Blogs & Articles

Ceramic Arts Queensland publishes many articles on the ceramic arts in its Quarterly Bulleting and fortnightly Flash news-letters.

Here is a selection of those articles along with reports from our Toolkit Workshops and other articles of interest to those interested in the ceramic arts.

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Published: September 10, 2017
The judge for the 2017 Siliceous Competition, Greg Daly, praised the high standard of entries this year. With over 30 entries in…
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Published: September 10, 2017
The 2017 Siliceous Entries were judged by Greg Daly in August.  Here is the winner, the highly commended entries and the two…
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Published: September 10, 2017
Stunning, high-quality entries for 2017 Member's Exhibition This year's Member's Exhibition produced some remarkable work from the members of Ceramic Arts Queensland. …
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Published: August 13, 2017
The 2017 Siliceous competition featured a very high standard of entries. Competition judge Greg Daly said that choosing the winner was particularly difficult…
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Published: July 20, 2017
Chester Nealie introduced three potters from Kyoto Japan - Aki Katayama, Kasumi Ueba and American Derek Larsen. Pottery made in Kyoto is…
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Published: July 10, 2017
One of the first International Artist to arrive at Cooroy for the Smoke on the Water Woodfirers Conference was Shirobey Kobayashi. Shirobey…
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Published: June 22, 2017
Influential Queensland Woodfirers: a tribute exhibition The spark that ignited an explosion in the studio potters’ movement of the early 60s has…
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Published: June 09, 2017
We have recently added the Glazy online ceramic glaze database to our new website.  Glazy has been developed by an American "geek-potter"…
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Published: June 04, 2017
At the Morningside School of Arts on Sunday 30 April, Ceramic Arts Qld volunteers demonstrated how it’s done to an inquisitive crowd of…
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Published: May 31, 2017
My style is elegant simplicity focusing on materials and shapes and highlighting their beauty, providing a canvas for chefs and home cooks…
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Published: May 01, 2017
Anna-Marie began her fascinating work shop by thanking the indigenous community who are "part of this place. Without them I would not…
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Published: February 05, 2017
With hard work and crowd-funding finance, Su Brown made a difference to the lives of an indigenous community in Wallace Rockhole. The…
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Published: February 05, 2017
Following my article “Gas Kiln Regulations and Compliance” in the August issue of the CAQ Bulletin, I followed it up with meetings…
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Published: February 05, 2017
Bill Powell spent a month in the French pottery town of Vallauris, an extraordinary place where ceramics have been made since ancient…
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Published: February 05, 2017
It’s Brisbane on Sunday at 9 am on a warm spring morning. Opening the door to the Royal Queensland Art Society (RQAS)…
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Published: February 05, 2017
A self-employed creative. A respected poet with a penchant for deep simplicity. A lauded ceramicist with a distinctive range of commercial, exhibition…