The Open Studios of the Scenic Rim weekends are held annually throughout May and in 2017 until the first weekend in June, allowing visitors to see artists at work in their studios. Studios are open from 9am to 5pm on the days indicated.
|Event Date||06-05-2017 9:00 am|
|Event End Date||04-06-2017 5:00 pm|
Ceramic Arts Qld presents Influential Queensland Woodfirers, a showcase for the Smoke on the Water Woodfire Conference.
|Event Date||28-06-2017 9:00 am|
|Event End Date||01-07-2017 4:00 pm|
This exhibition is of recent work by master potter Bill Powell where he explores new techniques and themes. The concept for the exhibition arose from Bill's recent residency at Vallauris in France where he says he stepped out of his "comfort zone" of producing fine crystaline glazed vessels to a freer, more conceptual style of work. This exhibition explores the harsh probabilities of climate change on the Australian landscape.
|Event Date||15-07-2017 10:00 am|
|Event End Date||30-07-2017|
|Event Date||16-08-2017 11:00 am|
|Event End Date||23-09-2017 5:00 am|
Take part in the Darling Downs Potters’ Club event, where there’ll be market stalls, spring-themed ceramics and light food and refreshments. Don’t miss the music and entertainment throughout the day, with activities such as interactive clay demonstrations for children and adults.
7am – 4pm
Darling Downs Potters’ Club, 145 West St, Toowoomba
|Event End Date||17-09-2017|
Greg Daly is internationally known and respected as a ceramic artist specialising in rich glaze effects, and also as the author of Glazes and Glazing Techniques (1995 Simon & Schuster).
|Event Date||21-09-2017 11:00 am|
|Event End Date||21-10-2017 4:00 am|
|Event End Date||12-11-2017|
A competition for all Southern Downs artists showcasing the wealth of talent in the region. Entries across many mediums and techniques including Drawing,Ceramics, Mixed Media, Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture and Textiles.
Entry forms + fees: due by 4 pm, Tuesday 5 September 2017. No late entries will be accepted as labels are compiled from entry form information well in advance.
Delivery: to Warwick Art Gallery no later than 4 pm Thursday 21 September during opening hours Tuesday to Saturday 10 am – 4 pm. Late work will not be accepted. Works are not to be delivered before 5 September except by prior arrangement.
Opening: Friday 29 September, 6.30 pm
Collection: from Tuesday 31 October (work to be collected within 30 days)
DUE TO SPATIAL RESTRAINTS ARTISTS ARE PERMITTED TO ENTER ONE WORK ONLY
1. The entry fee is $10 per artist. No work will be accepted or exhibited without payment of the entry fee. Works for sale will attract a commission rate of 20%. Entry fees are to be submitted with the entry form. Payment for works sold will be made within 30 days of the close of the exhibition.
2. Items must not have been previously exhibited at Stanthorpe Regional Art Gallery or Warwick Art
3. All work submitted must be labelled on the rear or base with artists’s name, title of the work and
4. 2D and Textile artwork must not exceed 150 cm in any direction including the frame. 3D artwork must not exceed 200 cm.
5. The Gallery Director reserves the right to not exhibit work if space is limited or if the work is deemed inappropriate or if the work is not suitably framed and/or presented. If an artist’s work is not selected to exhibit the entry fee of $10 will be refunded.
6. All paintings must be dry. 2D works without “D” rings will not be hung. A stretched canvas is considered framed, but must have “D” rings attached. Our hanging system requires two “D” rings positioned 6 cm from the top of the work. Textile works must be ready to display - by rod, pin, fishing line or 3MMM Command strip. Self installation of Textile and 3D work will be allowed only if prior arrangements are made.
7. The winners of the Major, Commendation and Encouragement Awards will be announced at the opening on Friday 29 September.
8. By entering the competition artists give permission for their work to be reproduced by any form of the media related to the promoting of the event.
9. Entrants are responsible for packing, freighting and insurance charges. The Warwick Art Gallery accepts no liability for loss or damage in the course of transit. Transit Insurance remains the responsibility of the exhibitor. All due care will be taken of entries submitted. Appropriate security will be in place during the Gallery’s possession of art works.
