Studio hosts different ceramics inspired events from tea gathering, clay salvaging, to international workshops.

Queen, warrioress, priestess, lover

Last week I visited 3 seminars: first was a lecture about learning from the past for a better future from druid priest Karel Gržan, second was the talk at the opening of an exhibition about archaeological site of medieval Gutenwerd and third a lecture about freemasonry in Slovenia in 19. century. All were wonderful and … Continued

Gmunden is a charismatic little town by the lake and under mountains in Austria. It is also a place where ceramic market happens every last weekend in August. This was it 27th time now. There was a selection of 125 best European ceramics with a guest country: Slovenia. See the video report of the market.

From 17 till 19 April 2015 Royal College of Art London hosted Ceramic Art London, a major showcase for international ceramics. It was CAL’s 11th edition featuring 80 excellent makers from 15 countries. Watch short interviews with three ceramists: Karin Bablok, Uwe Löllmann and Matthew Blakely.

In May 15 international ceramists fired together a wood fired kiln, a type of anagama, in Janja Gora, Croatia. The kiln was fired for 38 hours, reached over 1300°C and used 3.5m3 of wood. The kiln was fired as a part of workshop lead by Lou Smedts, ceramic artist and professor, and Branko Šupica, owner of the kiln at Atelje Janja Gora.

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