Hannah deJonge (b. 1997 Canada) is a maker based in London, UK. With a focus in ceramics, her practice engages with sequences and patterns through wheel-thrown work. Often with an iterative approach, she works with repetition to explore making, altering and arranging pots into sculptural and functional objects.

deJonge’s interest in ceramics and the craft of production pottery has led her to investigate how patterns in making can enable a greater understanding of an object’s purpose. In promoting a belief for the creative potential of production, she aims to incite questions on how informality and hospitality are qualities often embraced through the use of ceramics.





MA (Distinction) in Designer Maker, Camberwell College of Arts, UAL, London, UK,  2021 - 2022

BDes in Graphic Design, OCAD University, Toronto, Canada, 2015-2019


Kiln Firing Assistant, Oxford University Kilns with Aaron Angell, Oxford, UK, 2023

Studio Assistant, Troy Town Art Pottery, London, UK, 2023

Graduate Mentor, Turning Earth Ceramics, London, UK, 2023

Selected Exhibitions

Iterations, Lot Projects, London, UK, 2023

Degree Show, Camberwell College of Arts, London, UK, 2023

At This Time, Camberwell College of Arts, London, UK, 2022

Quilted Vessels, Centre [3] for Artistic + Social Practice, Hamilton, Canada, 2020