Paul Scott Cutting Transferware in is studio.

Paul Scott is a Cumbrian based artist with a diverse practice and an international reputation.

Creating individual pieces that blur the boundaries between fine art, craft and design, he is well known for research into printed vitreous surfaces, as well as his characteristic blue and white artworks in glazed ceramic.

Scott’s artworks can be found in public collections around the globe – including The National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design Norway, the Victoria and Albert Museum London, National Museums Liverpool,  Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh and Brooklyn Art Museum USA.

Commissioned work can be found in a number of UK museums as well as public places in the North of England, including Carlisle, Maryport, Gateshead and Newcastle Upon Tyne. He has also completed large scale works in Hanoi, Vietnam and Guldagergård public sculpture park in Denmark.

A combination of rigorous research, studio practice, curation, writing and commissioned work ensures that his work is continually developing. It is fundamentally concerned with the re-animation of familiar objects, landscape, pattern and a sense of place.

He has been Professor of Ceramics at Oslo National Academy of the Arts (KHiO) since 2011.

His current research project New American Scenery has been enabled by an Alturas Foundation artist award.

Paul Scott is represented by

Ferrin Contemporary
Cummington & North Adams, MA, USA

The Scottish Gallery
Edinburgh, Scotland

Taste Contemporary Craft
Geneva, Switzerland

1985 – present
Visual Artist and Author

2011 – present
Professor Ceramics, Oslo National Academy of Art, KHIO, Norway

2012 – 2014
Digital Research Fellow, Future Forming,  Manchester Institute for Research and Innovation in Art and Design, Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester, UK

2001 – 2011
Visiting Professor, Specialized Art Dept., National Academy of Art, KHIB, Bergen, Norway

2004 – 2007
Phd Fellow, Manchester Institute for Research and Innovation in Art and Design, Manchester Metropolitan University, Contemporary Arts, Manchester, UK

Jan 2002 – March 2003
Visual Arts Curator, Beacon Museum and Art Gallery, Whitehaven, Cumbria, UK

Jan 2000 – Jan 2002
The Norma Lipman Senior Research Fellow,  Department of Fine Art, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK

1977 – 1985
Art Teacher, Malvern Hall School Solihull, then Morton School Carlisle

2010 Manchester Institute for Research and Innovation in Art and Design, Manchester Metropolitan University, PhD
1976 – 1977, S. Martins College, Lancaster, B. Ed. (2.1.Hons) Art and Design
1972 – 1975, S. Martins College, Lancaster, Certificate of Education

2013 – present
International Advisor to Guldagergård, International Ceramic Research Centre, Denmark, and The Clay Studio, Philadelphia USA.

Co-Chair, AIR Council (

2006 – present
Founder Member AIR (Artists Interaction and Representation)
AAG (Artists Advisory Group), a-n The Artists Information Company

2000 – present
Member, Editorial Board, ICRC: Interpreting Ceramics, Research Collaboration, the Electronic Journal for Ceramics

1999 – present
Member,  International Academy of Ceramics

1999 – 2013
Board of Directors, a-n The Artists Information Company (2001 – 2011, Vice Chair)

Re-animating the Archive: New American Scenery
New American Scenery research is being enabled by an Alturas Foundation Artists Residency Award.

2013 – present
Re-animating the Archive: Spode
Artistic/documentary research project with Professor Charlotte Hodes (University of the Arts London), Professor Andrew Raftery (Rhode Island School of Design), The Spode Musuem Trust, Potteries Museum, British Ceramics Biennial, Staffordshire County Council Archives, Portmeirion Group PLC, V&A.

2012 – present
Horizon: Moving Images, Landscape, Transferware and Contemporary Ceramics, with National Museum of Art Architecture, Design Oslo.

Artist Award/Travel funding, The Alturas Foundation, $65,000 for New American Scenery

Grant, Arts Council England, £14,850 for research into the Spode Copper Plate Archive
Artist Residency, Clay Studio Philadelphia
Artist Residency, Ferrin Gallery Cummington MA.

Artist Residency, Medalta, Medicine Hat Alberta, Canada

Grant, British Council, for Cumbrian Blue(s) contribution to the Hanoi Mosiac Mural

Shortlisted Artist,  British Ceramics BiennialOne Off Award
Grant, British Council,  for exhibition at Rörstrand Museum, Lidköping, Sweden

Artist Residency, International Ceramic Studios, Kecskemét, Hungary
Artist Award/Travel funding, The Alturas Foundation, for New American Scenery

Artist Residency, Emily Carr Institute of Art and Design, Vancouver Canada
Artist Residency, Vale Visiting Artist, Denison University, Granville, Ohio, USA

Grant, British Council, for exhibition blås&knåda, Stockholm, Sweden
Artist Residency, University of South Australia/The Jam Factory, Adelaide Australia

Grant, MIRIAD, for Sensuous Knowledge conference, Bergen, Norway
Grant, British Council, for Body Blue, Galleri Nørby Exhibition, Copenhagen

Arts Council grant – research into ceramic print collections in Norway, Sweden and Finland

Encore Bursary: (£10,000) Northern Arts award – research into industrial engraved print and ceramics, and creative appropriation/use of archival material.