Entry Form CLICK HERE
|Event End Date||29-10-2017|
|Event Date||14-10-2017 10:00 am|
|Event End Date||15-10-2017 4:00 am|
Leisa Russell – Pipedream, Solo Show Hosted By 19 Karen Contemporary Artspace 21 October - 1 December 2017
|Event Date||21-10-2017 10:00 am|
|Event End Date||01-12-2017 5:00 am|
ReFire Project is coming to Fireworks Gallery from 1-5 November for its first large commercial exhibition. Join us in reviving Cherbourg's legacy as a hub for Indigenous ceramic art creation!
|Event End Date||05-11-2017|
Chandeliers and other ocean ornaments showcases the work of artists: Lisa Black, Zimmi Forest, Megan Puls and Sabine Brosche.
|Event End Date||10-11-2017|
|Event End Date||18-11-2017|
Paul and Esther Button and friends invite you to their annual exhibition and gallery sale of ceramic and wood sculptures, pottery, paintings and silk scarves in a spectacular ocean-view setting.
|Event Date||18-11-2017 10:00 am|
|Event End Date||19-11-2017 4:00 am|
It is time to book your place in the exciting Gold Coast Potters Association Art & Crafters Market day on the 19 November, 2017!
|Event Date||19-11-2017 9:00 am|
|Event End Date||19-11-2017 5:00 am|
Come along to John James Pottery and have another chance to purchase hand made pottery before Christmas!
|Event Date||25-11-2017 9:00 am|
|Event End Date||26-11-2017 9:00 am|
|Event Date||09-12-2017 1:30 pm|
|Event End Date||09-12-2017|
|Cut off date||20-12-2017|
The Condensory - Toogoolawah
Opens Saturday 10 February 1 pm
Mark on your calendar a visit to Somerset Regional Art Gallery for the Exhibition Crossdale 4 which opens on Saturday 10th February and continues until the 8 April 2018.
This is an exhibition for lovers of Sculpture, ceramics and painting featuring Shillam Prize winner Jan Williams and with Jane Harthoorn-Williams, Sharon Lee and Ian Clark.
Crossdale 4 is a unique exhibition based on everyday life, capturing emotional and social interactions and expressing these emotions through art.
Whether you enjoy sculpture, painting or ceramics there is something for everyone.
PLACE: Somerset Regional Art Gallery – The Condensery :: 29 Factory Road, Toogoolawah QLD 4313
WEBSITE: Facebook Page
PHONE: +61 (0)7 5423 1036 / 5424 4000
OPENING HOURS: February 10 - April 8, 2018
9am – 5pm Wednesday to Friday
10am – 4pm Saturday and Sunday
|Event Date||10-02-2018 1:00 pm|
|Event End Date||08-04-2018|
The 18th annual Pottery Expo @ Warrandyte will be held on the last weekend in February 2018, on the banks of the beautiful Yarra River in the heart of Warrandyte Village, just 30 minutes by car northeast of the Melbourne CBD, Australia.
|Event Date||24-02-2018 10:00 am|
|Event End Date||26-02-2018 5:30 am|
Caloundra Regional Gallery
8 March - 29 April 2018
Borrowed Time brings together new and recent works by leading contemporary Australian artist Laith McGregor, focusing on the themes of time and labour.
Encompassing painting, drawing, sculpture and video, the exhibition will be anchored by an installation of ceramic sculptures recently gifted by the artist to the Sunshine Coast Art Collection.
The exhibition will be accompanied by a catalogue featuring a new text by exhibition curator Hamish Sawyer. The exhibition will also be presented at Tweed Regional Gallery later in 2018. Caloundra Regional Gallery Floor Talk Wednesday 7 March, 5.30 pm Official Opening Wednesday 7 March, 6.00 pm
PLACE: Caloundra Regional Gallery, 22 Omrah Avenue, Caloundra QLD 4551
WEBSITE: Caloundra Regional Gallery
PHONE: +61 7 5420 8299
Tuesday to Friday, 10.00 am – 4.00 pm
Saturday and Sunday, 10.00 am – 2.00 pm
Closed public holidays.
|Event End Date||29-03-2018|
Recent works by Barabara Penrose, Nameer Davis and Sally Cox.
