There are residential seminars in summer and winter, summer visits to private and/or public collections, and monthly one-day meetings from September to November and from February to May.
Monthly one-day meetings take place in different museums in the north of England. At present these mainly include the Potteries Museum, Stoke on Trent, the Grosvenor Museum, Chester, The National Museums, Liverpool and the Museum and Art Gallery, Doncaster.
Saturday 29 September 2018
The Business of Ceramics: Design, Decoration & Management
11:30 am Neil Brownsword will discuss
his work as a studio potter which is influenced strongly by the legacy of the pottery industry
2:00 pm Ceramic Conversations
A distinguished panel will be discussing design and the business of ceramics.
The audience are invited to submit questions – for more details see the NCS Newsletter, June 2018
27 October, 2018
Spode Trust Heritage Centre
Stories on the Mantelpiece –
Victorian Religious Figures
Wallis, Gimson & Co.
Caughley La Terre and related prints
24 November, 2018
1st WW and the ceramics industry
The Worcester Tonquin Manufacture- Planned Success or Pot Luck?
25-27 January 2019
members and non-members are invited to
Britain & Europe
A distinguished group of speakers will
unpick some of the ceramic connections
between Britain and Continental Europe
from the Middle Ages to the 20th Century.
NCS Winter Weekend
see events tab for details