2017 New York Ceramics & Glass Fair Show Partners

Museum of Art and Design

MAD champions contemporary makers across creative fields, presenting artists, designers, and artisans who apply the highest level of ingenuity and skill to their work. Since the Museum’s founding in 1956 by philanthropist and visionary Aileen Osborn Webb, MAD has celebrated all facets of making and the creative processes by which materials are transformed, from traditional techniques to cutting-edge technologies.


The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA) engages and sustains a community for ceramic art, teaching and learning. NCECA works to cultivate the next generation of ceramic artists and enthusiasts through programing that affects professional artists, K-12 schools, community centers, universities, museums, galleries, businesses, organizations, collectors and enthusiasts of ceramic art.

Clay Art Center

The Clay Art Center, founded in 1957 by Katherine Choy & Henry Okamoto and located in Port Chester, New York, is a nationally recognized non-profit center for the advancement of the ceramic arts. Our studio is unique in that it not only provides artists with studio space, but it also offers extraordinary clay classes and workshops in wheel throwing, pottery, sculpture and handbuilding.

The Chipstone Foundation is a Wisconsin-based foundation dedicated to promoting American decorative arts scholarship. Originating from the private collection of Stanley and Polly Stone, the foundation uses its objects and resources to support decorative arts projects and publications at other institutions, seeking to find "newer ways to look at old things."
American Ceramic Circle

The American Ceramic Circle (ACC) was founded in 1970 as a non-profit educational organization committed to the study and appreciation of ceramics. Its purpose is to promote scholarship and research in the history, use, and preservation of ceramics of all kinds, periods, and origins.

The Marks Project

A Marks Dictionary of American Studio Ceramics, 1946-present, The Marks Project is a free research tool to assist in identifying American studio ceramic objects. The search process leads from general to specific; ending with an artist page including images, a biography, bibliography, and list of public institutions holding each artist’s work and links to artist's websites.

New Focus On is an online showcase for the world's finest art and antique dealers and a news and events resource for designers, collectors, and those curious about the world of fine living. Browse online galleries for art and antiques or subscribe to updates about the latest news, shows, fairs, exhibitions and destinations in fine living.

Ceramics: Art & Perception | Technical

Ceramics: Art and Perception aims to set the international standard as a high quality journal dedicated to ceramic art. Ceramics TECHNICAL articles are focused on technical issues in the field of ceramic art including research, culture and strategy.

Featured in our January sale is a wonderful selection of American fine and decorative arts including silver, carpets, Audubon prints, Chinese export porcelain, furniture and folk art. Join us in our New York galleries from Wednesday, January 13th to Friday, January 22nd to see a Rare and Important New Orleans Voodoo Clock and many more fascinating pieces of early American artistry.