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  • Our November issue of The Journal of Australian Ceramics is now available!

    A luscious range of articles all about surface – volcanic glazes, inlay, glaze chemistry and naked raku. We cover two stunning exhibitions in Western Australia, along with an amazing 10-page look at nerikomi with Anne Mossman, and much, much more! Buy your copy now! | Simone Fraser, Font Series II, 2018; photo: Greg Piper

  • Buy your copy now!

    573 FEATURED ARTISTS: Avi Amesbury, Nanna Bayer, Nerida Bell, Sandra Black, Kevin Boyd, Carmelo Capone, Geoff Crispin, Janet DeBoos, Johanna DeMaine, Nikki Dowdell, Pippin Drysdale, Dorothy Feibleman, Izette Felthun, Simone Fraser, Tom Freeman, Helen Fuller, Marian Giles, Phil Greed, Stephanie Hammill, Su Hanna, Thomas Hoadley, Barry Jackson, Bronwyn Kemp, Bernard Kerr, Narumi li, Jackie Masters, Anne Mossman, Annemieke Mulders, Chester Nealie, Luke O’Connor, Warrick Palmateer, Eloise Rankin, Owen Rye, Yhonnie Scarce, Fleur Schell, Vipoo Srivilasa, Cathe Stack, Sandra Taylor, Geoff Thomas, Wendy Thurgate, Sarah Tracton, Jo Victoria, Larissa Warren and Naoko Yehenara | Jackie Masters; photo: artist

  • MANIFEST – THE ART, CRAFT & DESIGN OF CONTEMPORARY AUSTRALIAN CERAMICS

    1–4 May 2019, Hobart, Tasmania – A featured exhibition at the 15th Australian Ceramics Triennale. The MANIFEST artists are: Connie Augoustinos, Julie Bartholomew, Alison Milyika Carroll, Kris Coad, Greg Daly, Andrei Davidoff, Honor Freeman, Ebony Heidenreich, Neil Hoffmann, Nicolette Johnson, Annemieke Mulders, Tania Rollond, Serena Rosevear, Susan Simonini, Zoe Slee, Jimmy Kenny Thaiday, Dawn Vachon, Steve Williams, Alana Wilson and NOT.

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The Australian Ceramics Triennale, Hobart Tasmania, 1-4 May 2019