The Society has reciprocal arrangements with the Oriental Ceramic Societies of London and the Philippines; the Southeast Asian Ceramic Society, Singapore and the Siam Society, Thailand, enabling members to attend their meetings.
The Oriental Ceramic Society, London
Founded in 1921 to promote scholarship and interest in Asian art, it took a leading role in the organization of the historic International Exhibition of Chinese Art, held in 1935-6 at the Royal Academy of Arts. In the intervening years it has attracted members from around the world. The Society hosts regular lectures given by international scholars and publishes these in its annual Transactions of the Oriental Ceramic Society.