Northern Arts Travel grant for International Ceramic Center, Denmark

Newcastle University Grants Committee, grant for research in Sweden, Denmark, Netherlands, Artist and Industry collaborations

Grant, British Council & Northern Arts, for International Ceramic Studios, Hungary

Grant, British Council & Northern Arts, for International Ceramic Studios, Hungary

Artists Award, Northern Electric Arts Awards

Flowerbed and Missile from Wonderland with Lillemor Pettersson at Guldagergård Sculpture Park, Skælskør Denmark

2015 – present
Gardens with Andrew Raftery

2014 – present
Re-animating the Archive with Charlotte Hodes 

2013 – present
Horizon with Caroline Slotte

Horizon with Herbert Weigand

2012 – 2014
Horizon, 2D/3D with Michael Eden, MIRIAD

2007 – 2012
printed tableware with Anne Linnemann, Copenhagen

Advisor/Facilitator for Transient exhibition with Conrad Atkinson

Government Art Collection, UK
University of Wales Ceramic Collection, UK
Guldagergård Sculpture Park, Skælskør, Denmark


National Museums Scotland, Scotland
New York Historical Society, 
Nordenfjeldske Kunstindustrimuseum, Norway
Guldagergård Sculpture Park, Denmark

Bury Art Museum, Bury, UK
Carnegie Museum of Art, USA
Mount Holyoke College Art Museum, USA
National Museums Liverpool, UK
Potteries Museum, UK
RISD Museum, USA
Touchstones, UK

Contemporary Art Society for Plymouth Museum and Art Gallery,  UK
Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, 
National Museum of Wales at Cardiff, UK
National Museums Liverpool, UK
Chipstone Foundation, USA
Brighton Museum and Art Gallery, UK
National Museum of Art Architecture and Design, Oslo, Norway
Alturas Foundation, USA
Arizona State University Art Museum, USA
Newark Art Museum, USA
Brooklyn Museum, USA
National Museum of Art Architecture and Design, Oslo, Norway

Boston Museum of Fine Arts, USA
Victoria and Albert Museum, UK
The Crafts Council, UK
Chatsworth House, Derbyshire, UK

Musé Ariana, Geneva, Switzerland
Gardiner Museum, Toronto, Canada
Arizona State University Art Museum, USA

Victoria and Albert Museum, UK
National Museum of Art Architecture and Design, Oslo, Norway
The Potteries Museum, Stoke on Trent, UK
Statens Konstråd, National Public Art Council, Sweden
Handlesbankens, Stockholm, Sweden
Shipley Art Gallery, Gateshead, UK

Ateliers DArt de France, France
Danish Arts Foundation, Copenhagen
Bury Museum and Art Gallery, UK

Rörstrand Museum Lidköping, Sweden
Shipley Art Gallery, Gateshead, UK

Victoria and Albert Museum, UK
Nordenfjeldske Kunstinustrimuseum (National Museum Decorative Arts) Trondheim, Norway
Manchester Metropolitan University Library, Special Collections, UK
Manchester City Art Gallery, UK
Gallery Oldham, UK
Museum Bellerive, Collection of Decorative Arts, Zurich, Switzerland
International Ceramic Studios, Kecskemét, Hungary

Emily Carr University, Vancouver, Canada
Denison University, Granville, Ohio, USA

National Museum, Stockholm, Sweden
Gustavsberg Porcelain Museum, Gustavsberg, Sweden
Handlesbankens, Stockholm, Sweden
Ceramic Research Center, Guldagergård, Denmark
University South Australia, Adelaide, Australia
Jam Factory, Adelaide, Australia

Museum Ariana Geneva, Switzerland
York City Museum and Art Gallery, UK

Australian National University, Canberra, Australia
Hatton Gallery, University of Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK

Tullie House, Carlisle Museum and Art Gallery, UK

Expo Ceramic Museum, Kyonggido, South Korea
Nelson Mandela Foundation, Houghton, South Africa
Bankfield Museum, Halifax, Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery, Carlisle, UK
Copeland Borough Council Collection, UK
Oregon College of Art and Craft Collection, Portland, USA
Kohler Company, USA
Red Deer College, Alberta, Canada

University of Wales Ceramics Collection, Gustavsberg Sanitaryware Company, Gustavsberg, Sweden
International Ceramic Center, Skælskør, Denmark

