We are an international center in Faenza (Italy) with the main goal of promoting and enhancing art and ceramic especially.
We work as a reference point in the field of ceramics, proposing formative and recreational activities, doing research on ceramic materials and organizing different kinds of cultural events.
We offer a wide range of activities: artists residence, workshops, ceramic contests, technical support for your projects, research and development of new products, open studio, exhibitions and other events.
You can find us in Faenza, internationally acknowledged for its ancient ceramic tradition, thanks to its finely decorated majolica (also called “Faenza”) and to the work of generations of artists and artisans throughout the centuries.
From here you can easily reach culturally relevant cities such as Firenze, Ravenna and Venezia.
Also, you can choose to visit 3 charming medieval towns located in Faenza surroundings: Brisighella, Dozza and Bertinoro.
More about the FACC activities
Every year we organize lot of workshop that deal with the different ceramic techniques. The workshop have a duration between 2 and 5 days and are suitable for everyone.
We believe that creating a network within the ceramic community and our city, Faenza, is important to artists development, therefore one of our main goals is the organization of inter-cultural / cultural exchanges between international and local artists and institutions. We want to encourage the research into ideas, techniques and materials.
the “Ceramic&Colours Award”, is a ceramic competition with the aim of promoting and enhancing the research in the field of ceramic glazes for the finishing of ceramic objects.
For each edition the organizing committee will choose a kind of effect, the chemical nature of the glazes or a specific ceramic technique to be used in the realization of the works.
The Competition will take place every two years and is supported by the Municipality of Faenza, the International Museum of Ceramics and the Italian Association of Ceramic Cities.