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Future exhibitions and displays

Ceramics in the City

Thursday 21 September 6 - 8.30pm (open evening), Friday 22 September - Sunday 24 September 10am - 5pm

Tamsin Arrowsmith-Brown

Ceramics by Tamsin Arrowsmith-Brown, exhibitor at Ceramics in the City 2017

Meet the makers, browse and buy at the Geffrye Museum’s vibrant annual celebration of ceramics which showcases the work of over 50 leading ceramic artists from across the UK.

An eclectic selection of ceramic work to suit all budgets will be on sale direct from the makers, from practical table-ware to ornamental objects and striking one-off collector pieces. Earthy stoneware will be displayed alongside delicate porcelain and vivid painterly pots will contrast with elegant muted tones in an extravaganza of texture, colour and style.  Part of the London Design Festival.

Read the press release here. Be inspired by our image gallery.


Justine Allison  Tamsin Arrowsmith-Brown  Daniel Boyle 
Karen Bunting  Brigitte Colleaux  Marshall Colman 
Jane Cox  Ben Davies Jo Davies
Victoria Dawes Fay De Winter Ken Eardley
Caroline Egleston Lisa Ellul Antje Ernestus
Judit Esztergomi  Margaret Gardiner James Hake
Louise Hall  Akiko Hirai Collingwood Ikuko Iwamoto
Corinna Kenyon-Wade  Jo Keogh Ruth King
Miyu Kurihara  Tim Lake Sophie MacCarthy
Kirsty Macrae  Rhian Malin Marcio Mattos
Alex McCarthy  Ann Mercer Kyra Mihailovic
Sue Mundy  Emily Myers Jeremy Nichols
Sue Paraskeva Sarah Partridge Martin Pearce
RAMP  Suleyman Saba Chinoko Sakamoto
Schneider  Yuta Segawa Alice Shields
Penny Simpson  Jola Spytkowska  Jessica Thorn
Joanna Veevers  Tone Von Krogh Paul Wearing
Anna Whitehouse  Maris Wojdat David Wright
Mizuyo Yamashita    

Christmas Past: 400 Years of Seasonal Traditions in English Homes

Tuesday 21 November 2017 - Sunday 7 January 2018. Free entry

1935 period room at Christmas Past - photo Hannah Taylor

1935 period room at Christmas Past - photography Hannah Taylor

Escape from the hustle and bustle of Christmas today and step back through time to Christmas Past.

Authentic festive decorations, lighting, music and greenery transform the museum’s period living rooms, giving an evocative glimpse into how Christmas has been celebrated in English homes over the past 400 years.  

Related events will include Christmas fairs, special late nights, carol concerts, and Christmas decoration and greenery workshops. Seasonal food and drink will be on the menu in the café and the shop will be full of Christmas decorations and cards, stylish home-wares, gifts and treats.