Funds and Donations

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Gundi Dietz

The Academy is committed to achieving large scale  projects that promote ceramic culture and debate, exchange, reflection and the sharing of knowledge. Influences from its international networks are expressed at global, regional and local levels with attention to particularities of integration and specifics of context.

Ceramic is a material and medium with multiple fields of application: art, design, architecture and  applied    scientific research. The AIC aims to promote all these components in collaboration with artists, practitioners, and institutions that currently operate internationally.

These multiple objectives can only be achieved with your support. Thank you.

 

 

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

This is a heartfelt thank-you note that the IAC extends to donators for their precious support and steadfast commitment. 

2016 – 2017

Victor Anicet, Ester Beck, Les Blakebrough, Joe Bova, Anna Calluori Holcombe, Janet DeBoos, Martha Drexler Lynn, Heinz Gerber-Mauer, Toni Hambleton, Wayne Higby, Jonathan Kaplan, Jacques Kaufmann, Bin Lu, Martin McWilliam, Tina Mercè, Ann Mortimer, Isabelle Naef Galuba, Martha Eugenia Pachon Rogriguez,, Suku Park, Richard Rogers, Judith Schwartz, Mitsuo Shoji, Susanne Stephenson, Wu Xiangdong, Zheng Zhi, Dingfang Zhou and Guangzhen Zhou.

2015

YongKang Yao, Isabel Barbaformosa, Wayne Higby, Guangzhen Zhou, Suku Park, Les Blakebrough, Heinz Gerber-Mauer, Jacques Kaufmann, Toni Hambleton, Elisabeth Langsch Wasserfallen, Ester Beck, Martha Eugenia Pachon Rogriguez, Isabelle Naef Galuba, Victor Anicet, Katherine L. Ross, Ann Mortimer, Susanne Stephenson and Judith Schwartz.

Mathe Coullery Fund

The MC Fund is linked to projects in connection with IAC affiliation to UNESCO. This includes social, cultural and sponsorship projects.

The late Mathe Coullery, Secretary General of the Academy, left us several years ago. To honour her, to commemorate her passion for ceramics and remain true to her commitment, the Mathe Coullery Fund was created to allow the Academy to support projects and ceramists. Thanks to your donations, the IAC has been able to help several Japanese ceramists who were affected by the Fukushima disaster.

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Mathe Coullery

Mathe Coullery

 

IAC Fund

The IAC Fund is linked to IAC development projects.This includes communications, website, publishing, short-term mandates and our biannual general assembly.

The IAC Fund allows the Academy to continue its development and to achieve its aim to better represent members. Since its foundation, more than 60 years ago, the Academy has grown in stature both by the numbers of members and the countries that it is proud to represent. The administrative work that is generated in promoting this international platform of ceramic culture and technology requires an efficient and timely communication. Thanks to your donations, the IAC is committed to updating and improving its operations and communications through its new website.

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Lonquan Celadon Artist Association

 

Membership solidarity Fund

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