Cumbria County Council Print Loan Collection, UK

International Ceramic Studios, Kecskemét, Hungary

International Ceramic Studios, Kecskemét, Hungary

Air UK/KLM Airways
Northern Arts, 

University of Wales Ceramics Collection, UK

Newcastle Arts Centre, UK
Leicestershire Education Committee Collection for Schools and Colleges, UK
University of Wales Ceramics Collection, UK

Cleveland Contemporary Art Collection, Middlesbrough

Home TruthsPEER London

Cuttings, Ruins, Refugees and Wild Roses, Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland
Trees and Cuttings, Cheeseburn Sculpture Park, Northumberland, UK

Scenery – Gardens, Bridges, Trucks,Turbines and Willows, Benson Hall Gallery, Providence, Rhode Island, USA,
with Andrew Raftery
Confected Borrowed and Blue, Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle, Teesdale, England
Confected Borrowed and Blue, Harley Gallery, Nottinghamshire, England
Confected Borrowed and Blue, Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Aberystwyth, Wales
Confected Borrowed and Blue, The Potteries Museum and Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent, England

Confected Borrowed and Blue, Holburne Museum, Bath Spa

Cumbrian Blue(s) at the Erie Art Museum, Erie PA, USA
Cumbrian Blue(s), Words by the Water Festival, Theatre by the Lake, Keswick, Cumbria
Horizon, Rom 8, KHiB, Bergen, Norway, with Herbert Wiegand

Blue and White Horizons, Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland

blås&knåda, Stockholm, Sweden

Illustrious Wonderers, Anne Linnemann Studio Galleri, Copenhagen, with Kurt Wesier, USA and Stephen Bowers, Australia

Cumbrian Blue(s) at Rörstrand, The Rörstrand Museum, Lidköping Sweden

Bovall Gallery, Bovallstrand Sweden, with Lillemor Petersson
Cumbrian Blue(s), 21st Century Showcase Manchester City Art Gallery, Newport Museum/Art Gallery

Confected Landscapes, Cultural Wall paper and Contemporary Vignettes, Sir Kenneth Green Library, Special Collections Gallery, Manchester Metropolitan University
BC Ceramics Gallery,Vancouver, Canada

blås&knåda, Stockholm, Sweden

Parcours Céramique Carougeois, Peter Kammerman Gallery, Geneva, Switzerland
Body BlueGalleri Nørby, Copenhagen, with Ann Linneman

Cumbrian Blue(s), Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery, Carlisle, UK

Remember Me, Hatton Gallery, Newcastle Upon Tyne, UK
Remember Me When This You See, University of Wales Ceramics Collection, Aberystwyth

Blue and White(haven) (contemporary interpretations of a collection): Beacon Museum and Art Gallery, Whitehaven, Cumbria, UK

Grove Gallery, University of California, San Diego, USA

1998, Inverness

Maureen Michaelson, London Contemporary Art Fair 

Horizon, Transferware and Contemporary Ceramics, Arnoldsche Art Publishers/National Museum of Art Architecture and Design, Oslo, Norway
Beyond Bravura, Stephen Bowers, Ceramic Review 266, March/April 2014, Book Review

Peppers, Pixies and Pickled Onions: The extraordinary artwork of Jim Cooper, Ceramic Review 261, May/June 2013

Ceramics and Print, 3rd edition, Bloomsbury, UK / University of Pennsylvania Press, USA,  ISBN 978 1 4081 5149 5 

Willows, Windmills and Wild Roses, Recycling and Remediation, Catalogue/Conference Essay, Ting Tang Trash, Upcycling, Permannenten Vestlandske Kunstindustriemuseum, KHiB, Bergen

The Hanoi Mosaic Mural, Ceramic Review 244, Sept/October

2006 The work of Scott Rench, Ceramics Monthly
Paddy Killer, Exhibition Catalogue Essay

Ceramics and Print, 2nd Edition, A&C Black, UK / University Pennsylvania Press, USA / Haupt Verlag, Switzerland, Book, Author, ISBN 0 8122 1800 0
Willows, Bombs and Cop-outs:, for In-Print, Evolution in Contemporary Printmaking, Touring Exhibition Catalogue, Quay Art Hull

Painted Clay, Graphic Arts and the Ceramic Surface, A&C Black, UK / Watson Guptill, USA, Book, Author, ISBN 0 7136 4754

The Plate Show, Collins Gallery, Glasgow, Scottish Arts Council, Originator, contributor and catalogue editor,

Glazed Expressions, Orleans House Gallery, Twickenham, Catalogue, Consultation/curation, contributor, editor ,  ISBN 1 902643

Hot off the Press: Teacher’s Notes, Bellew/Crafts Council, Author

Hot off the Press, book, Bellew/Crafts Council, Book, Originator, contributor and editor, ISBN 1 85725 119 9

