The FRESH exhibition presents the best of new graduates from across the UK. FRESH both celebrates and gives a platform to new artists and designers at the beginning of their careers. The exhibition seeks to represent the range of activity emerging from academic institutions, which includes tableware, industrial design, figurative and abstract sculpture, and installation. The exhibition series and connected research symposiums have been shaped in partnership with the National Association for Ceramics in Higher Education (NACHE), providing an important platform and advocacy for promoting ceramics in UK education.
We are currently developing plans for FRESH and connected activities for the British Ceramics Biennial in 2021.
Nº 3; The work of Laura Plant, winner of FRESH Residency 2019
Nº 4; The work of Eusebio Sánchez, winner of the FRESH Award 2017
Nº 5; The work of Eunjung Suh, FRESH 2019
Nº 7; The work of Rose Schmits, FRESH 2019
Nº 8; The work of HoJung Kim, FRESH 2019
Nº 9; Presenting at the British Ceramics Biennial 2019 Awards Night
Nº 11; The work of Emily Stapleton-Jefferis, FRESH 2019
Nº 1, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11; Photos — Jenny Harper
Nº 2, 4, 10, 12; Photos — Joel Chester Fildes