* Friday 21 September 12.00am - 8.00pm
* Saturday 22 September 10.00am - 5.00pm
* Sunday 23 September 12.00 noon - 5.00pmm
Ceramics in the City, now in its sixth year, will feature an exciting range of work by 45 selected ceramicists in the Geffrye's dynamic modern extension. A variety of styles and techniques will be seen in work ranging from functional domestic objects, such as tableware and lamps, to purely decorative pieces.
This year, the museum will open until 8pm on Friday 21st of September to mark the exhibition's opening day, offering visitors a chance to meet the makers and eat supper in the restaurant. Throughout the three-day show, visitors will have the opportunity not just to browse and buy, but also to talk to the ceramicists and watch free demonstrations. Special craft activities will be run to entertain children throughout Saturday and Sunday.
Exhibitors will include well-established names returning to the Geffrye and some new talents, selected by a panel of judges comprising Marina Vaizey, former art critic for The Times; Karen Bunting, ceramicist and Christine Lalumia, Deputy Director of the Geffrye Museum.
Ceramics in the City has been organised by the Geffrye Museum and ceramicist Karen Bunting, and supported by Mazorca Projects.
Adrienne Baba Svend Bayer
Annabel Faraday Stanley Field
Margaret Gardiner Keith Gretton
Jane Hamlyn Nic Harrison
Akiko Hirai Tim Hurn
Jan Kare Myklebust
Jeremy Nichols Miyoko Onishi
Anna Perring (Luna Lighting)
Kate Phillips Ramp (Rupert Johnstone, Alice Hartford)
Ingrid Saag Irena Sibrijns
James and Tilla Waters
Address: 136 Kingsland Road, Shoreditch, London E2
Tel No: 020 7739 9893
Web Address: www.geffrye-museum.org.uk
Open: Tuesday - Saturday 10am - 5pm, Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday 12noon - 5pm. Travel:
Buses: 149, 242, 243 or 67
Liverpool St, then bus 149 or 242
Old St (exit 2), then bus 243
Ceramics in the City is part of the London Design Festival 2007 which takes place 15-30 September. The festival programme includes content from across the design spectrum, staged by organisations throughout the capital. For further information, visit www.londondesignfestival.com.