PROGRAM

PLEASE NOTE: Clay Gulgong Program is current as of 7 April 2018 and is subject to change.

Sunday 15 April, 2018

9am – 4pm
Red Hill Environmental Education Centre
Delegate registration opens in the Trade Marquee
Delegates can begin to set-up work for the Delegates Exhibition
Shop Front Trail exhibitors can set-up their work

Renata Cassiano and Craig Hartenberger work on the fire sculpture at Morning View which will be open for delegates to view on Saturday.

6pm-7:30pm
Prince of Wales Opera House
Official Opening of Clay Gulgong 2018 and introduction to Masters

7:30pm 0 10pm
The Prince of Wales, the Post Office Hotel, the Centennial, the Commercial and the Ten Dollar Town Motel throw open their doors to celebrate – it’s Gulgong again!

 

Monday 16 April, 2018

8am
Red Hill Classroom
Yoga for Potters

9am – 4pm
Red Hill Environmental Education Centre
– Registration and Administration Office open

Renata Cassiano and Craig Hartenberger work on the fire sculpture at Morning View which will be open for delegates to view on Saturday.

9am – 11am
Red Hill Environmental Education Centre
– Master Demonstrations (including Tortus)
– New Zealand ceramic artists commence their collaborative work
– Other demonstrations: kintsugi, bamboo tools, laser decals and water-based raisd enamels

11.15am – 12.15pm
Prince of Wales Opera House
Presentation by Tip Toland (USA)

12:30pm – 1:30pm
Prince of Wales Opera House
K-12 Education Panel

2pm – 4pm
Red Hill Environmental Education Centre
– Master Demonstrations (including Tortus)
– New Zealand ceramic artists continue their collaborative work
– Other demonstrations: kintsugi, bamboo tools, laser decals and water-based raisd enamels

4.15pm – 5.15pm
Prince of Wales Opera House
Presentation by Daniel Johnston (USA)

5.30pm – 6.30pm
Prince of Wales Opera House
Presentation by Tortus (DK)

7.00pm – 8:30pm
Prince of Wales Opera House
Writer’s panel with Catherine du Peloux Menage

8:30pm
Memorial Hall
Exhibition openings

9:30pm
Prince of Wales Opera House
The 5 minute reasons this is my favourite pot

Tuesday 17 April, 2018

8.00am
Red Hill Classroom
Yoga for Potters

8:00am – 4:00pm
The Cube on Mayne Street
Chester Nealie and Jan Irvine Nealie opening

9am – 4pm
Red Hill Environmental Education Centre
– Registration and Administration Office open

9am-11am
Red Hill Environmental Education Centre
– Master Demonstrations (including Tortus)
– New Zealand ceramic artists continue their collaborative work
– Other demonstrations: kintsugi, bamboo tools, laser decals and water-based raisd enamels

11.15am-12.15pm
Prince of Wales Opera House
Presentation by Simone Fraser (AUS)

12:30pm – 1:30pm
Memorial Hall
Opening of K-12 National Exhibition by Keith Brymer-Jones

12:30pm – 1:30pm
Prince of Wales Opera House
Owen Rye on Alan Peascod

2pm-4pm
Red Hill EEC
– Master Demonstrations (including Tortus)
– New Zealand ceramic artists continue their collaborative work
– Other demonstrations: kintsugi, bamboo tools, laser decals and water-based raisd enamels

4.15pm-5.15pm
Prince of Wales Opera House
Presentation by Virgil Ortiz

5.30pm-6.30pm
Prince of Wales Opera House
Presentation by Renata Cassiano (MX)

7.00pm-8.00pm
Prince of Wales Opera House
Presentation by John Pagliaro (USA)

8pm – 11pm
Chris Keane Memorial Pub Crawl

 

Wednesday 18 April, 2018

8am
Red Hill Classroom
Yoga for Potters

8:00am – 9:00am
Masonic Hall Room 1
Su Hanna, Daniel Lafferty and Owen Rye opening

9am-4pm
Red Hill Environmental Education Centre
– Registration and Administration Office open

Renata Cassiano and Craig Hartenberger work on the fire sculpture at Morning View which will be open for delegates to view on Saturday.