Ceramics and Print, A&C Black, Book, Author ISBN 0-7136-3746-3

1987-1998 Artists Newsletter magazine, Commissioning Editor, Ceramics 

Capita Symonds, Cumbria County Council, Allerdale Borough Council, Maryport Town Map/signage, Cumbria, UK

Contemporary Art Society and a consortium  of four museums: Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery, National Museum of Wales, Cardiff, National Museums Liverpool, Plymouth Museum and Art Gallery

Guldagergård Sculpture Park, Skælskør Denmark, 5m tall printed porcelain tree

Shipley Art Gallery, Gateshead, Artwork for Contemporary Craft Collection
The Hanoi Mosaic Mural, Vietnam, 40 linear metres mosaic

Cumbria County Council/North West Development Agency, Maryport Business Centre, signage, glass and tiling Northern Print Studios, Willow Creek, Gallery WC, printed porcelain tiles, walls plus washbasin

Capita Symonds, Cumbria County Council, Allerdale Borough Council, lead artist, town refurbishment, Maryport Cumbria, with specific responsibility for signage, town centre maps and interpretation artwork

Allerdale District Council, Artworks for new public conveniences in Workington Town Centre Cumbria, collaboration with writer Robert Drake
Bett Homes/Arts Council,Tiled artworks in wall surrounding housing development, Ponteland, Northumberland

Allerdale District Council, 60 metres of printed porcelain tiling inserted into surface of sandstone wall as part of 300m Flood Defence Wall North Quay, The Harbour, Maryport, Cumbria

Ove Arup and Partners, Newcastle Upon Tyne, artwork/signage for 4 offices

The New Theatre by the Lake, Keswick, Arts Council Lottery Funded/Northern Arts, 6 painted/printed porcelain wall panels, 
Cumbria County Council, print loan collection

Mottram St Andrew, Arts Council Lottery Funded, painted/printed porcelain wall panels

Royal Victoria Infirmary, Newcastle, Arts Council Lottery Funded/Northern Arts/Northumbrian Water/Deloitte and Touche, 3 panels for Ophthalmic Services Reception

Year of the Visual Arts, Tullie House: Clock, Commission, Northern Arts/Air UK, Underglaze painting on porcelain panel

Living at Belsay: Contemporary craft in an historic setting, Crafts Council/Northern Arts Funded, Painted porcelain fire screen

Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Gateshead, Gateshead MBC, Northern Arts fundedPorcelain wall panels main entrance

Alice in Wonderland, Ferrin Contemporary, North Adams, MA
Taste Contemporary at Tresor Contemporary Craft, Basel, Switzerland
Re-invented, Clay Art Center, Port Chester, NY
Angie Lewin: A Printmaker’s Journey, Discovery Centre, Winchester, UK
Ferrin Contemporary at the New York Glass & Ceramics Fair, New York, NY

True Blue, Nordenfjeldske Kunstindustrimuseum, Trondheim,Norway
Renewed Past, CODA Museum, Apeldoorn, Netherlands
Unconventional Clay: Engaged in Change, Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City
Mending Revealed,  Allsop Gallery, Bridport
Landscape : Islands,  Ceramic House, Brighton
The Art of Inventive Repair,  Ferrin Contemporary at New York Ceramics and Glass Fair, New York and Ferrin Contemporary, North Adams, MA

Blue and White, British Printed Ceramics, V&A Museum, London
Modern History, Contemporary Visual Arts Network, Bury Museum and Art Gallery
Made in China, Ferrin Contemporary at the New York Ceramics Fair, New York
Immersion, Becoming You, Waterfall Mansion, New York City
Ink_d Gallery at the London Contemporary Art Fair
Bevere Gallery, Worcester

The Best is Not too Good for You, Contemporary Art Society/Whitechapel Gallery, London
Rugby Art Gallery and Museum
A Place at the Table, Pallant House Art Gallery
Made in China, Ferrin Contemporary at Art Miami, Miami
Hidden Agenda, Socially Conscious Craft, Berwick Visual Arts, Naughton Gallery at Queens
Schrift und Objekt, Galerie Handwerk München
Ink_d Gallery at the London Contemporary Art Fair

Setting the Scene, Farnham Crafts Study Centre
Crafting a Continuum: Rethinking Contemporary Craft, Arizona State University Art Museum, Touring to Bellevue Arts Museum Washington, Boise Art Museum, Idaho, Fort Wayne Museum of Art, Indiana, Nora Eccles Museum of Art, Utah State University, Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, Texas
The Nature of Mending
Contemporary Blue and White, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, USA
Ferrin Contemporary,  Cummington, MA, USA
Lucy Lacoste Gallery, Concord MA, USA
Ink_d Gallery at the London Art Fair
Stories in the Making, Gallery North, Sheffield

