See our dedicated page for details of this new festival across York uniting a number of separate events and venues.

Ceramic Review, the international magazine of contemporary and historic ceramic art, was launched in 1970 by the Craft Potters Association. Since then it has explored and reported on the heritage and changing trends of ceramics both in the UK and abroad.

Published bi-monthly, the magazine combines authoritative features with a strong
journalistic editorial style and top-quality photography. CR regularly includes in-depth profiles of the most exciting names at work today, features interviews with new names who are making their mark in the field of ceramics, hosts a practical how-to Masterclass series with top ceramists, both in print and online, and includes insights from leading auction houses on the latest trends emerging in the world of collecting, alongside the latest news, reviews, exhibitions and events.

An invaluable resource for potters, ceramists, ceramic artists, collectors, enthusiasts and students, Ceramic Review has been inspiring the UK and international ceramics communities for almost 50 years.

CoCA is a national centre dedicated to exhibiting, researching and promoting ceramic art. Its ambition is to showcase works from York Museums Trust’s world class collections of ceramics, including more than 5,000 examples of British Studio Ceramics. New works and installations by contemporary artists are commissioned as well as research by leading academics. CoCA also acts as a ceramics hub – promoting a wider programme of exhibitions, lectures, learning opportunities and public events.


York Museums Trust was formed on August 1 2002, as an independent charitable trust to manage the museums and gallery service previously run by City of York Council. Supported by the Council, York Museums Trust is responsible for York Art Gallery, York Castle Museum, Yorkshire Museum and Gardens and York St Mary’s. Our Mission is to cherish the collections, buildings and gardens entrusted to us, presenting and interpreting them as a stimulus for learning, a provocation to curiosity and a source of inspiration and enjoyment for all.