Australian Ceramics Open Studios 2021

Australian Ceramics Open Studios 2021


by Australian Ceramics
Events and Exhibitions News

AUSTRALIAN CERAMICS OPEN STUDIOS 13 & 14 NOVEMBER 2021

Could this be the event everyone needs after the year we’ve had?

This November, over 180 potters and ceramicists around the country will open their studios to the public for the 9th annual Australian Ceramics Open Studios.

It's a welcome opportunity for the broader community to step inside a creative space, chat with a local artist and experience the simple pleasures of clay and the making process.

There will be workshops, demonstrations, kiln firings and original ceramics to purchase from potters located in the suburbs, cities and rambling rural settings.

Studios are open 10am to 4pm, Saturday 13 and Sunday 14 November and entry is free. For enquiries about an individual studio and their event offering, go to their listing on our website and contact them directly.

LISTINGS OF ALL PARTICIPATING ARTISTS CAN BE FOUND HERE.  

MAPS OF ALL STUDIOS CAN BE DOWNLOADED HERE

"You might see clay turned into vessels on the potter's wheel or an artist decorating a ceramic sculpture with intricate imagery before the piece is fired in a kiln. This weekend will offer the visitor a rare glimpse into the space where creativity occurs."
Cathy Franzi, President of The Australian Ceramics Association

Potters will provide a COVID-Safe space for their Open Studio visitors, in accordance with current, state-issued health orders.

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LISTINGS OF ALL PARTICIPATING ARTISTS CAN BE FOUND HERE.  

MAPS OF ALL STUDIOS CAN BE DOWNLOADED HERE

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The Australian Ceramics Association (TACA) acknowledges the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation as the traditional custodians of the land on which we operate. We recognise that sovereignty was never ceded and that we are on stolen land.

We pay our respects to Indigenous Elders, past, present and emerging, and to any other Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders who might encounter or participate in our Association, its events and programs.