COLLECTIVE X SLOW CLAY 2019
Interested in collecting contemporary ceramics? Or maybe simply to find a special gift for a special person? At the end of our teaching year we transform our studio into a gallery for some of the most innovative, thoughtful, accomplished and beautiful ceramics we know! We invite you to join us December 10-15 2019 for another COLLECTIVE X SLOW CLAY CENTRE.
Opening event: Tuesday 10 Dec, 6-8pm, all welcome!
This year all profits will be donated to The Climate Council*
2019 Collective x Slow Clay will feature 20+ ceramic artists. We have invited some interstate artists to join us and are very excited to unpack the boxes and see what they send us. Our 2019 selection is thoughtfully curated to present some very special gifts for your special ceramics-lovers or just to add to your own collection.
Robert Barron + Grace Brown + Alana Casey + Somchai Charoen + Greg Daly + Magdalena Dmowksa + Shannon Garson + Eva Glac + Malcolm Greenwood + Andrew Halford + Niharika Hukku + Janetta Kerr‐Grant + Carolyn Leach-Paholski + Sandy Lockwood + Holly Macdonald + Ruby Pilven + Robyn Phelan + Marina Pribaz + Jane Frances Reilly + Judith Roberts + Susan Robey+ Pilar Rojas + Jane Sawyer + Anna Scheen + Madeleine Thornton-Smith + Ingrid Tufts
And who doesn’t love a raffle?
We have three special prizes of courses at Slow Clay Centre to raffle off:
1st prize: An 8-week course of your choice, value $545
2nd prize: A private class for two people, value $290
3rd prize: A single session taster class, value $105
All prizes valid for one year and include firing fees of anything you make. All money donated to The Climate Council.
TICKETS: $5 each or $10 for three. Purchase in person at the Collective or by phone 03 99437844 (minimum 3 tix for phone purchases)
Winners will be drawn at 4pm Sunday 15th December and announced on Instagram and Facebook and by email or phone.
*The Climate Council is Australia’s leading climate change communications organisation providing authoritative, expert advice to the Australian public on climate change and solutions based on the most up-to-date science available. As an independent voice on climate change, they get climate stories into the media, produce hard-hitting reports, call out misinformation and promote climate solutions such as the transition to renewables.
December 10-15, 2019, 11-6pm