Célia Z Brandão

Celia Brandao is a Toronto-based ceramic artist and educator with an extensive background in commercial graphic design.

Type of Exhibition: Art


Celia Brandao is a Toronto-based ceramic artist and educator with an extensive background in commercial graphic design. Self-taught, Brandao has been creating functional and sculptural forms inspired by the Canadian landscape for the past twenty-five years. Known for her wood-fired pieces, Brandao incorporates a variety of techniques into her work. She has been involved with the Ceramic Studio at the Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre since 1995, and currently runs their educational ceramics programs.

Winner of multiple design awards, Brandao is published in three 500 series Lark Book publications and has exhibited internationally in Canada, America and her native Brazil.


The MNjcc Virtual Gallery is a digital home for creativity that educates, entertains and expresses shared experiences of humanity. If you have questions or would like to purchase artwork, please contact Ian Mcnulty, Coordinator of Adult Art and Culture at ianm@mnjcc.org.

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Start Date:

December 15, 2020

End Date:

January 31, 2021

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