Icheon Cerapia, A Space for Creation and Convergence of Contemporary Art
The Cerapia, located in the city of Icheon – a major city for ceramic arts in Korea, is a global ceramic arts park derives its name from a combination of the words “ceramic” and “utopia,” signifying a utopia made of ceramics. The major facility of Cerapia, the World Ceramic Center (CeraMIX Creativity Center), houses a collection of more than 2,000 works of contemporary ceramic artworks from all over the world, allowing visitors to view, appreciate, and learn more about global ceramic works through diverse special exhibitions.
The Center is a multi-cultural complex that also includes artist residency, workshop, and hands-on experience facilities.
In particular, the CeraMIX Creativity Residency Studio located on the first floor of the World Ceramic Center (CeraMIX Creativity Center) invites visitors to see and learn from the demonstrations of ceramists as well as glass artists performing glassblowing and lampworking. Moreover, the Center includes the Toyaseum, a storage-like museum; Gumiho Lake; the Pavillion, a special exhibition hall; Doseondang Artshop; and beautiful outdoor ceramic environmental facilities and contents such as the Singing Tree.
263, Gyeongchungdae-ro 2697 beon-gil, Icheon-si, Gyeonggi-do Province Tel. 031-631-6501(※ Closed January 1 and Mondays.)