2020/2021 FRANZ Rising Star Project
Creative Producer of British Ceramics Biennial
Rhiannon Ewing-James is the Creative Producer of British Ceramics Biennial, her artwork and research explores the significance place and material have on the development of creative practice.
2019 FRESH Exhibition at British Ceramics Biennial 2019 Judge
2019 Future Lights Exhibition at British Ceramics Biennial 2019 Judge
2019 Ceramics Ireland Article“Found in China” Co-Author
2018 International Design Exchange workshop in a partnership with Honav Workshop co-lead
2018 Ceramics Ireland Festival, topic: “Porzellanikon Archives” Presentor
2018 Future Lights Competition 2018/19 Judge
2018 International Cross Strait Exchange Exhibition, Jingdezhen, China Exhibitor
2018 International Exchange Residency hosted by Franz Porcelain, Jingdezhen, China. Resident Artist/Designer
2018 Arts Council Northern Ireland Travel Bursary Recipient
2018 “Young Artist”- UNICUM 2018 Award Winner & Exhibitor
2016 - 2018 “Shaping the Future”- Travelling Exhibition CAID, Copper Smithy – Fiskars (FI), Porzellanikon Staatliches Museum für Porzellan, Hoenberg a.d. Eger / Selb (DE), Millenium Court Arts Centre, Portadown (NI), British Ceramics Biennial, Stoke-on-Trent (UK), Bröhan-Museum, Berlin (DE), National Museum of Slovenia Ljublijana (SI) and Museum of Decorative Arts, Prague (CZ). Exhibitor
2018 “Material Language”- Group Exhibition, R-Space, Lisburn, Northern Ireland. Exhibitor
2017 CAID Congress Conference, The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent, UK. Presenter
2017 European Ceramic Society Conference 2017, Budapest. Presenter
2017 “Artist into Industry”- British Ceramics Biennial, Stoke-on-Trent, UK. Workshop Lead
2017 “Future Lights Design Residency”- Meissen Porcelain Manufactory Artist/Designer Participant
2017 “Future Lights”- Group Stand, Ambiente Trade Fair, Frankfurt. Exhibitor
2017 “Future Lights”- EU funded Ceramics and its Dimensions proejct Award recipient
Rhiannon Ewing-James currently holds the position of Creative Producer for the British Ceramics Biennial, previous to her current post she has held the position of a Studio Coordinator for the Guldagergaard International Ceramic Research Centre and as Project Officer for Craft Northern Ireland. She additionally writes, contributing manuscripts towards publications and articles for international magazines and online platforms.
Rhiannon joined the British Ceramics Biennial in 2017 as Creative Producer were she has the opportunity to do her favourite thing, work with people. Rhiannon works on the exhibitions programme on a festival year supporting artists and she has the wonderful opportunity to work on year-round programming with her talented and knowledgeable colleagues.
As well as having the pleasure of working creatively within her role at BCB Rhiannon is an artist and designer with a degree in Contemporary Applied Arts from Ulster University, Belfast. Her artwork and research explores the significance place and material have on the development of creative practice.
Rhiannon Ewing-James為英國陶瓷雙年展團隊的創意製作人（Creative Producer），擁有阿爾斯特大學當代應用藝術學位（Contemporary Applied Arts from Ulster University, Belfast），並曾任職於國際陶瓷研究中心（International Ceramic Research Center）Guldagergaard，與北愛爾蘭工藝（Craft Northern Ireland）專案辦公室，對陶瓷藝術有深刻的研究與熱忱。