Subvert, Light Square Gallery, Adelaide, Australia
Collect, with the Bluecoat Gallery, Saatchi Gallery, London
Langenthal, Musée Ariana, Geneva, Switzerland
Rule Britannia, Gardiner Museum, Toronto, Canada
The Tree, Gallerie Handwerk, Munich, Germany

Ting Tang Trash, Upcycling Permannenten Vestlandske Kunstindustriemuseum,
Changing Paces, Mixed Media, New Faces, Joanna Bird Gallery, London
Ceramic Cities, Dialogues in Design, Potteries Museum and Art Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent
Plates, Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh
Collect, with the Bluecoat Gallery, Saatchi Gallery, London
Bernardaud Foundation, Limoges, France
Blue, Flow Gallery, London
12, Rheged, Penrith, Cumbria
Transferwork, Galerie Handwerk, Munich, Germany

Ceremonial Dishes, L’artelier Ceramique, Lausanne Switzerland
Craftism – Objects to Change the World, Shipley Art Gallery, Gateshead
Fired Up: Ceramics & Meaning, Gallery Oldham
Liverpool/Shanghai Exposure Exhibition, Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool
Renegade Potters and Extreme Craft, Ink_d Gallery, Brighton
Hand Made, Fortnum and Mason, London
Taking Time, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, plus touring
Korero Ceramics in Conversation, installation in Yinggee Ceramics Museum, Taipei County for 2010 Taiwan Ceramics Bienniale

Nature and Nation, Museum on the Seam, Jerusalem
Object Factory, Museum of Art and Design, New York, USA
International Festival of Design, Lodz, Poland
White-Blue, Blue-White, Galerie Handwerk, Munich
British Ceramics Biennial – Awards, Potteries Museum and Art Gallery, Stoke on Trent

These Valued Landscapes, Bury St Edmunds Art Gallery, Suffolk
Fold Gallery at Scope Art Fair, London
Aesthetic Kitsch and Ceramic, Musée Magnelli, Vallauris, France
Object Factory, Gardiner Museum, Toronto, Canada
Gift, European Think Tank
Teas Up, Contemporary Applied Arts, London

Functional Art, Drudd and Koppe, Copenhagen
Gift, European Think Tank, Touring exhibition through 2008, Gmunden Austria, Stockholm, London
Dreadful Delights (Förfärligt härligt) Nationalmuseum, Stockholm, Sweden
200 Years: Slavery Now, Bluecoat, Liverpool
Legacy (marking 200th anniversary of the Slave Trade Act 1907) Cumbria Institute of the Arts, Beacon Whitehaven
Unsoiled, Nature/Culture themes in clay Tweed Museum of Art, Duluth University Minnesota USA

Making a Mark, Northern Print, Newcastle, UK
Surface Tension (with Stephen Dixon and Sergei Isupov), Jam Factory, Adelaide, Australia

A Great Mania, The Influence of Delftware, Sun Valley Center for the Arts, Idaho, USA
Stories and Visions of Nature in Clay, Signature Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
Clay and Print 1, Clay Studio, Fort Wayne, Indiana, USA
Lowood Gallery, Cumbria

Collect, Victoria and Albert Museum

Telltale, Narratives within Contemporary Crafts, Shipley Art Gallery
Gateshead Fusion
,The Odyssey Gallery, Asheville North Carolina USA
Textual Practice, Tres Gallery, San Diego USA

Are You Sitting Comfortably? The Water Closet Workshop, Hatton Gallery University of Newcastle Upon Tyne + UK Tour
blue+white+radical, Garth Clark Gallery, New York, USA
Games People Play, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester
Det Dansende Værktøj, International Ceramic Museum Grimmerhus, Denmark

Form and Transfer, Drumcroon Arts Centre, Wigan, UK
IAC Members exhibition, Chosen Royal Kiln Museum, Kwangju, South Korea
Digital Ceramics, The Light Factory, Charlotte, North Carolina, USA
Messages and Meanings: The Narrative of Print, Bankfield Museum, Art Gallery Halifax, UK

The Water Closet Worksop, Gustavsberg Porcelain Museum, Konstfack Gallery, Stockholm, Röhsska Museet (The Swedish Design Museum) Gothenburg, Grimmerhus National Ceramic Museum, Middlefart Denmark, touring UK through 2002
Paper Clay Plus, Touring Exhibition, Crawford Arts Centre, St Andrews, Scotland
The Poetry of the Industrial Landscape with Maria Geszler (Hungary), Feinmechanisches Museum, Merzig, Germany
Millennium Platter Exhibition, Sydney Australia
Print Works, Rufford Craft Centre, Notts, UK
Pattern Transfer, Spode Museum, Stoke,
Waygood Gallery, Newcastle Upon Tyne

