residency opportunity: Port Moody Arts Centre

Application Deadline: August 30, 2020

Residency Dates: October 1, 2020 – September 5, 2021

Location: Port Moody Arts Centre

PoMoArts invites applications for the 2020/2021 Ceramic Artist in Residence (CAIR). This residency is an excellent opportunity for artistic development within an innovative and supportive ceramic community. The residency requires an emphasis on making, learning and sharing the process of creating with clay. It includes a studio, kiln firings, a solo exhibition and more. In exchange PoMoArts CAIR is asked to supervise two open studio sessions per week. Please see the call for more details.

Please fill in the online submission form here or contact submissions@pomoarts.ca for assistance.

Sign up NOW! – Clay Week Open Studio

Join us for an international ceramic outreach project!

In the spirit of celebrating clay we have decided to make Open Studio’s FREE. Click the button below to have you event added to the list.

Clay Week Open Studio (CWOS) is an international event that celebrates clay, community and creativity. Join us on the weekend of October 9- 11, 2020 for a celebration of clay around the world! To keep this year’s open studio safe for all participants we encourage you to move your events to an online format. Virtual demonstrations, lectures, and online sales are just a few ways you can engage your community through Clay Week Open Studios. If you choose to do an online sale we request that you donate 10% of your sales to a charity of your choice.

Register above and enter your event into our database. Make sure to include an image with your registration to help is advertise your event. To keep up with us on social media follow @clayweek on Instagram.

For more info about Clay Week visit the website HERE.

movie day: Launch: The Journal of Australian Ceramics VOL 59 No2, July 2020

This was recorded on 4 August 2020, via Zoom.

Welcome to the launch of The Journal of Australian Ceramics 59/2.

The Australian Ceramics Association acknowledges the Gadigal people of the Eora nation as the traditional custodians of the land on which we operate our Sydney office. We recognise that sovereignty was never ceded and that we are on stolen land. We pay our respects to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders who we might encounter as we connect with our broad Australian ceramics community.

Thank you to everyone who has joined us for today JAC launch.

Today we will get to hear from some of the JAC’s most recent contributors: Ben Richardson (TAS) who has just built a kiln on Bruny Island; Madeleine Thornton-Smith (VIC) who reports on her recent Peruvian residency; the Hermannsburg Potters (NT) visited by Fiona Hiscock in 2019; and Kim Martin (VIC) who covers the dangers of silicosis. Bridie Moran, JAC Editorial Assistant, will also join us, after her journey through The JAC archive.

Ashely Kim Demo

LAST CHANCE:
Register for a Workshop from Home!

In an effort to help make up for missed classes and workshops due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we are starting a new webinar series focused on techniques! We’re all used to working from home by now, so why not Workshop from Home?

Our first Workshop from Home webinar features ceramic artist and educator Ashley Kim! In this demonstration, we’ll take a deep dive into Ashley’s handbuilding and decorating techniques for one of her signature vase forms.

  • Learn to build an asymmetrical vase form using coils and slabs
  • Make instant lace transfers
  • Top it all off with stencil-resist and sgraffito decoration
  • and much more!

It’s just like an in-person workshop, but you are guaranteed a front row seat! Ask questions throughout, or during the Question and Answer Session at the end.
Registration is $35, and registrants can access a recording of the video for 30 days following the event to revisit techniques! Space is limited – Register today!

 

call for artists: XII International Ceramics Symposium

Call for the XII International Ceramics Symposium Römhild, Thüringen, Germany from 01. August until 29. August 2021

“Die Kraft der Kunst” [The Art of Art] will be the theme of the XII. International Ceramics Symposiumin the town of Römhild in 2021.

Conditions of participation: The number of participants is limited to a maximum of 8 artists. They are chosen from the applicants by an expert panel. Each participating artist will receive a stipend amounting to 2,000 Euro, as well as free accommodation and food, for the duration of the symposium. Experimental work for creating further enhanced forms of expression, especially in the sphere of outdoor sculptures within the city of Römhild, is expressly requested. Clay and porcelain for a wide range of firing temperatures and finishing techniques, as well as state of the art firing technology from ROHDE GmbH, plus electric and gas chamber kilns and top loaders, wood-burning open-fire kilns, top hat and bogie hearth kilns and RAKU kilns, are all available. Depending on need and firing technology requirements, temporary firing techniques can also be used. Artists traditionally receive a certificate of participation after the end of the symposium. All artistic work will be made public in exhibitions and in an exhibition catalogue. Selected works of art will be displayed in a permanent exhibition by the ceramic museum at Glücksburg Castle.

The closing date for applications is 30. September 2020.

Applications must include: at least 10 – 15 meaningful photographs, if possible high-resolution digital photographs on CD-ROM/DVD, and documentation of work and exhibitions so far, as well as a résumé. The artists selected by the panel will receive their nomination/invitation by 31. December 2020 at the latest.

The symposium is organised by the Förderverein Internationales Keramiksymposium Römhild e.V., supported by the town of Römhild, state policy and sponsors from commerce and industry.

Applications must be submitted to: Förderverein “Internationales Keramiksymposium Römhild” e.V.Schloss GlücksburgPostfach 1141,98630 Römhild, Germany. Email: info@keramiksymposium-roemhild.de www.keramiksymposium-roemhild.de Contact Michael Knie Tel.: +49 (0) 36948 82161

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