A non-profit artist in residency program in the south of
France, situated between Cannes and Nice. The program provides an
environment to visiting artists that offers the opportunity to research
and create new work and to meet and collaborate with local artists.
Anderson Ranch Arts
Anderson Ranch Arts Center is a learning community dedicated to
creativity and growth through the making and understanding of the
visual arts. Located in the resort community of Snowmass Village,
Colorado, 10 miles west of Aspen and 160 miles west of Denver.
The Appalachian Center for Crafts, a division of Tennessee Technological
University (TTU), is a unique educational facility emphasizing professional
degree studies in traditional and contemporary fine craft in clay,
fibers, glass, metals and wood. The facility is located on 500 wooded
acres in scenic Middle Tennessee, near the town of Smithville, overlooking
Center Hill Lake.
Archie Bray Foundation
Founded in 1951, the Bray is a non-profit, educational institution
dedicated to the enrichment of the ceramic arts, offering residencies
and specialized workshops to ceramic artists from around the world.
Al sinds 1987 verzorgt Atelier Cirkel programma's voor een ruim
publiek, zonder onderscheid naar leeftijd, opleiding of achtergrond.
Vandaar ook het rijke cursusaanbod. Ledereen kan zich creatief (leren)
uitdrukken in klei, aquarel, hout, papier, verf, tekenmaterialen
...Tijdens de cursussen in Atelier Cirkel gebeurt dat op eigen tempo
en niveau, zonder de druk van een vastomlijnd programma of het streven
naar eindtermen. Toch is juist dan deskundige begeleiding vereist.
Door te werken in kleine groepen kunnen we elke deelnemer zoveel
mogelijk individueel volgen.
Banff Centre for the Arts
The Banff Centre is Canada's only learning Center dedicated to the
arts, leadership development, and mountain culture. Programs to
advance professional arts practice, provide skill development through
training, and engage in cultural research and experimentation are
made available on a national level.
Clay Art Center
The Clay Art Center is a potter's studio of 35 members offering
classes, workshops, a residency program and kiln firing services.
A monthly gallery exhibit will also be featured in virtual gallery.
Located in Port Chester NY.
The Clay Studio
The Resident Artist Program offers individuals the opportunity to
further develop their work, to establish professional contacts and
standards, and to work within a community of like minded individuals
in an urban environment.
Cub Creek Foundation
Located in central Virginia, USA, the mission of Cub Creek is dedicated
to the advancement of the ceramic arts. The foundation offers reasonably
priced housing, studio space, and facilities to individuals interested
in careers in the ceramic arts. In addition, the foundation serves
the community by offering workshops by prominent clay artists and
through outreach programs.
European Ceramic Work Center
The EKWC is an international workshop located in 's-Hertogenbosch,
The Netherlands, where participants explore the art and techniques
of ceramics. The studio offers working and living space, as well
as a team of specialized professionals.
Finca Luna hosts one to three-month self-directed action-learning
aprentiships in La Palma (Canary Islands, Spain) for ceramic artists;
300 euros per month all inclusive; apply anytime.
An international ceramic research center for the development of
ceramic arts in Skælskør, Denmark. Guldagergård
is the studio and research department of the Museum of International
Ceramic Art - Denmark. International and Danish artists can apply
for a studio residency to develop a specific ceramic project.
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
The International Ceramics Studio
The ICS is a ceramic art center located eighty kilometers
south of the Hungarian capital, Budapest. The mission of the studio
is to promote the formal, aesthetic and technical development of
ceramics and to help foster creative skills.
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.
John Michael Kohler Arts Center
Locatd in Sheboygan, Wisconsin, USA. Arts/Industry is undoubtedly
the most unusual ongoing collaboration between art and industry
in the United States. The program makes industrial technologies
and facilities available to artists through long-term residencies,
short-term workshops, tours, and other programming.
Located in Michigan, USA. In 1984 they inaugurated an American artist
in residence program at their studio in Lakeside, Michigan, and
in 1987 they initiated an international artist in residence program
for the Arts
Nottingham Center for the Arts, located in San Marcos, California,
offers artist residencies, workshops, conferences, seminars, exhibits,
art events, and special facilities use for artists, as well as meeting
and event space to other arts organizations.
The Pottery, located in Detroit, Michigan, offers internships for
university students. Internships can be served in a variety of departments,
such as Education or Fabrication Studios, Gallery, Communications
and Development. Pewabic staff members serve as mentors.
Red Lodge Clay Center
It is our mission to provide a place for professionally minded ceramic
artists to create new work. Red Lodge Clay Center will host Visiting
Artist workshops, lectures, demonstrations, gallery exhibitions,
and educational programming to share with our resident artists and
the general public the importance of art in our everyday lives.
Center - it's got the lot - a collection of British studio
pottery, a research facility, a library and a studio complete with
a residency program.
Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park
Located in the park are three facilities: The Museum of Contemporary
Ceramic Art, in which international trends in ceramic art as well
as a variety of local works are displayed; The Exhibition Hall of
Industrial Ceramics, which shows a full selection of the locally
produced Shigaraki-yaki; and The Institute of Ceramic Studies, which
gives training to promising ceramists.
Ceramic Arts Studio - a residency-retreat which provides
artists from across the country and abroad with time and space to
create in clay. Located in Maine, USA.