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Archie Bray Foundation, Helena, Montana, USA

Australian Ceramics Triennale, 2015, Canberra

Les Blakebrough’s Southern Ice – the popular Australian porcelain

Ceramic Arts Association of Western Australia

Ceramic Arts Library sells New, Hard-to-Find titles, Used, and Out-of-Print Books for the ceramics world

Ceramics Today

Craft Victoria

Critical Ceramics

e-yakimono.net – the first site of its kind solely devoted to fine contemporary and antique Japanese pottery.

Elaine Olafson Henry editor/ceramics artist, Sheridan, Wyoming, USA

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ViZnpVdByTE for a video on how Emma Bridgewater (organization) have raised money for extra patient costs at University Hospital of Staffordshire County Charity (UK) by raffling ceramic mugs

European Think Tank International Academy of Ceramics – prestigious Geneva-based world body of ceramics artists.

Jeff Zamek Ceramics Consulting Services – provides ceramics consulting services to individual potters, ceramics supply companies, and industry. He also serves as an expert witness on ceramics litigation cases.

Lakeside Pottery, Ceramic School & Studio – classes, workshops, tutorials, how tos and technical training lessons and videos

Janet Mansfield – (1934–2013) woodfiring studio potter based in Gulgong, rural NSW, Australia.

National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA)

Redefining Craft

Seto City Cultural Foundation – International Ceramic & Glass Art Exchange Program
(www.seto-cul.jp/scga/e/application.html)

Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park – Located in the park are three facilities: The Museum of Contemporary Ceramic Art, in which international trends in ceramic art as well as a variety of local works are displayed; The Exhibition Hall of Industrial Ceramics, which shows a full selection of the locally produced Shigaraki-yaki; and The Institute of Ceramic Studies, which gives training to promising ceramists.

Sir Sandford Fleming College – Haliburton Campus School of the Arts

SOFASculpture, Objects and Functional Art Expositions; Chicago, New York and Santa Fe

Soho Galleries – a reference place for all good art sites across the world

Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts

ZoneoneArts  – mission is to provide online interviews that showcase the full range of contemporary arts and crafts happening in Australia and the world. Their focus is cross-genre to inspire, attract and influence designers and artisans.