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  • THE JAC SCULPTURE ISSUE IS AVAILABLE NOW!

    160 pages with a FOCUS ON SCULPTURE ... Featured artists include Dan Elborne, Dai Li, Janet Fieldhouse, Kenny Pittock and more. The survey of sculpture exhibited at the Australian Ceramics Triennale will amaze you with its diversity; we have news from the judges at the Sidney Myer Fund Australian Ceramic Award, along with our National Education Pictorial Survey, and an overview of single firing. Go to our online shop to buy your copy now! Featured image: Lynda Draper, Somnambulism 2019; photo: Christian Capurro

  • Our July issue of The Journal of Australian Ceramics is now available!

    582 artists: Andres Allik, Julie Bartholomew, Nanna Bayer, Pattie Beerens, Stephen Benwell, Stephen Bird, Anthony Brink, Rita Brooks, Pablo Capati, Chris Crerar, Greg Daly, Selena de Carvalho, Lynda Draper, Dan Elborne, Janet Fieldhouse, Richilde Flavell, Tom Freeman, Bev Hogg, Madeline King, Juz Kitson, Clairy Laurence, Dai-Rong Lee, Dai Li, Melissa McElhone, Damon Moon, Sassy Park, Emma Parker, Yui Phunseau, Kenny Pittock, Madeleine Preston, Monique Revell, Mel Robson, Ebony Russell, Alison Smiles, Derek Smith, Jean Swinyard, Madeleine Thornton-Smith, John Bosco Tipiloura, Mark Valenzuela, Karlien van Rooyen, Isadora Vaughan and Babbu Wensceslao. Featured image: Pattie Beerens, Ultima Thule; photo: artist

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THE ASSOCIATION

The Australian Ceramics Association (or TACA) fosters a lively, engaged ceramics community throughout Australia. We publish The Journal of Australian Ceramics, organise nationwide open studio events, support ceramic artists in their studio practice.

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OUR COMMUNITY

JOIN NOW! Anyone can become a member. Get involved today with the wider Australian ceramics community to nurture creativity, share knowledge, exchange experiences and have fun. We encourage active participation and input in realising our vibrant art and aims.

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THE JOURNAL

The Journal of Australian Ceramics (or JAC), is Australia’s most widely read triannual contemporary ceramics magazine, is a valuable resource for professional and amateur ceramicists, students, galleries, arts administrators, curators, buyers and passionate collectors.

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