Scottish Potters Association

(SPA) is a members’ run organisation managed by a committee, elected each year, under a Chair who is  elected for three years.

The SPA aims to promote any activity which in the opinion of the members will further their collective and individual interests as potters/ceramicists and to raise the standards and awareness of the craft when possible. The SPA is open to any individual or organisation with an interest in pottery or ceramics, whether professional or amateur.

Year Established: 1974

2019 to 2020 Committee

Chair                                Christine Flynn (

Vice Chair                        Karen James (

Secretary                         Iain Campbell (

Treasurer                         Steve Hay (

Membership                     Kathleen Morrison (

Exhibitions                      Fran Marquis (

Workshops                       Maria Nordgren (

Newsletter                       Juliet MacLeod (

Website                            Fiona Robertson (

Social Media                    Caroline Gault (

E-bulletins                        Lynn Pitt (

Merchandise                     Anna Kretsinger (

General Assisitant            Elaine Pollitt (


News Headlines

Flying the flag for the SPA

Flying the Scottish Potters flag while meeting First Minister at Creative Stirling this week was our very own membership secretary Kathleen Morrison Full Story...

John Byrne Award

The John Byrne Award is an online exhibition, competition, and community, welcoming people who seek a deeper understanding of the values that drive ou Full Story...

Earth & Fire 2020 Applications

APPLY NOW for Earth & Fire 2020 Earth & Fire Ceramic Fair will take place at the Harley Gallery, Welbeck, Nottinghamshire on 26,27 & Full Story...

Ways of Being Exhibition

An exhibition feautring 6 amazing female potters is currently running at Resipole Studios Fine Art Gallery beside Loch Sunart. See our events page for Full Story...

MAKE - A Collective

The SPA have been asked to share the following with our members: MAKE is a collective call for change and support for representation of the craft s Full Story...

September Courses at Potclays

SEPTEMBER COURSES Potclays still have a few places available for their upcoming September courses & workshops, beginning next Monday. I Full Story...

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