call for entry: Hang Up’s – Prospectus Good Habit Pottery Co

Please review the exhibition Prospectus. (copied below)

Follow the link below to application form where you can upload your images and details.

Application Form

Hang Up’s – Prospectus

Exhibition Title:  Hang Up’s

Juror: Soojin Choi

Exhibition Location:

Dates for Exhibition: January 30, 2023 – April 2, 2023

Submission Deadline: November 13, 2022

Ship work by: December 15, 2022

Fee: $10 USD, up to 3 works

Hang Up’s ­is an exhibition of wall mounted/hanging ceramic works, hosted online by Good Habit Pottery Co.


Open to all artists living in North America, 18 years of age or older. Works must wall hanging, have a ceramic component(s) and be no larger than 18 inches in the largest dimension. All works must be ready to hang. Please provide any special hardware or hanging instructions as needed.


Soojin Choi was born and raised in South Korea, and she has worked as an artist in the United States since 2010. Soojin earned her BFA at Virginia Commonwealth University in 2015 with a double major in Craft/ Material Studies and Painting/ Printmaking. She continued her studies at Alfred University to pursue a MFA degree in ceramics in 2018. After graduate school, she accepted a residency at the Northern Clay Center in Minneapolis, MN with funding by Anonymous Artist Studio Fellowship, and a long-term resident artist at Red Lodge Clay Center in Red Lodge, MT. Currently, she is a long-term resident artist at Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, MT. Her work transforms objects, figures and spaces into visual language by repeatedly layering flat and spatial surfaces.


Artists may submit up to three works. Images must be formatted JPEG, a minimum of 1200px on the small dimension.  Artists may submit up to 3 views of each piece.

Name files in the following format “lastname_firstname_title_view(A,B,C).jpg”



Artists may submit up to three submissions for a fee of $10 USD. Fee must be paid with credit card through the Good Habit Pottery Co. website ‘Open Call’ page.


All work must be for sale, Artist will be paid 55% of the retail price, Good Habit Pottery Co. will retain 35%, and 10% will be donated to one of our three beneficiary organizations.


Selected artists are responsible for shipping costs to Good Habit Pottery Co. and must include a prepaid return shipping label. All works must be shipped by December 10, 2022.

About Good Habit Pottery Co.

Good Habit Pottery Company is an aspiration to focus more time on the good things in life – to celebrate our good habits. The craft of pottery is one of humanity’s earliest inventions and is, at it’s root, about nourishing our family and community.

As craftspeople and artists, we know it is a luxury to pursue our passion through a life in the studio; as collectors of pottery, we know it is a luxury to adorn our homes with thoughtfully crafted wares.

We hope to inspire our customers to slow down, appreciate the small things, and take care of one another. To that end, we at Good Habit Pottery Company donate 10% of every sale to community building organizations.

Currently, we are supporting Milwaukee Habitat for Humanity, Days for Girls, and Crafting the Future.


Any and all questions can be submitted to [email protected]

nendo reinterprets raku tea bowls for ‘KICHIZAEMON X’ at sagawa art museum

KICHIZAEMON X introduces five enchanting collections

Via Designboom

“nendo has teamed up with Raku master potter Kichizaemon Jikinyu for ‘KICHIZAEMON X’ exhibition that comprises five captivating collections. Running from September 16, 2022, to March 11, 2023, at the Sagawa Art Museum, Japan, the display includes collaborative works from different artists and artisans, and the result sees a conjunction of colors, textures, materials, and techniques. Each piece is a reinterpretation of traditional Japanese pottery, unfolding different narratives behind it. 

For example, the ‘chuwan’ series represents the passing of time, while the ‘michiwan’ series materializes the internal space of Raku ware. The ‘junwan -chroma-’ is a line of eight ceramic pieces completed by soaking them in ink to separate colors, the ‘junwan -redox-’ takes shape as a collection of three ceramic works fired after absorbing metal, and the ‘jihada’ is an installation piece that compromises five small spaces.

Read the full article on Designboom


Visiting Scholar opportunity @ New Brunswick College of Craft and Design

NBCCD is pleased to announce a new initiative, designed to give its students the opportunity to learn from and collaborate with a creative role model. 💡
Launching in January 2023, the Visiting Scholar program will provide a creative, dynamic environment for a visiting artist to build and accelerate their practice, while also sharing their knowledge with emerging artists.
Applications for the four-month, paid opportunity are now open. ✍

Online course with Jacquie Blondin

The Hand Building Basics online course starts next week and runs Oct 4-Nov 29.

It’s the perfect course for beginners and throwers looking to expand their hand building techniques.

It’s not too late to join.

PS participants should have access to a kiln to get the most out of this course.

Let me know if you have any questions. I’d be happy to help you.

🔗Course info – click to learn more

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call for entry: British Ceramics Biennial

An announcement for UK Artists: Applications for BCB’s AWARD 2023 exhibition are now open.

AWARD is the British Ceramics Biennial’s headline exhibition, formed from an open submission that celebrates the vitality of contemporary ceramics practice in the UK.

BCB invite applications from UK-based individual practitioners, collaborators or collectives who use clay as their primary creative material.

10 artists will be selected to exhibit in the 2023 BCB festival. Each artist receives £1,000 towards the presentation of their work. 1 artist is awarded a £10,000 cash prize and an invite to exhibit in ‘Awarded’ at the BCB 2025 festival.

Deadline: Midnight, 12 October 2022

Visit the BCB website for full details on how to apply:

photo: Stephen Dixon, AWARD 2021 winner. Credit Jenny Harper