which is well-equipped for the construction and firing of pottery and ceramic sculpture.

Hurricane Mountain
A Center for Earth Arts in the magnificent Adirondack Mountains of New York state. We offer summer and winter residencies and community workshops for artists primarily working in clay, fiber, wood and stone.

International Ceramics Studio, Kecskemet, Hungary
The mission of the studio is to promote the formal, aesthetic and technical development of ceramics and to help foster creative skills. The studio is open to all challenges of ceramic research, design and experiment.

The International Workshop of Ceramic Art in Tokoname, a non-profit volunteer group of Tokoname citizens. Tokoname is a city with a rich history of pottery and ceramics production going back 900 years. Living with and being part of a Japanese family for the duration of the workshop allows the workshop participant to experience first hand Japanese culture and daily family life in Japan.

Jam Factory
JamFactory Contemporary Craft and Design is Australia's unique, integrated organisation for the design, production, exhibition and sale of work by both leading and emerging Australian designer / makers.

John C. Campbell Folk School
A non-profit folk school that offers weekend and week-long classes in clay, sculpture, mosaics, mixed media, and many other traditional and contemporary arts and crafts in the mountains of western North Carolina. All skill levels welcome.

Department of Ceramics and Glas, Univsersity College of Art & Design, Stockholm, Sweden.


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