Ceramics from Five Continents, touring exhibition:ICS Hungary, to Germany/Denmark
HOP II, New Contemporary Ceramic Museum, Kecskemét, Hungary
The Plate Show, Collins Gallery Glasgow + UK tour
International Superblue, ArtKitchen, Amsterdam
Herndon Gallery, Yellow Springs, Ohio, USA

Brandenberg Ministry of Culture, Germany
Tölgyfa Gallery, Budapest Academy of Arts
Hungarian Museum of Photography, Kecskemét, Hungary
Atelier Cirkel, Antwerp, Belgium
Glazed Expressions, Orleans House Gallery, Twickenham

Vigado, Budapest, Hungary
Atelier Cirkel, Antwerp, Belgium

Hot off the Press, Tullie House/Crafts Council Touring Exhibition:Tullie House Carlisle, Collins Gallery Glasgow, Wolsey Art Gallery Ipswich, Peterborough Museum and Art Gallery
Fired, Contemporary Print in Ceramics, Harriet Green Gallery, London
Living at Belsay, Contemporary Craft in an Historic Setting, Belsay Hall, Northumberland
Northern Print, Hatton Gallery, Newcastle
The Needle Points North, Darlington Arts Centre

Designers Habitats, Collins Gallery, Glasgow
AWTC, Building Centre, London

Carlisle Open Exhibition, Tullie House, Carlisle Museum and Art Gallery, Prize winner
Tyger 1794-1994 Tyger, an Interior for William Blake, The House of William Blake, London
Wall Pieces, Rufford Craft Centre

Contemporary Artists Give Centuries-Old Ceramics a Modern Twist, Wall Street Journal Magazine, August 1, 2017
Exhibition | ‘Home Truths,’ Paul Scott’s Brutal Blue and White Porcelain Plates, C-FILE, May 7, 2017

PAUL SCOTT: Cuttings, Ruins, Refugees and Wild Roses, Scottish Gallery, ISBN 978-1-910267-43-1
Paul Scott Artful Anachronism, (Shax Riegler), Antiques Magazine, January 2016

Graphic Clay, Jason Burnett, Lark New York

The Best is Not too Good for You, Contemporary Art Society/Whitechapel Gallery (Ingrid Swenson)
Willow, Alison Syme, Reaktion Books

5000 Years of Tiles,  Hans van Lemmen, British Museum
Crafting a Continuum, Re-thinking Contemporary Art. Arizona University Art Museum/ University of North Carolina Press
Sustainable Ceramics, A Practical Guide, Robert Harrison, Bloomsbury
A Potters Dictionary, Frank and Janet Hamer, Bloomsbury

Ceramics, A Fragile History BBC 4 Documentary
The Pot Book,  Edmund De Waal, Phaidon books

The Wild and The Natural, Andy Christian, in Ceramic Review 244 July/August 2010

Contemporary Ceramics Emmanuel Cooper, Thames and Hudson
Object Factory, Museum of Arts and Design New York
Confected Landscapes, Amy Gogarty in Ceramics Art and Perception No: 75

Fragiles, Porcelain Glass and Ceramics Gestalten, Berlin
Cumbria Life (June/July) magazine feature by Sue Allan
Gift European Think Tank
Studio Pottery in Britain 1900 – 2005 Jeffrey Jones, A&C Black
Confrontational Clay, Judtih Schwatrz, UPP, A&C Black 2008

Kunsthandverk (issue 4 2007) magazine

Monument Architecture and Design (Pacific Magazines ABN 16097410896 Sydney Australia) Aug/Sept: Magazine feature
World Contemporary Public Art – Ceramic Works Zhang Yushan, Shaoshan University Press
Image Transfer Paul Wandless Lark Books

The Ceramic Narrative Matthias Ostermann A&C Black
500 Cups Lark Books

Making Marks, Discovering the Ceramic Surface, Robin Hopper Kraus Publications
Twentieth Century British Tiles, Chris Blanchett

20th Century Ceramics, Edmund De Waal, Thames and Hudson
Tell Tale, Narratives in Contemporary Craft Exhibition Catalogue Shipley Art gallery
Ceramic Copper Plates and Computers, Tim Long Printmaking Today Vol 12 No 4 Contemporary Studio Porcelain, Peter Lane A&C Black/UPP
Cumbrian Blue(s) catalogue, Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery Carlisle.

