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The Artist’s Challenge

2019 CAP WRITING PRIZE | Commendation We can further understand why this dictum may have influenced Leach’s ceramic practice and philosophical writing if we take a closer look at Blake’s own work.

How Women are represented in Ceramics from the Ming and the Qing Dynasties in China

The paintings of women on ceramics during this period were renowned for their nonrepresentational calligraphic brushwork; simple, sharp lines and bold styles. In addition, the figures depicted were ra…

The Art of Brush and Fire

Tang Ying , Arturo Dell'Acqua Bellavitis

Simone Leigh Loophole of Retreat, Guggenheim Museum, New York

Simone Leigh studied ceramics with Mike Thiedeman at Earlham College, a small Quaker school in Indiana. She still uses clay as an element of many of her works, but her purview extends far beyond the u…

Annika Teder

Merike Alber

Prue Venebles: Evolving form in a domestic landscape

Living Treasures: Masters of Australian Craft is an Australian Design Centre (ADC on Tour) series of national touring solo exhibitions that honour Australia’s leading luminaries of craft. The ninth Li…





Korean International Ceramic Biennale 2019

Korean International Ceramic Biennale 2019 (KICB 2019) – Peace through Clay September 27 – November 24, 59 days (Festival: September 27 – October 13, 17 days), 2019 The 10th edition…


Watts Ceramics 2019

Saturday 7 September, 11am Speeches at 11.30am This autumn, Watts Contemporary Gallery presents its first group ceramics show. Bringing together work by 10 leading contemporary artists, Watts Ceramics 2019 demonstrates…


Greg Daly – 101st

The Nancy Sever Gallery is pleased to show Greg Daly | 101st, an exhibition of work by one of Australia’s leading ceramicists. GREG DALY | 101st opens at the Nancy…