Profile: Julian Stair

Julian Stair

Julian Stair is a potter, academic and writer. He has exhibited internationally over the last 25 years and has work in over twenty public collections including the Victoria & Albert Museum, British Council, American Museum of Art & Design, Hong Kong Museum of Art and the Boymans Museum, Netherlands. In 2004 he was awarded the European Achievement Award by the World Crafts Council for the project Extended Inhumation. In February 2008 the Art Fund purchased Monumental Jar V for Middlesborough Institute of Modern Art. In 2002 he completed a PhD at the Royal College of Art on the relationship between early 20thC English ceramics and Modernism. He is a Visiting Professor of Ceramics and Theory at Camberwell College, University of the Arts London and is working on the ARHC funded project Forgotten Japonism through the Research Group TrAIN.
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