PLACE: Metcalfe Gallery 41 Grafton Street, Windsor
PHONE: 0412 544 159
OPENING HOURS: Fri March 09 2018 ‐ Wed March 21 2018, 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
|Event Date||09-03-2018 6:30 pm|
|Event End Date||21-03-2018 4:00 pm|
CAQ AT GULGONG | The Delegates Exhibition When: 15 – 21 April
Place: IGA Liquor Store, Mayne Street, Gulgong NSW
|Event End Date||21-04-2018|
Join the members of Ceramic Arts Queensland for another fun day of Raku at the Southside Art Market.
Choose your favourite shaped pot, glaze it and the skilled CAQ volunteers will fire it.
Southside Art Market is growing in popularity with buyers and artists with new artists joining each market to make this the place to be on Sunday 2nd December - just in time to get some last minute hristmas gifts!
Ceramic Arts Queensland will be there with their very popular Raku Demonstration and the "You glaze it, we fire it" opportunity for all ages to select their favourite shaped pot, thrown by master potter, Bill Powell and glaze it under the guidance of one of the experienced CAQ members.
The pot is fired, dropped in sawdust and paper and then cooled in water and polished. The results are unique, lustrous pots that you can take home with you to impress your friends.
|Event End Date||29-04-2018|
Australian Design Centre (ADC) presents the Real to Reel: The Craft Film Festival in Sydney on 5 and 6 September 2018.
Real to Reel is a short film festival that celebrates craft and making in all its facets: traditional, contemporary, subversive and diverse. Featuring an eclectic program of 28 short films (across two screenings), the films have been selected from around the globe. There’s an incredible array of styles, people and approaches - from BAFTA-winning, hand-crafted animation and music videos to glimpses behind the scenes of makers’ studios, a life-size ceramic car and so much more.
You don’t have to be an artist to enjoy these films - themes are at times playful or meditative, some highlight social impact projects, there’s poetry and song, even boxing! Crafts include glass, basketry, ceramics, weaving, felting, letterpress, blacksmithing and metalwork, puppet and violin making.
In the lead up to Sydney Craft Week join us at the Chauvel Cinema in Paddington for Real to Reel: The Craft Film Festival.
Screening One: Wednesday 5 September, 7pm
Features the first 14 short films (including ADC's film on Sydney weaver Liz Williamson from the Obsessed: Compelled to make exhibition).
Screening Two: Thursday 6 September, 7pm
Features the second program of 14 films.
There are two seperate screenings in the festival on two consecutive nights. Each screening has a different program of 14 films that run for 90 minutes in total. Seating is unreserved and limited. Theatre doors open at 6:30pm.
A discount rate is available for ticket purchases of two nights. Select each date separately and then tick the 'buy both nights' box in the checkout.
Real to Reel: The Craft Film Festival is co-produced by the UK Crafts Council and Crafts magazine. The Australian tour is made possible by Maker&Smith and is presented in Sydney by Australian Design Centre.
Real to Reel: The Craft Film Festival 2018
When: Wednesday 5 September and Thursday 6 September, 7pm
Where: Chauvel Cinema, 249 Oxford St (Cnr Oxford st & Oatley Rd), Paddington, NSW
General admission, one night, Program 1 = $27.50
General admission, two nights, Programs 1 and 2 (5 and 6 September) = $49.50
Purchase tickets here
Image: Still from Garry Fabian Miller - Voyage, Simon Ray, 2018. Copyright Dovecot Tapestry Studio.
|Event End Date||06-09-2018|
|Event End Date||03-09-2019|
|Registration Start Date||02-03-2019|
|Cut off date||22-08-2019 11:55 pm|
|Individual Price||Members: $20 | Non-Members ($55 or $40 Concession/Student)|