This site provides information and resources for both the craft world and the general public in text and images. Visitors to the site will find information regarding the Council's principal programs: American Craft magazine, a comprehensive library of 20th-century American craft, and a full schedule of juried retail and wholesale markets.
A national organization supporting arts and culture through resource and public policy development, information services, public awareness and education.
The Craft Emergency Relief Fund is a non-profit organization dedicated to strengthening and sustaining the careers of craft artists across the United States. CERF accomplishes its mission through direct financial and educational assistance to craft artists, including emergency relief assistance, business development support, and resources and referrals on topics such as health, safety, and insurance. CERF also advocates for the interests of craft artists.
The ceramic arts discussion list which allows you to exchange messages with fellow potters across the globe. Search the index for archived discussions on all aspects of pottery and claywork.
A non-profit professional organization whose purpose is to stimulate, promote, and improve education in the ceramic arts. Be sure to look into details of NCECA's annual conference.
Potters for Peace is an organization that seeks to build an independent, nonprofit, international network of potters concerned with peace and justice issues. This concern is maintained principally through interchanges involving potters of the (overdeveloped) North and (underdeveloped) South. PFP aims to provide socially responsible assistance to pottery groups and individuals in their search for stability and improvement of ceramic production, and in the preservation of their cultural inheritance.
The online directory of artists, art groups, art galleries, co-ops and museums.
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