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Opening of the Design & Crafts Council of Irelandís Ceramics Skills Course Exhibition

13th July at 6pm until Monday 6th August

The Design & Crafts Council of Ireland’s ceramics skills course exhibition opens on the 13th July at 6pm at the National Design & Craft Gallery, Kilkenny. This exhibition showcases the innovation and diversity in ceramic design and technique of some of Ireland's newest makers establishing their identity in the contemporary ceramic market.

The exhibition represents the culmination of two years intensive training in all aspects of ceramics skills and design. Show will run until Monday the 6th of August. Admission the National Design & Craft Gallery is free.

More about the DCCoI Skills course can be found here

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