The Hepworth Wakefield Contemporary Ceramics Fair - open call for stallholders
The Hepworth Wakefield Contemporary Ceramics Fair returns to The Calder, our converted mill space, Sat 4 May - Sun 5 May 2019, 10am - 4pm
Open Call for Exhibitors
We are pleased to invite applications for our annual Contemporary Ceramics Fair, which brings together work by exciting ceramic artists and potters working across the UK today.
Celebrating a wide range of ceramic processes and styles, the fair is a perfect opportunity for anyone interested in contemporary and traditional ceramics, craft, homewares, interiors and jewellery to collect unique pieces, dress your home, buy gifts, research new practices or just find out more about what ceramicists do.
The Hepworth Wakefield Contemporary Ceramics Fair takes place alongside our forthcoming exhibition by Kenyan-born Magdalene Odundo OBE, one of the world’s most esteemed ceramic artists. Magdalene Odundo: The Journey of Things brings together more than 50 of Odundo’s vessels alongside a large selection of historic and contemporary objects that reveal the vast range of references from around the globe that have informed the development of her unique work.
Apply for a pitch
Stalls are offered on a table-only basis:
Standard, full weekend: 180 x 220cm pitch with standard trestle table (182 x 76cm): £150
Standard double, full weekend: 180 x 440cm pitch with 2 x standard trestle tables: £300
Standard, single day only: £90
All prices are inclusive of VAT.
Please email email@example.com with any questions.
To apply for a pitch, please complete the online form below and email the required documents by midnight, 17 March 2019.
Stallholders are selected by a panel in line with criteria including variety of the fair as a whole, quality, price range, medium and experience.
Due to the popularity of the event, we are unable to accept all applications. We regret that we are not able to give feedback on individual applications.
Please note, priority will be given to stallholders who are available for the full two-day period.