Due to the impact of the COVID-19 virus in France, here at the Contemporary Ceramic Centre of La Borne, the programming and all public events have been suspended.
Saturday 14 March
Mondays 16 and 23 March
The showing of the film “From Springtime to Winter” 8.30 pm.
We will keep our public and visitors informed on a weekly basis of whether the Ceramic Centre’s programme of activities will be maintained or cancelled. This information will be kept up to date on the Ceramic Centre’s website: www.laborne.org.
We would like to advise our visitors and associates that La Borne Contemporary Ceramic Centre will remain open and accessible every day from 11am to 6pm. If necessary, the Ceramic Centre reserves the right to restrict the number of visitors and entry to the centre.
The entire team remains at your disposal for any further information you may require.
Thank you for your support.
The Centre of Contemporary Ceramics at La Borne holds an iconic and indispensable place in the contemporary ceramics scene, through its output and its promotion of the practice of ceramics. Its activities relate to the preservation, showcasing and development of the culture of international contemporary ceramics.
The Contemporary Ceramics Centre of La Borne is a cultural and tourism-related facility of the Communauté de Communes Terres du Haut Berry.
The Centre’s programme of exhibitions reflects the permanent artistic presence assured by the Ceramics Association of La Borne and is conceived in collaboration with all of its members. The Centre is supported by the Ministry of Culture-Drac Centre-Val de Loire, the Centre-Val de Loire Region and the “Conseil départemental du Cher”, with the support of the municipality of Henrichemont. It is a member of “devenir.art”, an association of cultural stakeholders in the visual arts within the Region of Centre-Val de Loire.