Four Sites project Manager

Following a successful bid to the Arts Council England, BCB has come togther with partners across the city to divise and deliver an ambitious project CERAMIC CITY: FOUR SITES as part of a extended BCB festival programme. It is for this project that BCB, acting as the lead partner for the project is seeking to appoint a Project Manager. 

This position would be an exciting  opportunity for an arts manager who enjoyes working with others and has he vision and skills necessary to ensure the delivery of the FOUR SITEs project as part of the British Ceramics Biennial 2019. 


The acclaimed FRESH show will be one of the main exhibitions at the sixth British Ceramics Biennial, taking place in Stoke-on-Trent from 7 September to 13 October 2019.

Artists are invited to apply fot the BCB FRESH 2019  - a high profile exhibition that celebrates and promotes the emerging talent in contemporary British Ceramics, in the context of its long history in Stoke-On-Trent.

FRESH - Call for entries

International Artist in Residence Exchange UK and Korea

The British Ceramics Biennial and the Gyeonggi International Ceramic Biennale are partnering in 2019 in an international exchange and residency programme between UK and Korea. With shared objectives both

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International artist residence exchange UK and Korea

AHRC Creative Industries Bid Development

We need your help!  

British Ceramics Biennial is part of a consortium of Stoke-on Trent based organisations who are bidding to secure support for creative industries around research and development, innovation and skills. If you are a designer-maker; small batch producer based in Stoke-on-Trent we would love for you to provide a letter of support (letter head) and email it to by 6 December 2017.