On the weekend of July 20 and 21 2019, the foundation “Delft Quality” organizes during the “De Delftse Keramiekdagen” the 15th edition of Delft Ceramica international ceramics market. The Delft Ceramic days are the main event to experience ceramics in Delft.
Location: Markt (Market Square) Delft (zip code 2611 GV 39)
DelftCeramica: International Ceramics Market July 20 and 21 July 2019
In the picturesque city centre of Delft, during the international ceramics market Delft Ceramica enjoy the work of over 60-70 ceramists from all over Europe. Only artists who present their own work may participate. They show their latest work and let the audience get acquainted with their latest techniques and trends. Visitors can expect a wide variety of works of art, such as organically shaped ceramics, raku, (garden) sculptures, jewellery, pots and vases, animals and masks.
Information about the participants in Delft Ceramica 2019 and pictures of some of their work can be found at www.delftceramica.nl
The ceramics market is held on the historic market of Delft with its atmospheric terraces between the historic town hall and the new church with the royal burial vaults.
Saturday, July 20 from 10:00 AM-5:00 PM
Sunday, July 21 from 10:00 AM-5:00 PM
Delft Ceramica is easy to reach by public transport – train, bus and tram-. From Station NS, bus station NS, Tram 1 stop Station NS and Prinsenhof stop it is an eight-minute walk.
The car restricted inner city is closed for traffic, you are expected to park at a paying parking garage (www.parkerendelft.com).
Delfies: Visitors’ contest: Take your Delft Ceramica selfie. More information after July 1st.
Ceramics Boat Trip: Shipping company Brands/Cruise Delft, Koornmarkt 113 2611ED Delft. Tel: 015-2126385, E-mail: Vaarplezier@rondvaartdelft.nl , Website: www.rondvaartdelft.nl
Ceramics Tour: VVV Delft (Tourist information)
The Vermeer Centre: The Vermeer Centre Delft organises an exhibition in the sign of ‘ The Milk Girl ‘ by Johannes Vermeer in ceramics. www.vermeerdelft.nl
Carillon concert on the carillon of the new church by Henk Groeneweg on Saturday, July 20 from 11:00 AM to 12 noon.