5 Stones, A Ceramic Journey by Steve Harrison


Beyond Short Street: A Memoir by Owen Rye


Ceramics by Carole Epp and Julia Krueger


Chester Nealie – Etched in Fire


Flower and Vessel by Dr Naoko Yehenara


Havekes: Painter, Sculptor, Ceramicist by Gavin Fry


How to be an Artist by Jerry Saltz


Ivan Englund: Australian Potter by Allan Baptist


John Dermer – Celebrating the Journey


Kintsugi: The Poetic Mend by Bonnie Kemske


Kirsten Coelho by Wendy Walker


Laid Back Wood Firing by Steve Harrison


Les Blakebrough: A Memoir


Live Form: Women, Ceramics, and Community by Jenni Sorkin


Living Treasures: Masters of Australian Craft \ Prue Venables


Mastering Hand Building by Sunshine Cobb


Mastering Kilns and Firing by Lindsay Oesterritter


Mastering the Potter's Wheel by Ben Carter


Natural Glazes by Miranda Forrest


New Wave Clay: Ceramic Design, Art and Architecture by Tom Morris


Pepai Jangala Carroll – Ngaylu nyanganyi ngura winki (I can see all those places) by Belinda Briggs, Alison Milyika Carroll, Luke Scholes, Pepai Jangala Carroll


Pictorial History of Port Hacking Potters Group – the first 50 years and beyond by Jean Swinyard


Porcelain by Vivienne Foley


Ramesh edited by Jaklyn Babington


ReFire Pottery Project, Cherbourg, Queensland 2017


Rock Glazes, Geology & Mineral Processing for Potters by Steve Harrison


Simon Leach's Pottery Handbook by Simon Leach with Bruce Dehnert


Special Effect Glazes by Linda Bloomfield


Sustainable Ceramics by Robert Harrison


The Handbook of Glaze Recipes by Linda Bloomfield


The Workshop Guide to Ceramics by Duncan Hooson and Anthony Quinn


Tomewin Wood-Fired Bush Pottery by Colin and Janet Drake


Utsuwa: Japanese Objects for Everyday Use by Kylie Johnson and Tiffany Johnson


Wabi & the Chawan by Milton Moon


The Australian Ceramics Association
SQ1 Studios, 32 Bowden St, Alexandria NSW 2015
PO Box 677 Alexandria NSW 1435
T: +61 (0)2 9698 0230 (outside Australia)
Contact 1300 720 124

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.