The Romano Ranieri School of Ceramic Art was born in 2001 with the goal of resolving the contrast that exists between the demands of everyday life and creative aspirations, in an artistic way.

The school’s headquarters is located in Deruta. It is of the finest ceramic institutions, and the most respectable in Italy. The school is noted and appreciated around the world for the high quality of its artifacts, which are presented in the most renowned museums.

The school is capable of welcoming numerous requests, which increase daily, by those who regard Deruta to be the only destination for learning and perfecting ceramic techniques.

For the high professionalism of staff professors, they are in grade to providing the most qualified techniques in the processing and complete cycle of ceramics. Starting off from elementary knowledge to the most sophisticated intelligence, this art renders ceramics one of the most appreciated arts!

On the school you can learn all kind of international ceramic techniques, we haven’t secrets about ceramic and we love to share all information with you.

Our experimental methods guarantee the finest results, learning and quality of operations.


  • Mud is Mood

    MILANO DESIGN WEEK 2019 – DIGITAL DETOX DESIGN 7/14 APRILE 2019, STUDIO CORREA GRANADOS ARCHITECTS, VIA SOLFERINO 11     During Milano Design Week 2019 Mud is Mood will be part of “Living Experience” the event conceived to take a

  • Versando Torgiano

    Quando la ceramica incontra i prodotti della Terra. Il Comune di Torgiano strategicamente posto alla confluenza del fiume Chiascio e del Tevere è sin dall’antichità un territorio votato sia alla ceramica che all’agricoltura. Grazie ad un terreno argilloso e alla

  • Evolution 16.9 at Tecnargilla 2016

    MIC at  Tecnargilla 2016 Tecnargilla, the world´s biggest ceramics industry trade show, set to take place in Rimini from 26 to 30 September 2016, will host a selection of works from the International Ceramics Museum in Faenza (MIC) as part of the Ceramic

  • light4good

      Il mecenatismo di QVC Italia si rinnova con la mostra Luce4Good – Light Art Ensemble 2015, la luce come progetto di vita a sostegno di Fondazione Umberto Veronesi per il progetto Pink is Good  Dal 10 al 20 dicembre


      DESIGN ON FERMENT, 300 ceramic bottles and 7 umbrian breweries present in Milan “Design in Ferment” expo, Special handcrafted beers.