7th International Biennale of Ceramics, Inside Out, presented by the City of Kapfenberg, Austria

Open to all artistic forms of expression concerning the use of ceramics – with the exclusion of china, serially manufactured objects and ceramic design. A maximum of three works are allowed to be entered to the competition. The works must not exceed the age limit of two years and they have to correspond to the motto of the Biennale of Ceramics 2011. Only works that have never been entered to take part at any other competition are accepted. The dimensions of the objects entered have to be of reasonable size, height and weight. In other words, an exhibition at the gallery of the Cultural Center should not take extraordinary efforts for the should not take extraordinary efforts for the organizers. Digital photographs of the works are required. Please take the pictures in front of neutral background. The photographs have to be sent via CD ROM, DVD or USB Stick. A resolution of at least 300dpi is required. Please take the pictures of each work from at least two different angles and name it with the exact title. To enter the competition/exhibition of the 7th Biennale of Ceramics the Cultural Center of Kapfenberg requires a package of the following data:

  • The filled out application form.
  • The list of works entered.
  • The digital photographs of the works entered.

Please write the password “Keramikbiennale” (Biennale of Ceramics) on your package and send it to the following address: KUlturZentrum Kapfenberg
Mürzgasse 3,
A – 8605 Kapfenberg
All entries have to reach the Cultural Center before June 15th, 2011. The data/documents entered will remain with the organizer and will hence not be returned. Artists will be responsible for shipping. For more information: http://www.keramik-biennale-kapfenberg.at/en/anmeldung_ausschreibung.htm# Prospectus: invitation

Monday Morning eye candy – Sandra Haischberge

Today’s eye candy is via decor8 blog. I just couldn’t resist sharing these amazing images of Sandra Haischberge’s gorgeous work and studio/shop with you. Talk about eye candy – this is a dream space for making and selling. Mind you I could never be neat enough in my practice to keep it so remarkably clean!

For the whole post please visit decor8 here.
For more about Sandra Haischberge please visit her website.