Transcendence, exhibiting at Modern Times from March 12 – 22.
Transcendence explores how our lives are shaped and influenced beyond the physical by the furniture and objects we surround ourselves with. It is an expansion on the central theme for Melbourne Design Week – ‘How Can Design Shape Life?’
The Backbone of Things
International show of ceramics
Curated by Glenn Barkley
Te Auaha Gallery
22 February — 14 March 2020
Fired Up: Festival of Ceramics
Wellington, New Zealand
Recent graduate work in ceramics
5-23 February, 2020
Join us for a special celebratory shopping event at Craft. Meet and hear from some of the makers currently on show and explore the wonderful range of artisan handmade pieces in-store while enjoying cocktails and canapés.
12 December, 5pm - 8pm
Hosted by Andy Dinan, Mars and Liz Gillies, Yal Yal, A soiree of opera and Wearable Art creating an immersive cultural experience and the launch of the 2018 Yal Yal vintage
November 18, 2019
Celebrating the achievements of our postgraduate students, with new art from new artists, on show throughout the National Art School. Visit the Exhibition and Open Studios to experience fresh, progressive and bold works from our outstanding class of 2019.
Friday 8 November — Sunday 17 November 2019
In collaboration with Artereal Gallery, who are known for working at the forefront of contemporary art, we have curated an unforgettable exhibition that promises to stimulate, provoke and inspire.
11 Dates · Sep 10, 2019 - Sep 21, 2019
The Curiosities are a refined, crafted object often made from common materials like stone or shell encased within elaborate OTT crafted mounts, hinges, handles and decoration.
The Curiosities brings together a group of artists to create new artworks that reconsider the beauty, context, and history of the original objects and reconsider what a contemporary curiosity may be.
Curated by Glenn Barkley
6th - 31st August, 2019
Pushing the Boundaries explores experimental ways that ceramic artists explore complexity, innovative techniques and subject matter with the medium of ceramics.
March 8- 2nd April 2019
The Muswellbrook Art Prize is an acquisitive art competition held anually. The Muswellbrook Art Prize selects only the very best works to compete in the final adjudication and be displayed in the exhibition.
Neverthless, she persisted is a concerted effort on the part of Artereal Gallery to bring issues surrounding the need for equal gender representation in the art world to the fore. Nevertheless, she persisted will present the work of a group of unrepresented female and non-binary artists who we strongly believe in, offering them a platform from which to showcase their practices and reach new audiences.
The Meroogal Women’s Art Prize is a regional, non-acquisitive competition and exhibition. It is open to a work in any medium made by a woman aged 18 years or over who is a resident of NSW.
Birthday cakes with ballerinas and cupcakes decorated with intricate swirls of icing make me happy. These delicate and impermanent confectionary delights are recreated in porcelain to last forever.
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