CERAMIC SOCIETIES

THE ORIENTAL CERAMIC SOCIETY OF FRANCE

SFECO Oriental Ceramic Society of France
Cernuschi Museum,
7 Avenue Velasquez,
75008 Paris

http://sfeco.org/

Members of the Society are encouraged to contribute to our cultural program by presenting original lectures and by proposing or animating related activities. The Society organizes colloquies, symposiums, guided tours of museums and exhibitions, discussion groups in ceramics museums and private collections, as well as specialized field trips and travels. Membership in the Society confers the right to participate in its activities and to receive its bi-annual French language newsletter report on oriental ceramics activities in France and abroad. The “Letter SFECO” and the journal, Taoci, are published by the Society. Members receive invitations to the opening preview of Cernuschi Museum exhibitions.

THE ORIENTAL CERAMIC SOCIETY OF HONG KONG

A small Chinese Yixing teapot and cover, 19th/20th century. Formerly the collection of Sir Percival David

The Oriental Ceramic Society of Hong Kong Limited,
G.P.O. Box 6202,
Hong Kong
Email: ocs@orientalceramics.org.hk
Telephone: +852 2527 0696

http://orientalceramics.org.hk

The Oriental Ceramic Society of Hong Kong Limited (OCS) was established in 1974. It provides a forum for the lively exchange of ideas and information, sponsors publications, presents exhibitions, study sessions and travel programmes and hosts a regular series of scholarly lectures by an impressive array of distinguished speakers sharing knowledge with members whose interest is their main enthusiasm. In recent years the OCS has promoted joint lectures and tours with overseas affiliated and local societies who share an interest in the collection or appreciation of Oriental art and culture. A distinctive role of the OCS is to bring the resources of collectors to the public and to encourage collectors to open up their treasures and their fund of knowledge and experience, both to members and to the general public. The OCS was incorporated as a company limited by guarantee in 1992 and is recognised as a charitable institution by the Inland Revenue Department with the result that donations to the OCS are deductible for Hong Kong tax purposes.

THE ORIENTAL CERAMIC SOCIETY OF SWEDEN

The Oriental Ceramic Society of Sweden
c/o Vansvik #1201
Sodra Vagen 32
412 54 Goteborg
Sweden
www.ocssweden.se

THE ORIENTAL CERAMIC SOCIETY OF NORWAY

The Oriental Ceramic Society of Norway (NSOK)
Postboks 17
N-1318 Bekkestua
Norway
www.orientalskkeramikk.com

THE SOUTHEST ASIAN CERAMIC SOCIETY

(SEACS) was founded in Singapore in 1969 and focuses on the study of Southeast Asian as well as East and North Asian ceramics. It has been actively publishing relevant books, arranging exhibitions, sponsoring lectures with both local and visiting scholars, maintaining a Facebook site and an active website with an e-museum (www.seaceramic.org.sg), arranging specialty study tours and offering handling and training sessions ever since. Monthly meetings are held in a variety of locales, with some meetings open to the general public for educational purposes. Ordinary Overseas Non-voting Membership is S$25 per annum; S$250 for an Overseas Non-voting Lifetime Membership. Its out-of-print publications may be downloaded free from the Singapore National Library site accessible via the SEACS website under “Publications”. For application or more information please contact: seacs.secretary@gmail.com