Adults - Art Est Art School and Gallery.
We offer unique opportunities for kids, not found elsewhere in Canberra. All programs are designed and facilitated by experts with years of experience in their own fields, each with their own creative spark. This underpins our strong and well-established reputation for providing quality educational and playful programming that kids love.
Lauraine’s love for ceramics continues to evolve and expand allowing her to express her creative nature, Lauraine has this to say about her art practice; “For me ceramics is a total experience. The smell of a freshly opened bag of clay, the feel of it between my fingers as it takes its many forms.
THE Canberra Potters Teachers’ Auction will be an online silent auction featuring the contemporary ceramics of some of Canberra Potters’ teaching staff, devised as a response to the current lockdowns. It’s a chance to purchase work at a significantly lower cost than the recommended retail price and proceeds will go to the individual teachers.
Mawson Gallery owner and ceramic artist, Monika Leone offers classes in handbuilding with clay. The sessions include: coiling, modelling and slab-building clay into more free-form pieces. The classes will also cover glazing, decorating and firing. Work on projects such as making handbuilt mugs, jewellery boxes and small containers, bowls, vases, etc.
Early in 2013 six ceramic artists met at a Canberra cafe to talk about crafting new lives as professional artists. Most were graduates of the ANU School of Art where they’d had access to kilns.
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Canberra to host premier international ceramics event. Canfan. 2 July 2015 2 July 2015. Canberra has been selected for a three-day premier ceramics event that will bring national and international luminaries and cutting-edge ceramicists to the capital from across Australia and around the world, including from Canada, France, India, Taiwan, United Kingdom and United States. It is the second.