9am-11am
Red Hill Environmental Education Centre
– Master Demonstrations (excluding Tortus)
– New Zealand ceramic artists continue their collaborative work
– Other demonstrations: kintsugi, bamboo tools, laser decals and water-based raisd enamels

11.15am-12.15pm
Prince of Wales Opera House
Presentation by Jenny Orchard (AUS)

12.30pm-1.30pm
Prince of Wales Opera House
Presentation by King Houndekpinkou (FR)

2pm-4pm
Red Hill Environmental Education Centre
– Master Demonstrations (excluding Tortus)
– New Zealand ceramic artists continue their collaborative work
– Other demonstrations: kintsugi, bamboo tools, laser decals and water-based raisd enamels

4.15pm-5.15pm
Prince of Wales Opera House
Presentation by Craig Hartenberger (USA)

5.30pm-6.30pm
Prince of Wales Opera House
Presentation by Majolandile ‘Andile’ Dyalvane (SA)

6:45pm – 7:45pm
Prince of Wales Opera House
Garth Clark, Witness

8.00pm – 9.00pm
Masonic Hall
Alan Peascod

9.00pm- 11pm
Centennial Hotel
Marj Hogarth performs live

Thursday 19 April, 2018

8am
Red Hill Classroom
Yoga for Potters

9am-4pm
Red Hill Environmental Education Centre
– Registration and Administration Office open

Renata Cassiano and Craig Hartenberger work on the fire sculpture at Morning View which will be open for delegates to view on Saturday.

9am-11am
Red Hill Environmental Education Centre
– Master Demonstrations (excluding Tortus)
– New Zealand ceramic artists continue their collaborative work
– Other demonstrations: kintsugi, bamboo tools, laser decals and water-based raisd enamels

10am – 11am
Prince of Wales Opera House

Justin Crowe presentation on NOURISH

11.15am-12.15pm
Prince of Wales Opera House
Presentation by Robyne Latham (AUS)

2pm-4pm
Red Hill Environmental Education Centre
– Master Demonstrations (excluding Tortus)
– New Zealand ceramic artists continue their collaborative work
– Other demonstrations: kintsugi, bamboo tools, laser decals and water-based raisd enamels

4.15pm-5.15pm
Prince of Wales Opera House
Presentation by Keith Brymer-Jones (UK)

5.30pm – 6.30pm
Prince of Wales Opera House
Presentation by Aneta Regel (UK)

6:30pm – 6:45pm
Prince of Wales Opera House
Bronwyn Clarke, Chair of the Tasmanian Australian Ceramics Triennial 2019 Conference

7:00pm – 7:15pm
Prince of Wales Opera House
Ted Secombe, convenor of the Victorian Ceramics Festival

7:30pm – 8:30pm
Prince of Wales Opera House
Education Panel

8:45pm – 9:15pm
CWA Hall
Opening of World Stage and Emerging Artists Exhibitions

9:30pm – 10:30pm
Prince of Wales Opera House
Potwiz with Andrew Bryant

Friday 20 April, 2018

8am
Red Hill Classroom
Yoga for Potters

9am-4pm
Red Hill Environmental Education Centre
– Registration and Administration Office open

Renata Cassiano and Craig Hartenberger work on the fire sculpture at Morning View which will be open for delegates to view on Saturday.

9am-11am
Red Hill EEC
– Master Demonstrations (excluding Tortus)
– New Zealand ceramic artists continue their collaborative work
– Other demonstrations: kintsugi, bamboo tools, laser decals and water-based raisd enamels

11.15am-12.15pm
Prince of Wales Opera House
Presentation by Neil Hoffman (AUS)

12.45-1.45pm
Prince of Wales Opera House
Presentation by Elaine O Henry(US)

2pm-4pm
Red Hill Environmental Education Centre
– Master Demonstrations (excluding Tortus)
– New Zealand ceramic artists continue their collaborative work
– Other demonstrations: kintsugi, bamboo tools, laser decals and water-based raisd enamels

4.15pm-5.15pm
Prince of Wales Opera House
Team Kiwi presentation introduced by Moyra Elliott

5:30pm – 6:30pm
Prince of Wales Opera House
Presentation by Ben Carter (USA)

7.00pm
Red Hill Environmental Education Centre
CONFERENCE DINNER + Dancing under the stars – Cost $45pp BYO tickets available at Registration Office

 

Saturday 21 April, 2018

PICNIC DAY at Morning View 100 Woodburn Rd MEBUL
10am Start

Pack a hamper and a bottle of wine.

Unwrapping of Craig and Renata’s fire sculpture
Unpacking the anagama with Malcolm Greenwood
Clay Fashion Extravaganza conceived by Neil Hoffmann.
Sculpture Walk
Morning View Ceramics Collection Open
Kiln Building Competition
More demonstrations
And much more ….!
Gather round the Dam: Farewell to Country

Sunday 22 April, 2018

10:00am-1:00pm
St Johns Anglican Church Hall
6 Church Street, Mudgee

Potters’ Market

 

Purchase tickets here

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