The serene, 100-year-old fruit plantation Guldagergaard is visited by 200 of the world’s most talented ceramic artists
every year. The artists are drawn to the centre not just because of its world-class facilities, but also thanks to its reputation for excellence, which was embedded in the institution by its founders, six female ceramists. “When it comes to ceramics, we are one of the eight leading centres in the world. Our artists-in-residence come here to find peace and time for immersion but also because we have facilities that can’t be found anywhere else,” explains
director Mette Blum Marcher.