The ACC was created by the will of a small group of professional potters who had common goals, and that they wanted to present to the administration and the interest to do joint promotional activities. This small group was formed by John Aromí, Carles Batallé, Manel Diestre, Teresa Gironès, Nuria PIE i Xavier Oliveras. The first meeting came the firm will go ahead and create a professional group duly legalized.
This initiative had an extraordinary impact, adding them shortly collector·group of potters Saints, Copper as well as the group of Girona. This response required a collective structure·organized teaching. Organized for this purpose, first meeting at Sans Saints.
In 1985 under the slogan "For an association of potters' the day 26 October 1985 met at a Barcelona Ceramic Museum 200 people linked to the world. After heated discussions and agreed to create vital ACC; was a great success.
The 1986 was composed 60 partners.
Constituted a first board having as president and as vice president James Toldrà Teresa Selva, a specific premise: had to be a cultural association and nonprofit. The name was given, also after a great debate, Potters Association of Catalonia was.
During this first stage, Association published a catalog of the work of the partners at the same time organized activities such as "FALL WORKSHOP" and potters began exchanges with other countries.
The first clubhouse located in Ecuador No.. 2 year 1986, was very small, as the association was still, but covered the need for meeting space, a small secretariat, as well as an archive that today is the day history. Was open only two days a week and had the invaluable·Cristina Alabert operation during 12 years would be the communication link between the board and partners.
Our partnership was growing and we needed a place where all capiguéssim, fer could choose courses, exhibitions, etc.. In Gracia, in the Plaza North was the place where we were moving in 1993 and during 7 years was our Headquarters. At Grace were made several collective·partnerships with neighborhood, by the federation of organizations and neighborhood association and has been our mark on Revolution Square in the form of hopscotch ceramic adjoining land.
In 2000 we were moved to the Doctor Dou Street, where we currently. In this space we wanted to have a central place where you could make striking exhibitions, have library, library, and even the possibility of opening a store that is part of a cultural. Is the space that we offer today.