The winners of CICB2017 Korea

0-Torbjoern-Kvasbo NorwayThe Gyeonggi International Ceramic Biennale (GICB)
The GICB International Competition 2017 – as an exhibition showcasing the present and trends of global ceramics and acting as a gateway for newly emerging artists to acquire a presence in the global art scene – will offer diversified support programs that will help artists expand their worldview.

Selected artworks in 2017


2017 Ceramics of Italy Tile Competition, the winners

01 Bromley-Caldari-Architects Ocean-View-House Photo-by-Mikiko-Kikuyama2017 Ceramics of Italy Tile Competition, the winners

the announcement of the winners of the Tile Competition 2017, an initiative that recognizes the best architectural projects in North America that have used Italian ceramic tiles in the three categories:


Open to Art, International Competition for Art and Design Ceramics - 2017

officine-saffiAwards Ceremony and Finalists Exhibition
OPEN TO ART, International Competition for Art and Design Ceramics

Officine Saffi I via Aurelio Saffi, 7 I Milan Italy - 1 - 16 March 2017
Opening reception 28 February 2017, 6.30pm

Officine Saffi is pleased to invite you to the exhibition of works by the 30 finalists in the second edition of Open to Art, International Competition for Art and Design Ceramics. During the course of the evening, the winners of the second edition of the Open to Art competition will be announced.


The winners of VIII International Biennal of Ceramics "El Vendrell 2015" - Spain

These are the winners of the VII International Biennal of Ceramics "El Vendrell 2015"

the Jury of the VIII International Biennial of Ceramics has already issued the verdict of the artists whose work will be shown in this year, which can be seen from Friday October 2 in Sala Portal del Pardo (El Vendrell) along with "Let's plate!" and coinciding with the VIII International Ceramics Fair. In total, there have been 139 ceramists worldwide with 275 works.
The jury was composed: Eva M. Serramià, Councillor for Culture; Assumpta Rosés, Art Critic; Ramon Sicart, gallery, potters and Joan Serra and Maria Bosch. Potters chosen for this jury were as follows:


Awards of Competition UNICUM 2015 - Slovenja

Awards of the International Competition of UNICUM 2015 - Slovenja

Grand Prix Unicum 2015 – Veljko Zejak di Serbia &  Slovenia con "Big Money"
Honorary Award Unicum 2015 – Stephanie Marie Roos, Germany con "Games Without Frontiers"
Award Unicum 2015 – Tanja Lažetić, Slovenia con "Monument to the Unknown Heroes"
Recognition Award 2015 – Thomas Stollar, USA & UK con "A Day in Life"
Recognition Award 2015 – Roland Summer, Austria con "Vessel Object"
Recognition Award 2015 – Lea Georg, Switzerland con "Sextet B_Y_G_V"


The 2015 Zanesville Ohio (USA) Prize Winners

Announcing the 2015 Zanesville Prize Winners:

Best of Show – Peak #1 by Colby Parsons
First Place – Tray by Paul Donnelly
Second Place – Bloom by Amanda Salov
Third Place – Selling Copy by Chris Dufala
Honorable Mention – Ashes of Rose, Urn Pair by Jessica Putnam-Phillips
Honorable Mention – Reaction by John Utgaard


The winners of the competition "GIVE ME A NAME"

wood-ceramic-stove-11today 21th March 2015 the jury voted the name for the Wood Ceramic Stove.

Jury: Francesco Zanella, ceramic stove producer and who realized this ceramic stove, boss of the Zanella.
Lauren Moreira, artist and ceramist, manager of the Facebook page MORE CLAY LESS PLASTIC.
Olga Galiamina, painter and stylist-designer.
Pierpaolo Scettri, Annalisa Meneghetti e Valentina Penzo
, marketing agency "Web Marketing Consulting".
Rigon Danilo, designer and performer of the first prototipe of the wood ceramic stove.
Shyama Medhekar, English and Hindi teacher, cultural mediator.
Silvia Imperiale, journalist and expert of the ceramic field.


International Triennal of Silicate Arts, the winners of 2014

The theme for the 2014 Triennial was "NEW ENERGY"

The theme for the 2014 Triennial was "NEW ENERGY". The organisers expect artists to use the given theme with complete freedom and innovation.

The works must be in clay, concrete, porcelain or glass and artists are free to choose the technical methods and approach to the given theme. The objects must be original works and not previously prizewinning works in any international competition.