• Opportunities through Volunteering

    Volunteers have been a crucial part of the NCECA Conference system as long as I or most anyone can remember. They assist thousands of members in just about every facet of their experience during this [...]

  • Sean Scott: 2019 Emerging Artist

    "Being recognized as an Emerging Artist by NCECA made me feel validated. I became more accepting about where I was artistically and it also gave my career a nice benchmark from which to proceed. [...]

  • George Rodiguez: 2019 Emerging Artist

    "I value the communities that I have formed and am continuing to expand on. My artwork aims to bring people closer and act as markers for people to congregate around. Larger pieces are a [...]

  • Winona LaDuke – 2019 NCECA Conference Keynote Speaker

    Winona LaDuke is an internationally renowned activist working on issues of sustainable development renewable energy and food systems. She lives and works on the White Earth reservation in northern Minnesota, and is a two [...]

  • 2020 Multicultural Fellowships

    Deadline October 9 Following Theaster Gates’s challenge to cultivate greater diversity in the field of ceramic art through simple, direct and meaningful gestures of welcome, in 2015 NCECA piloted a Multicultural Fellowship program with the goal [...]

  • NCECA Helene Zucker Seeman Curatorial, Research, and Critical Writing Fellowship for Women

    DEADLINE: October 9, 2019 NCECA’s purpose is to promote and improve the ceramic arts through education, research, and creative practice. The NCECA Helene Zucker Seeman Curatorial, Research, and Critical Writing Fellowship for Women has been [...]