The galleries open with the usual V&A fanfare, the great and the good of the ceramics world are here, and are awash with quality champagne. I am, however, on my best behaviour, as I must welcome the guest of honour, Princess Anne, into my studio. Anyone familiar with my work will know that I don’t have a great track record as a loyal supporter of the monarchy, but I manage to behave myself (I think) and the Princess Royal proves to be both charming and well informed.
Author: Steve Dixon
Stephen Dixon was the V&A’s first ceramicist in residence (September 2009-February 2010). Stephen received his Masters in Ceramics from the Royal College of Art and has written and lectured widely. His work has appeared in numerous exhibitions and public collections for over 20 years.More posts by Steve Dixon
Artists in Residence at the V&A
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We have a thriving and exciting programme of artists in residence here at the Museum, with at least two practitioners inhabiting our studios at any given time.
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