Remember Me when this you see, (catalogue) Jo Dahn, University of Wales, Aberystwyth
Post Modern Ceramics, Mark Delvecchio, Thames and Hudson
The Tile: Making Designing and Using, Kenneth Clark MBE Crowood Press
Ceramic Surface Decoration: contemporary approaches and techniques Matthias Ostermann A&C Black
Healthy Living Centres, Geoffrey Purves, Architectural Press
Potters Guide to Ceramic Surfaces, Jo Connell, Quarto

Pioneer Printer
, Dr Stephanie Brown, Keramik Magazine
Form and Transfer slide set, Manchester Metropolitan University
Blaumalerei auf Porzellan und Keramik, Hans Van lemmen/Guido Von Martens, Callwey (Germany)

Working with Paperclay and other additives, Anne Lightwood, Crowood

20th Century Tiles, Hans Van Lemmen and Chris Blanchett, Shire Books
Painted Ceramics, Brenda Pegrum, Crowood Press
Potters Workshop, Jenny Rodwell, David and Charles
The Scott Collection, Cumbrian Blues, Paul Mason, Ceramics Art and Perception, No:35.
More on Fired Print, article by Greg Bell in Ceramics Technical, No:8
HOP2 catalogue, International Ceramic Studios, Kecskemét, Hungary

Paperclay, Rosette Gault, University of Pennsylvania Press

A Potters Dictionary, Frank and Janet Hamer, A&C Black

Contemporary Porcelain, Peter Lane, A&C Black

Real Art Magazine: Vol 3 No:4 2002, Vol: 3 No:3 2000,  Vol 1 No:9 1996, Vol:2 No:2, 1992, Vol 1 No:7 1990, Vol1 No: 4 1988, Vol:1 No:2 1987.

Re- reanimate repair, meld and mend, Bluecoat Display Centre Liverpool

Horizon, Ceramics, Print, Landscape, National Museum of Art Architecture, Design Oslo.

Judge/Curator – Portage Ceramic Awards and exhibition, New Zealand.

The Vitrified Image, Hyde Gallery, San Diego/NCECA. USA

Are You Sitting Comfortably, the Water-closet Workshop. UK Touring Exhibition, Hatton Gallery Newcastle Upon Tyne, Arts Council Funded UK Tour.

Det Dansende Værktøj, Museum of International Ceramic Art Grimmerhus, Denmark

Originator/Co-curator The Plate Show, Collins Gallery, Glasgow/Scottish Arts Council (toured until end 2002)

Originator/Co-curator Glazed Expressions, contemporary ceramics and the written word, Orleans House Gallery, Twickenham

Originator/Co-curator, Hot off the Press, ceramics and print Crafts Council/Tullie House/Northern Arts (touring)

Technicalities: Meaning in Methods, Symposium and Workshop, Panel Member, The Center for Art in Wood, Philadelphia,  PA

Willows, Waterworks, and Wild Roses, Panel organizer/Chair/Lecture, NCECA RISD Providence, USA
Firing Up (Norway), KHiO (Oslo National Academy of the Arts), Opening lecture.

Ceramics and Politics, Holburne Museum, Bath Spa
Duchess, Dogs, Detroit and Dragons, Handles and Cherrypickers – patterned travels in the archives of an industry. Lecture, International Academy of Ceramics General assembly, Dublin
Blue and Beyond, Into the 21st Century,  lecture, Northern Ceramic Society, Summer School
The Best is Not too Good for You, lecture Contemporary Art Society Symposium, Whitechapel Gallery, London
Beyond Blue,  Paper to University West of England/AHRC symposium, Victoria and Albert Museum January 2014

Setting the Scene (Craft and Landscape), Lecture, Farnham Study Centre for the Crafts

Subversive Ceramics, paper, Holburne Museum, Bath
Paper to Subversive Clay, Australian Ceramics Triennial and MC, panel discussion chair
Print Symposium, Guldagergård International Ceramic Research Centre Denmark – instigator/co-organiser
Recording Britain, Symposium, Victoria and Albert Museum, lecture
Chair, seminar 3D Printing seminar – Towards a New Ceramic Future. Victoria and Albert Museum, London

Paper to conference – Ting Tang Trash, Upcycling. Permannenten Vestlandske Kunstindustriemuseum, KHiB, Bergen
Taking Time Gracefield Arts Centre, Dumfries, panel member

Modus Operandi Agrestis – paper to conference on creative practice in rural locations, Carlisle, Cumbria
International Academy of Ceramics, UNESCO Paris

Parallels and Connections – paper, Phd conference, University of Sunderland

Collaborations and Confections keynote paper Collaborative Relationships 2007 International Ceramic Research Center Guldagergård Denmark…

Cumbrian Blue(s), paper to Clay Indus Try, Decorative Arts Museum Copenhagen/International Ceramic Research Center Guldagergård Denmark
Inner Immensity:  Ceramics and Place, panel member NCECA Portland Oregon USA

Ceramics Landscape Memory and Confection, paper to Sensuous Knowledge Conference Bergen National Academy of the Arts.

