the Croatian Ceramic Association represents a non-profit NGO that gathers ceramic artists, Pottery craftsmen, Art experts, curators, Pottery lovers, institutions, associations and all other who are interested to participate in the promotion and development of ceramic Art.
The prescribed goals on the Association: to develop and upgrade the level of communication and collaboration among ceramic artists on a global international scene.
Honourable member of KERAMEIKON, famous ceramic artist from Belgrade, Velimir Vukicevic, take part on the exhibitions all over the word: on INTERNATIONAL CERAMICS COMPETITION CAROUGE 2011, on INTERNATIONAL TRIENNIAL OF SILICATE ARTS in Kesckemet, Hungary, on The 9th International Ceramics Competition, Mino, International Ceramic Festival in Taiwan, on the World Ceramic Biennale 2011 Korea is a member of a Executive Committee and is selected for Symposium in August in Römhild, Germany.
Center of Jewish Cultural Heritage Synagogue Maribor & KERAMEIKON, Croatian Ceramic Association issue a Public Invitation to Members of the Ceramics Artists Association of Israel (CAAI) and other Israeli Ceramics Artists to participate in the project “PRESENT YOUR BEST”
Accompanied picture: Yael Roll donation to the KERAMEIKON's collection of contemporary world ceramics
National Museum in Belgrade, Serbia organized from 10th to 12th June 2011 First International Conference under title Traditional pottery making from the ethno-archaeological point of view. Scientific Research and Safeguarding of Intangible Heritage, organized jointly with Ministry of Culture of Republic of Serbia and University of Cadiz, Spain. Spomenka Vlahovic archeologist from Varazdinske Toplice represented a joint project by the KERAMEIKON, the Croatian Ceramic Association from Varazdin and Varazdinske Toplice Local History Museum. The presentation THE CONSTRUCTION OF A ROMAN CERAMIC KILN REPLIKA FOR ROMAN CERAMICS REVITALIZATION ON THE AQUAE IASAE SITE AT VARAZDINSKE TOPLICE, CROATIA was prepared by Blazenka Soic Stebih, president of KERAMEIKON and member of IAC, The International Academy of Ceramics from Geneva.