18th 19th November 2017
Art in Clay Farnham
Pottery and Ceramics Festival
The Maltings
Bridge Square
Farnham Surrey

Opening Times
Saturday 10am - 5pm
Sunday 10am - 4.30pm

Admission Prices
Adult £5.00 Concession £4.50 Children 15yrs and under FREE

Car Parking
The Maltings has limited Car Parking, but in Farnham there are a number of Car Parks within a few minutes walk of the Maltings. All are Pay and Display on Saturday, including The Maltings own car park, and FREE on Sunday. Waggons Yard is the nearest and is a large car park - access to the Maltings is via a footbridge and less than a five minte walk.

About the show
The 21st Art in Clay Farnham takes place in November. There will be a range of work from newly qualified artists working in clay to potters with many years of creative work behind them. From animal sculptures to kitchen and garden pots with a variety in between to interest anyone that enjoys skilfully crafted objects.

The Maltings is an amazing building and a bit of a rabbit warren. This is the floorplan, the show is on 3 floors, accessible by lifts as well as stairs. On admission to the show we'll give you a free show programme, which has this floor plan and the exhibitors detailed inside.

Some of the highlights of the show
Niek Hoogland, a very popular potter from the Netherlands, will be welcomed back to Farnham, his colourful red terracotta slipware pots, tiles and sculptures will be on display - a real treat for all those interested in pots for food. Pim Van Huisseling, will also be showing her beatifully decorated domestic earthenware pots alongside some one off pieces. Pim is also from the Netherlands and will be sharing a stand with Niek. Francoise Dufayard will also be back this year, great to have her at the show again, her decorative and usable pots are always popular.

Geoffrey Swindell wil be making his debut at Farnham this year, an amazing maker who does few shows, we're very honoured to have him here. Mary Rich will be here again with her beautiful porcelain decorated with lustres and liquid gold, lovely work. A small selection of Newcomers will also be making their debut at Farnham.

The range of exhibitors and work at a show is always exciting, from familiar faces to the up and coming stars of the future. It has become the highlight on the calendar of ceramic and art collectors in the South and South East. There's also a varied programme of Talks and Demos for those interested in the creative process.

With such a strong emphasis on homes and interiors we are looking forward to welcoming not only collectors and enthusiasts, who know to expect vibrant, high quality work, but also people looking to buy something different for themselves or their friends and family this Christmas.

Farnham Maltings is almost in the centre of town and within easy walking distance of the shopping area. Click here for detailed information how to get to there.

Farnham no longer has a Tourist Information Office, but the local council has information on accommodation on their website. We also found thisB&B, which looks very nice.​

Disabled Visitors
Farnham Malting's recent refurbishment means that almost all of the exhibition areas are wheelchair accessible. There is no charge for carers accompanying a visitor with a disability and there is parking available for blue badge holders in the Maltings car park.

Snacks and light meals are available in the Riverside Cafe as well as the self service cafe just inside the foyer. Morning coffee, afternoon teas and delicious cakes served in both areas.

Only Guide dogs are allowed inside the Maltings.