Founded in 1974, the Scottish Potters Association (SPA) is a members’ run organisation aiming to promote all aspects of hand made pottery and ceramics to anyone with an interest in the subject. Linking Scotland’s geographically remote potters it offers an informal source of information and advice on everything connected to clay.
Positive benefits to members include:
- Access to annual residential weekend with national and international guest demonstrators and lecturers
- Regular workshops held in members’ studios
- Illustrated quarterly newsletter with free advertising for members
- Annual members’ exhibition(s)
- Our website with the latest news, information, small ads and forms for upcoming events and exhibitions available to download
- Your own profile page on our website
Senior Citizen (65+) £22
Student (full time ceramics course) £0
Overseas: Individual £44
Overseas: Workshop £55
Register with the SPA Online
Register with the SPA by Post
If you prefer to pay by cheque, you may download our application form. Please print out the form from your web browser, fill it in and send it with your cheque to the address at the bottom of the form.
Please note that if you choose to register by post and/or pay by cheque rather than doing it all online, you will not automatically be given a website user account. If you have registered by paper form and wish to have a user account on the website, you will still have to fill in the online form. The website co-ordinator will then have to get confirmation of your payment from the membership secretary before your user account will be set up. The same applies if you have registered online but paid by cheque. Please understand that this may take several days.
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