Ian and Zachary have both been shortlisted for the British Ceramics Biennial Award 2013. The award constitutes the centre piece of the Biennial with an exhibition of all the shortlisted artists at the Potteries Museum, Stoke-on-Trent, from September. The winner of the award receives a prize of £10,000.
Hanne Enemark has been nominated for the prestigious Perrier-Jouët Arts Salon Prize 2013. The Salon aims to recognise and award talent within contemporary craft by giving an annual prize to an emerging maker.
Ian's Series One Pottery for Another Country has been nominated for the Elle Decoration British Design Awards 2012. Celebrating some of the best designs of the year, other nominations include the London 2012 Olympic torch and the Olympic Velodrome.
To vote for your favourite design, go to www.thebritishdesignawards.com
"Citizen artists and designers take a good hard look at our socio-economic reality" This month Amy was shortlisted for the Constance Fairness Foundation Award 2011 with her ceramic plate installation “World Trading Times”.
For several years the Anglo-Swedish Society have funded an exchange programme with the Royal Collage Art for students from Ceramics & Glass to go and study at Konstfack, Sweden's largest art & Design College in Stockholm.
This year Amy Hughes has been given the award, it is an educational exchange to experience making work in a different cultural environment for 10 weeks.