Our artists are active members of the Canadian ceramics scene. We’re excited to promote these events in the Toronto area and beyond.
January 7 - March 1,2020 Toronto LIGHT FESTIVAL in the Distillery District
The Toronto LIGHT FESTIVAL in the Distillery District is in full swing until March 1.
DISH GALLERY + Studio has wonderful gift ideas, from our smoke-fired porcelain jewelry to Pottery Classes to our amazing collection of Canadian pottery in our retail gallery.
It is never too early to book your Valentine’ Week pottery workshop.
We are open Tuesday to Sunday Noon to 5pm
Past Events IN THE TORONTO AREA AND BEYOND
July 12 to 14, 2019 - Toronto Outdoor Art fair - Toronto Potters Community Booth D268/269
Toronto Potters is an association of over 100 potters, sculptors and collectors, a diverse community sharing their passion for all things clay-related. The association sponsors activities that inspire and contribute to the artistic growth of members, including exhibition and sales opportunities, membership in Toronto Potters Studio, which offers pottery classes to the public. New members are always welcome. An enthusiastic group of 11 artists representing the best of Toronto Potters participated in TOAF 2019.
April 20 to May 19, 2019 - Art Gallery of Burlington All Guilds Show
May 3 to May 5, 2019 - Hamilton Potters Guild Sale
february 13 to march 3, 2019 Propeller gallery - Blue impulse
JULY 6 TO JULY 8, 2018 TORONTO OUTDOOR ART FAIR TORONTO POTTERS COMMUNITY BOOTH
August 4 to October 7, 2018 - Art Gallery of Burlington “ROUND: BOWLS AND VASES SHOW”
Location: Permanent Collection Corridor
October, 2018 TORONTO POTTERS 20TH BIENNIAL
APRIL 20 TO MAY 19, 2018 - ART GALLERY OF BURLINGTON ALL GUILDS SHOW: JOURNEY
JOURNEY: OLD BOAT by Susan Card
Awarded Best Adaptation of Theme
FEBRUARY 14 TO MARCH 4, 2018 PROPELLER GallerY - RED IMPULSE
APRIL 20 TO MAY 19, 2017 ART GALLERY OF BURLINGTON - ALL GUILDS SHOW: GARDENS
ETERNAL TREE by Susan Card
Respect and reverence for trees as symbols of renewal and regeneration has been common to cultures worldwide over millennia. From decay, the eternal tree springs back to life, like our unending human struggle to redefine our world in renewal of faith that liberty and justice for all will prevail.
JANUARY 11 TO FEBRUARY 4, 2017 PROPELLER GALLERY - SALON XI
JULY 6 TO JULY 8, 2017 TORONTO OUTDOOR ART EXHIBITION
August 2017 Gardiner Museum - Celebration
APRIL 20 TO MAY 19, 2016 ART GALLERY OF BURLINGTON - ALL GUILDS SHOW
OCTOBER 14 - NOVEMBER 6, 2016 Gardiner Museum Shop - TORONTO POTTERS 19TH BIENNIAL EXHIBITION
August 2016 Gardiner Museum: rEVITALIZE
February-March, 2015 Propeller Gallery - Networks: Juried Group Show of Artscape Toronto Tenants
April 9 to May 9 2015 PROPELLER GALLERY - SALON 9
November 27,2015 to January 31,2016 ART GALLERY OF BURLINGTON Lee Chin GallerY - Still Life, Landscape
Curators: Denis Longchamps & Jonathan Smith
Still life and landscape, while they are considered to be classic subject matter for painting, are a rich source of inspiration in the clay community. From decorative motifs to sculptural installations, this exhibition looks at how ceramists have explored these themes, as an alternative to the usual emphasis sculptors put on the figure. Drawn from the Permanent Collection of Contemporary Canadian Ceramics at the AGB, this exhibition looks at a rarely examined area of inspiration and their relationship to each other.