Det Dansende Værktøj, originator, advisor, participant: Painting Symposium, Royal Copenhagen Porcelain and Danmarks Keramikmuseum Museum of International Ceramic Art, studio and research department: Guldagergaard, Skælskør

Originator and Advisor to Konstfack University Stockholm for The Water Closet Workshop at Gustavsberg Sanitaryware Company (Villeroy and Bosch)
Creative Collaborations, paper, Arts Council/Cumbria College of Art and Design, Theatre by the Lake, Keswick

From Gutenburg to the Internet, a History of Print & Ceramics 1760 to 1999, with Les Lawrence NCECA (National Council for Education in the Ceramic Arts) Columbus, Ohio, USA
IMPACT International Print Conference, keynote paper. University West of England
Public Craft in the Landscape, seminar, keynote paper, AN/University of Northumbria

Organiser, Hot off the Press 2, Symposium, International Ceramic Studios (Budapest Academy of Arts) Kecskemét Hungary
Advisor /Chair/MC, Fired Print, University of Central Lancashire, Preston UK

Organiser/Chair, Clay Books, Pots and Prints, Conceptual Shifts and the Mona Lisa, seminar Crafts Council, London
Ceramics at the Millennium, a Creative Dialogue, with Paul Vincent, Editor Studio Pottery Magazine. International Potters Festival, University of Wales, Aberystwyth

Hot off the Press, seminar, organiser/chair, Collins Gallery, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland

Bretton Hall, College of the University of Leeds
Bucks New University
University of Cumbria: Ambleside, Lancaster, Carlisle
Cheltenham and Gloucester College of Higher Education
Edinburgh College of Art
London Institute: Camberwell College, St. Martins College of Art
Manchester Metropolitan University
Plymouth College of Art
Royal College of Art, London
London University of the Arts Central St Martins
University College, Scarborough
University of Central Lancashire, Preston
University of Derby
University of Glasgow, Dumfries
University of Ulster, Belfast
University of Newcastle Upon Tyne
University of Sunderland
University of Wales, Aberystwyth
University of Wolverhampton
University of the West of England, Bristol

Alberta College of Art and Design, Calgary, Alberta, Canada (lectures)
Alfred University, Alfred, New York, USA(lecture/tutorials)
Arizona State University Ceramics Research Centre, (lecture)
Art School of The Chicago Art Institute, USA (lecture)
Art Academy Hoogstraten, Belgium (lecture)
Art Academy Turnhout, Belgium (lecture)
Art Academy Stedelijke, Belgium (lecture)
Art Academy Zottegem, Belgium (lecture)
Auckland Potters, Auckland New Zealand
Australian National University, Canberra Australia (lecturer/course leader)
Capella Garden College, Öland, Sweden (lecturer/course leader)
China Students Club of Boston, Boston, USA
Copenhagen Design School, Denmark (lecturer/course leader)
Denison University Granville Ohio USA (Visiting Artist)
Ecole des Arts Décoratifs, Geneva Switzerland (lecturer/workshop leader)
Emily Carr University, Vancouver, Canada (visiting artist/course leader)
Erie Art Museum, USA (lecture)
Formakedemin Lidköping Sweden (lecturer/course leader)
Grossmont College, El Cajon, USA (lecturer)
Harvard University, USA (Lecture)
Hanoi School of Fine Arts, Vietnam (lecture)
HDK School of Design and Crafts, Gotebörg, Sweden (lecturer/course leader)
International Ceramic Research Centre, Skælskør, Denmark (course leader/residencies)
Jam Factory Centre for Craft and Design, Adelaide Australia (Visiting Artist)
Kolding Design School, Kolding, Denmark (lecturer/course leader)
KKV Växjö, Sweden (lecturer/course leader)
KHiB Bergen, Norway (Visiting Professor)
KHiO, Oslo, Norway (Professor 2)
Konstfack University, Stockholm, Sweden (lecturer/course leader)
Kurszentrum, Ballenberg, Switzerland (lecturer/course leader)
Limerick College of Art and Design, Ireland (lecturer/course leader)
Medalta Potteries, Medicine Hat Alberta Canada (Artist Residency)
Ohio State University, Columbus Ohio USA (lecture)
Oregon College of Art and Craft, Portland Oregon, USA (lecturer/course leader)
Philadelphia University College of the Arts, USA (lecture)
Project Art, Cummington, MA, USA (lecture)
Red Deer College, Alberta, Canada (lecturer/course leader)
Rhode Island School of Art and Design, USA (Lecture)
The Clay Studio, Philadelphia USA (Residency/Lectures)
Tyler University School of Art, Philadelphia USA (Lecture)
University of California Davis, USA (lecturer/workshop leader)
University of California San Diego, USA (Visiting Artist/course leader)
University of Illinois Champaign, USA (Visiting Artist/course leader)
University of Indiana, Bloomington, USA (Visiting Artist/course leader)
South Australian School of Art, University of South Australia, Adelaide (Visiting Artist)
San Antonio School of Art, San Antonio, Texas, USA (lecture)