Ceramic Art London will bring its largest ever fair to Olympia London this spring for the 20th anniversary of the show.

Running over three days from Friday April 19 to Sunday April 21, this will be its debut at Olympia London as it expands to the venue’s West hall. 118 different makers will be on show, selected from hundreds of applicants by the Craft Potters Association, with prices starting at under £100 and reaching up to £10,000 for museum-quality pieces.

Makers are coming from across continents, from Greece to Guatemala and Korea to Japan. The list includes Melina Xenaki, who has created exclusive collections for the shops of the British Museum and the Benaki Museum of Green Culture.

Toby Brundin, Business Manager, Craft Potters Association, said: “This will be our largest ever fair and the new venue will allow us to increase the content and visitor experience. Over a third of our markets this year as new to the 2024 edition, keeping the fair fresh and exciting for visitors.”

The fair will also include a host of interesting speakers as well as a hands-on display for the first time. Visitors will be able to take inspiration from the breadth of form and function on display across the three days.

Commercial Director at Olympia London, Anna Golden, said: “We’re thrilled to be the new home to Ceramics Art London and to be helping the fair expand this year. The ceramic art scene is unique but hugely popular and it gives us a great buzz to be able to bring it to west London on our journey to becoming the newest destination for art and culture in the capital.”

From breath-taking consumer shows and thrilling sporting and music events to colourful trade shows, Olympia London is the home of inspirational events. Located in the heart of London, its atmosphere, distinctive architecture and 136-year heritage are a magnet for the best and boldest events in the UK. In 2021, Olympia London was awarded AEO’s Venue of the Century.

The venue is a leader in sustainability and the first venue to achieve certification to the international standard for sustainable events, ISO 20121. It has sent zero waste to landfill for over a decade and in 2021, Olympia London was one of the first UK event businesses to commit to net zero emissions by 2050.

Olympia London will soon be part of a larger destination for arts, culture and entertainment. This new creative district will boost the London economy with spaces for performing arts, live music, eating and drinking, hotels, co-working, and beautiful open spaces for everyone to enjoy.

In 2022, Olympia London joined ASM Global’s portfolio of 350+ international venues as it builds towards an exciting new era.