The Club of Ceramicists Kanal, established in 1994, seeks to popularise contemporary ceramic art. It joins 26 members that gather at weekly meetings and organise monthly exhibitions to display their latest works in the premises of the Club on Kidričeva Street. In 2012 there were exhibitions by Ferdo Žorž, Andreja Krpan, Nives Volk, and others. Individual members also participate in workshops and exhibitions elsewhere in Slovenia and abroad.
The club annually organises group exhibitions in the Riko Debenjak Gallery as well as an exhibition at the end of the club's ceramics courses. Various ceramics and sometimes sculpture workshops organised by the club have thus far been led by Dubravka Urban, Alenka Vidrgar, Darja Žorž, Tone Rački, Petra Škerjanc, Zvonko Bizjak, and Dragica Čadež, the latter teaching about small–sized sculpture.
The club cooperates with related associations, for example, with the Ceramics Artists and Pottery Makers Association and the Ceramicists Society POC Ajdovščina. The biennial group exhibition TRANSFORMA is organised in collaboration with Centro Culturale Tullio Cralli from Gorizia, Italy.
The Prosvetno društvo Soča Kanal regularly publishes catalogues and brochures for art exhibitions that take place in the Riko Debenjak Gallery; at the 30th anniversary of the gallery they published the book Galerija Rika Debenjaka, Kanal ob Soči : 30 let : 1977–2007 with contributions by Andrej Maffi, Peter Blažej, Tatjana Pregl Kobe, and others. They published catalogues for all four exhibitions of the series It's a Woman's World of Art (2007–2011), War and Peace: Memories and Monuments (2007) and Views of the Soča River Valley – a Different Perspective (2006) all with texts by Monika Ivančič Fajfar.