If you are interested in pottery, then the Guild is for you! Whether you are a collector of pots, a professional potter, a student or just interested in studio pottery, you will find a warm welcome amongst others with similar interests.
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Details of our annual membership fee and benefits are listed below. Please complete the Membership Form (pdf) or Membership Form (word doc) and either post to the Membership Secretary using the postal address on the form or send by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Payment can be sent by cheque (payable to DCPG) or online using the ‘Donate’ link to our PayPal account (you can also see and click on the image below). If you don’t have a PayPal account you can still use this same link and just select the ‘Donate with a Card’ option to use any credit/debit card. You will receive an email confirmation from the Membership Secretary when both your form and fee have been received.Annual Membership Fees
Single Person: £30
Green* Single Person: £25
Family (more than one person living at same address): £42
Green* Family (more than one person living at same address): £37
Full-Time Student: £22
*Green members will receive the newsletter by email rather than a paper copy.
Subscriptions are due for renewal before 1st October each year and are valid for 12 months. However, new memberships purchased after Easter will be valid until 30 September the following year.
• Regular monthly meetings – demonstrations and presentation by top contemporary ceramic artists
• Free quarterly newsletters
• Page in the DCPG website gallery
• Promotion of your work through DCPG Facebook & Instagram accounts
• Reduced fees to workshops and option to have one of two wheels on loan (a Shimpo and a Wenger) on an annual basis, including the ability to support DCPG public demonstrations
• Access to wood, soda & raku firings – managed in subgroups by members
• Access to comprehensive Library of pottery books to borrow at our monthly meetings to extend your knowledge
• Opportunity to take part in our October Fitzwilliam Competition
• Members Exhibition and other opportunities to display and sell work