logo_AEuCC_no_subtitleAEuCC (Agrupación Europea de Cooperación Territorial Ciudades de la Cerámica / European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation Cities of Ceramics) is a European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation created in 2014 that groups together the Associations of Cities of Ceramics in Europe, based in Italy (AiCC), France (AfCC), Spain (AeCC), Romania (ArCC), Germany (AgCC) and Poland (AplCC).

Founding members are Italy, France, Spain and Romania.

Each association represents municipalities with “ancient ceramic tradition” (Italy, 35 cities; France, 22 cities; Spain, 29 cities; Romania, 12 cities; Germany, 10 cities; Poland, 3 cities). In total, the area of the AEuCC EGTC includes 111 European cities.

The mission of AEuCC is to develop territorial and transnational cooperation in the field of ceramic art and craft, mainly to create social and economic cohesion, by developing projects and services for the ceramic sector stakeholders.

AEuCC is open to new members, which need to be “associations of cities of ceramics” (at least three cities from the same country). In order to enlarge the EGTC, the cities willing to create a new association are granted “observer status” and are allowed to participate in the AEuCC works.

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AEuCC Assembly in Paris: new members and new President

25/01/2017 | Posted in Home, News

Foto_2_IMG_2520On Saturday, January 21st, 2017, a very important Assembly of the European Grouping of Territorial Cooperation “Cities of Ceramics” – EGTC AEuCC was held in Paris, in the premises of Maison&Objet, the most important international trade fair dedicated to applied arts, lifestyle, decoration and design. Continue reading

Project meeting in Romania

09/12/2016 | Posted in Home, News

IMG_0982It was held on December 7th an important bilateral meeting between the European Grouping Cities of Ceramics “AEuCC” and the Romanian Association of Cities of Ceramics “ArCC”.

The meeting took place in Horezu, city situated in the South West Oltenia region, not far from its capital Craiova. Continue reading