Ceramic Art York 2015
Ceramic Art York, presented by the Craft Potters Association of Great Britain and York Museums Trust, is an exciting new showcase of contemporary ceramic art. The selection panel have chosen 50 accomplished exhibitors drawn from the UK and beyond. This new event is taking place to mark the opening of the new Centre of Ceramic Art (CoCA) at York Art Gallery.
Ceramic Art York is a major selling fair and exhibition targeted at an enthusiastic and art-loving public. A daily programme of talks, discussions, demonstrations and films – by well-known figures in the ceramics world – is included to attract a wide spectrum of collectors, ceramics enthusiasts and to establish new audiences.
Friday 11 September, 10am-6pm
Saturday 12 September, 10am-6pm
Sunday 13 September, 10am-5pm
- Adult £8*
- Concession £6* (seniors, under 16, unwaged and disabled)
- Three-day pass £18
Joint passes including Ceramic Art York and the Centre of Ceramic Art, York Art Gallery.
- Adult £12*
- Concession £10.50* (seniors, under 16, unwaged and disabled)
- Three-day pass £23
All tickets include a full colour catalogue and entry to the Discovery Education Programme
If you would like to book by phone please call our ticket agent on 0333 666 3366 (please note TicketSource are not able to deal with general enquiries). There is an additional fee charged by TicketSource of £1.50 for phone bookings.
*Please note all tickets are subject to a £1 transaction fee.
**There are different delivery charges dependent on method, please check when booking.
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