The beautiful buildings are from 1915 and were the private home of the owner of a tulip and fruit farm until the 1990's.
In 1997 the international ceramic research center was established and our goal is still to offer internaional artist-in-residence well equipped studios and technical staff ready to help to put their visions into clay.
We have doubled the size of the facilities at Guldagergaard and making room for research and for new technology such as 3D, new workshops for plaster and mould making, slip casting and working in larger scales together with archives and the largest studio collection in Northern Europe.The key words from our start back in 1997 still stand: Openness – networking and multiple techniques. Guldagergaard welcomes artists in the new studios from January 2013. The Danish Minister for Culture Marianne Jelved opened the new studio building at Guldagergaard February 28th.
International Ceramic Research Center
Heilmannsvej 31 A
T: +45 58 19 00 16
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