CCB 2015 - The Second Edition
October 8 - 30
The main exhibition opened on October 9 at 6PM at the Cluj Art Museum.
Other exhibitions will be hosted in multiple locations throughout Cluj-Napoca: The Art Museum, The Casa Matei Gallery, IAGA Gallery, Horeb gallery, Quadro Gallery and other. Exhibitions will also be organised in Sibiu and Bucharest. Sibiu will host the best works from the 2013 edition, The OctavianGoga Memorial Museum in Ciucea will host the exhibition organized by the French Institute in Cluj in partnership with UAD Cluj-Napoca and ENSA Limoges and Bucharest will host the best works of this edition after the closing of the main event in Cluj.
The organizer (Ceramart Foundation) thanks all it's supporting partners: Cluj Art Museum, University of Arts & Design, Cluj Fine Arts College and The Romanian Visual Artists Union.The Biennale is a cultural project co financed by the AFCN and with support from the Cluj City Hall and the Local Council of Cluj-Napoca.
Ed Bamiling (Canada) - Artist, ceramics facilitator in Visual Arts Program at the Banff Centre for the Arts, Alberta, Canada.
Steve Mattison (United Kingdom) - responsible for artist residence and study abroad at the International Ceramics Studio, Kecskemet, Hungary; Coordinator of International Ceramics Festival, Wales; member of the International Academy of Ceramics.
Ruriko Miyamoto (Japan) - Artist, member of Art Education Executive Committee at Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park, specialised duties at Shigaraki Ceramic Research Institute.
Michael Moore (Ireland) - Artist, Head of Research Centre for Applied Art at the University of Ulster, honorary treasurer and member of the Council of the International Academy of Ceramics, Geneva.
Bernd Phfannkuche (Germany) - Artist, editor of New Ceramics (Neue Keramik), member of International Academy of Ceramics, Geneva, and member of the Association of Editors of Journals of International Ceramics - ICMEA.
Cristina Popescu Russu (Romania) - Artist, Vice President of Union of Visual Artist, Romania; co-founder of Galateea Gallery, Bucharest; member of International Academy of Ceramics, Geneva.
Ting-Ju Shao (Taiwan) - Artist, writer of ceramic arts publications, former committee consultant for the Taiwan Ceramics Biennale, Juror of Taipei Ceramic Awards, and member of the International Academy of Ceramics, Geneva.