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Arizona State University Art Museum
Established in 1950, ASU Art Museum is recognized as one of the Southwest’s most significant contemporary art institutions. In addition to serving students and scholars, ASU Art Museum is a cultural hub for the Phoenix Metropolitan area.

Art Institute of Chicago
A large collection of Tribal African to Modern Art, including many ceramic works.

Art Museums Network
The official web site of the world's leading art museums.

Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology
Ceramics online @ the Ashmolean Museum (UK) - their entire collection!

Canadian Museum of Civilization
The earliest ceramics in Canada were made in the northern Yukon more than 3,500 years ago, within sight of the Arctic Ocean. Find out more about the history of Native ceramic making traditions in Canada.

Ceramics Research Center at the ASU Art Museum
One of the Southwest’s most significant contemporary art institutions. In addition to serving students and scholars, ASU Art Museum is a cultural hub for the Phoenix Metropolitan area.

German public art museum in Hamburg with contemporary ceramics exhibitions. Some pages available in English.

Die Neue Sammlung Munich
A branch museum of the Bavarian Statemuseum for Applied Arts, with ceramics on show from 6000 BC to the present.

Everson Museum of Art
Founded in 1897 as Syracuse Museum of Fine Art. Features works of American artists from the 18th C to present.

An international ceramic research center for the development of ceramic art. It is the studio and research department of the Museum of International Ceramic Art - Denmark. Bilingual - English and Danish

Gustavsberg Porcelain Museum, Stockholm
Since January 1 2001, the collections in The Gustavsberg Porcelain Museum is part of the Nationalmuseum collections.

International Museum of Ceramics in Faenza
the greatest collection of ceramics in the world. The culture of ceramics over the centuries in the five continents is documented in the numerous exhibition-halls.

Keramik-museum Berlin
Ceramics museum in Berlin, directed by well-known gallery director Heinz-Joachim Theis.

Keramikmuseum Westerwald
German ceramics museum, featuring historical and contemporary ceramics.

Keramion Foundation (Stiftung Keramion)
The Keramion Museum, in Frechen, Germany, was established by Dr. Cremer in 1971. In 2002 Dr. Cremer's collection was merged with the Museum of Historical Ceramics of the City of Frechen, creating one of the most impressive collections of historical and contemporary ceramics in Europe.

Kyoto National Museum
Ceramic masterworks from various periods of Japanese culture, from Horse Tomb Figures to Tenmoku Tea bowls.

Mingei International Museum
incorporated in 1974 as a nonprofit, public foundation dedicated to furthering the understanding of art of all cultures of the world.

Mint Museum of Art & Mint Museum of Craft & Design
Includes the ceramics and design section of the Charlotte North Carolina museum.

Musée Ariana
From the collections of the City of Geneva (French Language). More than 16,000 works in the collection.

Musée de la Faïence et des Arts de la Table - Samadet
Nous sommes heureux de vous accueillir sur le site officiel du Musée de la faïence et des arts de la table de Samadet. Pour visiter , laissez-vous guider par Sam, notre Webguide.

Museo Archeologico e della Ceramica di Montelupo
Italian language site on archeological ceramics.

Museo de Cerámica de Manises
Ceramic Museum of Manises.

Museo Richard-Ginori della Manifattura di Doccia
The most important porcelain factory in Italy, established in 1737 and still active to the present day. The Museum holds a remarkable collection (more than 8.000 pieces) of Ginori and Richard-Ginori porcelain and tin-glazed earthenware, dating form 1737 to 1990. Among the highlights of the collection are impressive life-size sculptures of the early period, like the Medici Venus or Love and Psyche ( about 1750) and the largest existing collection of Art Deco Ceramics by the world famous designer Gio Ponti. The Museum is just six miles outside of Florence, in a little town called Sesto Fiorentino.

Museu Nacional do Azulejo
Portuguese museum web site dedicated to the history of tiles.

Museu del Cantir d'Argentona
The Argentona Pottery Water Vessels Museum, located in Argentona, near Barcelona (Spain) is the first and foremost in its specialty, has as its primary objective the collection, conservation, study and propagation of all vessels related to the use of water, irrelevant of their geographic origin, period of production, material or typology.

Museum of Arts & Design
a contemporary museum dedicated to celebrating materials and the processes of transforming them into expressive objects -transcending the boundaries that currently separate craft, art and design. Formerly The American Craft Museum.

Museum für Angewandte Kunst
MAK - Museum of Applied Modern Art in Vienna, Austria. Bilingual German/English.

The Museum of American Pottery
Came into being as a result of an exhibit called "Old Pots" at Cedar Creek Gallery in the 1970's.

Museum of Modern Ceramic Art, Gifu
Exhibits a variety of ceramic works and provides easy-to-understand information in order to inspire people to take up creative activities.

National Museum of Women in the Arts
Probably the only museum in the world dedicated exclusively to recognizing the contributions of women artists.

National Palace Museum Taiwan what's this?
seeks to articulate a multi-language virtual space to foster cross-disciplinary understanding of art forms to the broadest possible audience, and to demonstrate the economy of digital preservation and information exchange.

Odessa Museum of Western and Eastern Art
To have complete access to all pictures both fragments of pictures and works of art to you it is necessary to be registered as the user. Cost of registration 2 dollars per month.

Ohr O'Keefe Museum of Art
Featurung the works of George Ohr and others.

Racine Art Museum
The Racine Art Museum (RAM) will soon be the home of one of the most significant collections of contemporary craft in North America. Focusing on original expressions in ceramics, fibers, glass, metals and wood from internationally recognized artists, the new museum will present major exhibitions along with the permanent collection of the Charles A. Wustum Museum of Fine Arts.

Schein-Joseph International Museum of Ceramic Art
Houses nearly 8,000 ceramic and glass objects, ranging from small pottery shards recovered from ancient civilizations to contemporary sculpture and installation pieces to advanced ceramics reflecting the cutting edge of ceramic technology. A teaching and research facility, one educational component of the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University.

Stoke-on-Trent Potteries Museums
Includes the Potteries Museum & Art Gallery, the Gladstone Pottery Museum, the Etruria Industrial Museum and Ford Green Hall.

The White House Collection of American Crafts  what's this?
A virtual exhibition of contemporary American craft.

XX Mostra della ceramica
Gli itinerari della memoria.

Virtual Ceramics Museum Tour
Take a virtual tour of Museums on the Web that deal especially with ceramics!

World Ceramics
Hosted by the Minneapolis Institute of the Arts, this site takes you on a tour of the history of world ceramics.

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