The Parcours Céramique Carougeois is organised by the:

The Bruckner Foundation is a centre dedicated to contemporary ceramics, located in Carouge in a green setting on the outskirts of Geneva.

Created from the legacy left to Carouge culture by Mrs Charlotte Bruckner, the Foundation has been working since 1998 to continue Carouge’s ceramic tradition. As the earthenware factories and craftsmen’s workshops gave way to the realities of the 21st century, the Bruckner Foundation took over the task of promoting and spreading the influence of this multi-faceted art form.

The Bruckner Foundation – Ceramic Centre is a public-law foundation whose mission is to promote ceramics by providing professional workshops (rentals and bursaries), supporting young ceramists and organising events such as the Parcours Céramique Carougeois.

During the biennial, it hosts demonstrations and conferences. These events offer an opportunity to grasp the richness the richness of ceramic languages, techniques and creative processes.

To find out more about the Bruckner Foundation.