Where to see ce­ram­ics

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‘Ma­te­rial: Earth. The New British Clay

Move­ment’ is at Mes­sums Wilt­shire, from March 12 to May 1 (01747 445042; www. mes­sum­swilt­shire.com)

❍ ‘That Con­tin­u­ous Thing: Artists and the Ce­ram­ics Stu­dio, 1920–To­day’ is at Tate St Ives, Porth­meor Beach, St Ives, Corn­wall, from March 31 to Septem­ber 3 (01736 796226; www.tate.org.uk/visit/tate-st-ives)

“‘Things of Beauty Grow­ing’: British Stu­dio

Pot­tery” is at the Yale Cen­ter of British Art, New Haven, Con­necti­cut, USA, from Septem­ber 14 to De­cem­ber 3 (http://britishart. yale.edu) and then at the Fitzwilliam Mu­seum, 32, Trump­ing­ton Street, Cam­bridge, from March 20 to June 18, 2018 (01223 332900; www.fitz­mu­seum.cam.ac.uk)

Ce­ramic Art Lon­don is at Cen­tral Saint Mar­tins, 1, Gra­nary Square, Lon­don N1, from March 31 to April 2 (020–3137 0750; www. ce­rami­cart­lon­don.com)

Clay Col­lege Adopt a Pot­ter crowd­fund­ing ap­peal: www.crowd­fun­der.co.uk/clay­col­lege-stoke

Troy Town Art Pot­tery: www.troy­town.org.uk

Wo­man’s Hour Craft Prize 2017: www.

British Ce­ram­ics Bi­en­nial, Stoke-on-trent, Stafford­shire, from Septem­ber 23 to Novem­ber 5 (01782 294634; www.britishce­ram­ics­bi­en­nial.com)

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