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Volume 53/3 November 2014 $16

 

3 EDITORIAL

4 CONTRIBUTORS

TRIBUTE

5. Margaret Tuckson by Mary Faith

9 AWARDS & GALLERY

14 SHARDS

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17. Being Consumed by Adele Sliuzas

23.Cicada Waterfall: A still moving collaboration between Louise Boscacci and Elisabeth Cummings

26. Broken Chimneys Georgia Weaver shares a story about Cheryl Lucas’ replication project in Christchurch

28. Fantasticology Tokyo: Faults, Flesh and Flowers by Karen Weiss

31. Eagle Junction State School Community Collaboration Stephanie Outridge Field writes about a mosaic project in Brisbane

34. A Recipe for Success Ilona Topolcsanyi works ‘from paddock to plate’

35. Mend Bree Claffey and Kate Hill team up for a unique project

38. Emerging into Landscapes Karen Farrell and Amanda Hale talk about moving on from TAFE

40. Pia Murphy + Rhys LeeAlicia Sciberras introduces their story of collaboration

42.terraluca

43.PrismaA collaboration between Maria Chatzinikolaki and Jorge Criollo-Carrillo

44.Tero and Berganza

42.Ngapartji Ngapartji Ben Carter tells a short story about his time at Ernabella Arts

PROMOTION

49.Gaya Ceramic Arts Center:2015 Calendar and Resident Artist Program

 

 

 


REGULARS

53. VIEW 1: A Review of The Course of Objects by Jan Guy

56. VIEW 2: A Dialogue about Tableware Megan Patey reports on a recent exhibition at Sturt Gallery

59. VIEW 3: Here&Now14: Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery A review by Laetitia Wilson

62. VIEW 4: A World in ItselfCaterina Leone visits Linda Seiffert’s Undulatus exhibition

66. SPACES AND PLACES: Sticks and Stoneware Cone 11’s constantly evolving studio at Abbotsford Convent

68. SPACES AND PLACES: Blinded by the Light?

69. WEDGE: The Bowl That Does Not Smileby Pru Morrison

70. POCKET PhD: The Haptic Dimension of Lived Experience: Ways of KnowingAlana McVeigh shares her PhD research

72. EDUCATION: Glazed and ConfusedLynda Draper reports on a new resident artist program at the Ceramic Design Studio Gymea

74. STUDIO: Inside the Studio of Georgia HarveyVicki Grima interviews Georgia Harvey about her ceramics practice

78. TRADE: Thrown: New Products from JamFactory Ceramics Studio

80. POTTERS MARKS

84. ARTIST IN RESIDENCE: The Penland ExperienceJackie Gasson reports on two magical weeks

86. COMMUNITY: Through the PortholeRenton Bishopric coordinates a creative community project in Yeppoon

89. ASSOCIATION: Australian Ceramics Open Studios 2014 by Shannon Garson

93. GATHERINGS 1: The Rise and Rise of Queensland Indigenous CeramicsKatrina Chapman takes a look at recent developments after attending the Cairns Indigenous Art Fair

97. GATHERINGS 2: Encore!Jane Annois prepares for the return of the French potters

98. AUSTRALIAN CERAMICS TRIENNALE 2015

102. AUSTRALIA WIDE: Reports from around the country

 

 

 

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Gerry Wedd, The Way of Coffee 2014, terracotta; various dimensions Photo: Grant Hancock

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