Monthly Archives: July 2012

Busy, Byron Writers Festival and Brisbane Grammar Art Show

Well its been busy week on the clay front, studying and had the awesome experience of hearing Dadang Christan to talk about his Survivor exhibition – courtesy of Southern Cross University and the Lismore Regional Gallery. Dadang’s exhibition can be … Continue reading

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Pots turned, Bronze Wax sprewed and Indigenous Insights

The best of this week came in the form of seeing the talented Hayden Mathrick demonstrating how to sprew with wax, the inspiring Ray Cavill  show us some throwing and turning techniques, and an insightful talk by Marcelle Townsend-Cross on Indigenous … Continue reading

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Empty Easel? – Have a look at these tips

There are some interesting tips to get motivated on Empty Easel this week I always find going to exhibitions, open days, or the beach gets me inspired. And on rainy days – looking through ceramic mags like the Journal … Continue reading

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