INTERNATIONAL CERAMICS FAIR 5, 6 and 7 JULY
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From January 1 to March 31, 2024, the application period is open for new participations in Argillà Argentona 2024 - International Ceramic Fair
Registration and payment procedure:
New ceramists and potters who want to participate must send the Museu del Càntir, the organizing entity, a registration form through the following link (click this link), 6 images of their work, 1 image of the place of sale and the professional CV, between JANUARY 1 and MARCH 31, 2024
Applications will be evaluated by the organizing committee of the fair. The acceptance or not of the submitted applications will be notified by email.
Payment will be made upon receipt of the settlement document (in case your application has been accepted) and before May 30. Participants who have not made the payment on that date will be discarded for this edition.
The town of Argentona, near Barcelona, Spain, is going to organize the ARGILLÀ ARGENTONA - INTERNATIONAL CERAMIC FAIR next 5, 6 and 7 July. This fair is linked to the “sister” fairs of Aubagne (France) and Faenza (Italy). Selected participants of those twin ceramic fairs have priority to be admitted in Argillà Argentona.
It is an open air market fair of traditional pottery and artistic ceramics, with a long tradition. It is one of most important ceramic fairs in Spain. Last year it was visited for about 30.000 people from Barcelona, Catalonia and Spain. Many cultural activities around ceramics are organized: exhibitions of contemporary ceramics, ceramic workshops, raku firing, pottery demonstrations, etc.
Opening hours: Friday 5 pm to 10 pm / Saturday and Sunday 10 am to 10 pm (with a pause between 2 and 5 pm. for lunch).
Exhibitors who attend the fair annually, and who wish to be part of the Argillà Argentona website, are represented on the website: www.argilla.cat, with their work, as well as videos showing different aspects of the ceramist's trade, such as a cooking with the rakú technique or demonstrations of traditional pottery, a virtual visit to the museum and other activities that we add year after year.