Omnus Terra in the US

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7 little Australians joined 7 Americans for an exhibition titled Omnus Terra at Gallery 114 in Portland Oregan, US, March 22-25. This was one of about 40 exhibitions around town shown in conjunction with the national NCECA conference. Slow Clay director Jane Sawyer was one of the Aussies there and welcomed the chance not just to show her work to a new audience but to attend the famous annual NCECA conference and make new connections both for Slow Clay Centre and for her ceramic work. Thanks go to curator-exhibitors Shannon Garson and Linda Fahey for inviting us and to all the other artists. This podcast was recorded in the Omnus Terra exhibition by Ben Carter and posted on Tales of a Red Clay Rambler.

Tales of a Red Clay Rambler episode 179


And you can also catch up with a whole lot of lectures and panel discussions from the NCECA conference starting with the opening address by art critic Jerry Saltz here:

See our Claymation kid’s videos!

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We were very excited to welcome Canadian ace animator Daniel Sterlin-Altmann to teach our first Claymation course for kids in the last school holidays! From grapes seeking revenge to cemeteries for unwanted relatives, you will be able to get a little insight into why we just LOVE our kids classes! Stay tuned for the next one! Thanks Daniel and to Sabrina also for her excellent editing!


Forum Soundtrack: International Artist Residencies

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This is an edited podcast from the forum discussing International Artist Residencies held at Slow Clay Centre, Melbourne, on 4 February, 2017. MC Jane Sawyer introduced guest speakers: Liz Williams talking about her 2016 residency at Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park (NB: Jane Sawyer read Liz’s talk due to illness); Amy Kennedy discussing Baer Art Centre (Iceland), Anderson Ranch (Colarado, USA) and EWKC (Netherlands); Fred Johnston and Carol Gentithes discussing Arrowmont, Penland, Archie Bray and Starworks (all in USA) and Robyn Phelan discussing The Pottery Workshop, Jingdezhen, China.

It was a full house and we thank all the speakers for a fabulously informative evening and the attendees for asking great questions and coming along.

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