Ceramics in the City 2024
Join us this September for our annual market celebrating the world of ceramics, showcasing everything from functional tableware to decorative objects and unique collector's pieces. Applications now open.
Located in the creative hub of East London Ceramics in the City highlights the artistry of local and international ceramic artists.
Curated by Karen Bunting.
Applications to be a stallholder now open
Deadline: 11:59pm, Thursday 29 February
To enter your application, please pay the £10 fee and fill out the application form (sent to you by email). The full steps are laid out below.
- Click Apply Here
- Add the £10 charge to your basket and pay at the checkout.
- The application form will be sent to you as a link in the confirmation email after payment has been taken. Scroll to the end of the email to access the link, which will take you to a page on Museum of the Home's website.
- Answer all the application question and upload images of work as prompted. It is vital to complete the application form in order for your application to be considered.
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About Karen Bunting
Karen was born and brought up in Yorkshire. She graduated from London University with a degree in chemistry, but quickly realised that this was not the career for her. After a brief stint programming computers in the early 70’s, she discovered pottery and felt she had arrived home. She had always been someone who enjoyed making, and ceramics was the perfect combination of form and function.
After working with a potter on the Yorkshire coast, Karen moved to Brixton and set up her first studio in an Acme studio on Acre Lane. A few years later, she moved her workshop to her home in Hackney and built a gas kiln. she started reduction firing and this enabled her to develop her work further, utilising the unifying nature of atmospheric firing. She have lived and worked in Hackney for over forty years and has brought up her children here with her artist husband, Peter Bunting.
She have been making and selling pots now for nearly fifty years, and have exhibited and sold work in galleries and ceramic events both here and abroad.
In 2021 she was made an Honorary Fellow of the CPA having been chair of the orgnisation for several years and overseen the move to Bloomsbury. In 2002 she set up and have since overseen the Ceramics in the City event which is back this year at the Museum of the Home
Friday 13 September to Sunday 15 September 2024
Applications fee £10
Museum of the Home