One of the largest and longest-running potters associations in the UK with over 100 members, founded in 1965. Members include full-time potters, sculptors and students, and Honorary President Walter Keeler.
The East Anglian Potters Association was founded in 1983 by a group of professional potters to represent all that is best in East Anglian ceramics. We are a lively and thriving organisation, and welcome all who have an interest in clay. Exhibitions, potters' days and lectures are organised throughout the year, and offer craftspeople, collectors, enthusiasts, and students the opportunities to meet together for fellowship and support.
Cornwall Ceramics and Glass Group aims to raise the profile of ceramics and glass in Cornwall through events and activities. To promote high standards and to create educational and social opportunities for members.
The Kent Potter's Association seeks to promote interest and education in pottery in the county of Kent, England. It is open to all who have an interest in pottery, and currently includes full time and part time professional potters, hobbyists, amateurs, collectors, manufacturers, suppliers and teachers.
London Potters is a voluntary organisation formed in 1986 to provide a forum for the exchange of ideas and experiences of all those involved with or interested in ceramics. It is the only London-based society offering membership to both professional and non-professional ceramicists; all its members are united by the appreciation of ceramic art and a desire to further their knowledge and communicate with fellow ceramic artists and collectors. Registered Charity No. 1086355
The North Wales Potters Association was founded as a forum to promote the art and craft of ceramics in North Wales. Membership is open to all who have an interest in clay, whether amateur, professional, student or teacher etc
An organization run by and looking after the interests of professional artists and designers working with ceramics. The NVK engages in looking after the material and immaterial interests of their members (over 400) vis a vis the government, the business community and the public at large.
The Scottish Potters Association, founded in 1974, is one of the oldest organisations in Scotland providing vital support to ceramics. It encourages a high standard of work,fostering enthusiasm and interest, and creating a network of professional and amateur practitioners and interested individuals and organisations.