News & Events


Charleston Festival 2024: 16-27 May

For this special 35th edition, Charleston Festival presents its most ambitious lineup yet, bringing together an array of influential voices to illuminate the world’s stories and disentangle its complexities.


Ceramic Art London 2024: 19-21 April at Kensington Olympia West

CAL, the international ceramics event is back for its 20th year. This three day event being held in the Kensington Olympia West venue will showcase 119 top ceramic artists.


Collect 2024: 1-3 March at Somerset House

Bringing together a curated presentation of 40 international galleries representing over 400 exceptional artists for a showcase of the freshest and finest contemporary craft from across the globe.


Pathways Art Trail: 2 – 18 June

Pathways is a varied exhibition of sculpture and installation that is sited within, and responds to, the unique characteristics of this ancient woodland and meadow site. Accessed via a trail, visitors will be able to discover a series of works in a woodland settings.


Charleston Festival: 17 – 29 May

Charleston Festival brings together today’s most exciting writers, artists and changemakers to engage with art and ideas. Imagine the world differently through our programme of talks, conversations and performances.


Summer Retreat France: 24 June – 1 July

Join Helen, one of our wonderful teachers, for a 7 day retreat in The Mill France. Exploring ceramics making pots and exciting outdoor firings! Enjoy free time to relax, wild swim, walk and embrace the ‘joie de vivre’!


Hella Keevil in Tunbridge Wells: 27 February – 11 March

One of our students, Hella Keevil, has her first exhibition running from February 27th – March 11th at The Trinity Theatre Gallery in Tunbridge Wells. Please come along and support her!


Collect Art Fair at Somerset House: 3-5 March

Collect is the only gallery-presented art fair dedicated to modern craft and design. Now in its 16th year, Collect has been instrumental in defining and growing the market for contemporary craft.


Potfest 2023 at Glynde Place: 21-23 April

Over 90 makers have been selected to showcase a wide and diverse range of work that is guaranteed to delight and inspire. Discover functional and decorative ceramics to suit all tastes and budgets and buy direct from the maker.


British Ceramics Biennial

The British Ceramics Biennial (BCB) develops, sustains and expands innovative ceramics practice and improves lives together with artists and creative communities.


South East Open Studios (SEOS): 2-18 June

South East Open Studios is one of the most established annual arts events in the UK; it is a 17-day event showcasing creative talent, and strengthening visual arts across the whole region.


Ceramic Art London 2020

After a sellout in 2019, this year’s CAL is bigger than ever, with 20 new stalls, more new faces, a new exhibition area showcasing contemporary developments in ceramic practise…


Collect, The International Art Fair for Modern Craft and Design

Collect is the only gallery-presented art fair dedicated to modern craft and design. Now in its 16th year, Collect has been instrumental in defining and growing the market for contemporary craft.


Constructed Texture – Lisa Stockham and Catarina Riccabona

Flow gallery is delighted to present this collaborative exhibition between textile artist Catarina Riccabona and ceramicist Lisa Stockham. Each artist has created a body of work in response to the other’s practice.


Christmas Pottery Sale

After last Christmas’s very successful pop up sale, we are organising another similar event. This year’s pop up will be held at The Clay Studio on Saturday 30th November, 10am – 8pm.


Art in Clay Hatfield

Art in Clay Hatfield is an outdoor summer event held in marquees in the beautiful parklands of Hatfield House. A large event of over 200 exhibitors, including a full programme of talks & demonstrations…


Carolyn Genders at The Contemporary Centre

Carolyn Genders, who some of you should remember as judge at our teapot celebration, has a new exhibition “Sentience” running between 2nd and 25th May at The Contemporary Centre in London.


The Artichoke Gallery: “Imbalance”

The Artichoke Gallery in Ticehurst has a wonderful exhibition running at the moment called Imbalance. It runs from 19th January to 30th March and is open Tuesdays to Saturdays 9:30 – 4:30.


Ceramic Art London 2019

Ceramic Art London is now celebrating its 15th year and is recognised as the most exciting contemporary showcase of current ceramic art, with exhibitors drawn from the UK, Europe and worldwide.


Anna Whitehouse Ceramic Showcase

On 1st January 2018, Ceramic Artist Anna Whitehouse began a project to make 1 bottle a day for 100 days. Using a 2 part press mould she created a plain bottle every morning to be her blank canvas for the day.


Akiko Hirai Show

Akiko Hirai has a preview of her show “Onomatopoeia” on Wednesday 17th October 6 – 8pm at the Contemporary Ceramics Centre, at 63 Great Russell Street, Bloomsbury, London, WC1B 3BF.


Art in Clay Farnham

Art in Clay Farnham, running on 17th and 18th November, showcases some of the finest ceramics currently being made by individual makers in the UK and Europe.


In Design @ Battersea

From 14th-23rd September, London Potters are taking part for the first time in the London Design Festival over two weekends during September. The event will be held at Circus West Village…