Journal of Australian Ceramics Vol 60, No.3 Nov 2021
The Journal of Australian Ceramics - Volume 60, Number 3, November 2021. 128 pages, full colour.
FOCUS: CERAMICS IS COLLECTED
STURT TURNS 80
Editor Vicki Grima says:
"This amazing bumper issue is all about collecting: old (and new) ceramic objects, the raw stuff straight from the ground, as well as how individuals and institutions build their amazing collections.
We dip into sink sludge, find out about the venting of kilns and Anne Mossman shares her knowledge about how to prepare for a solo show in a regional gallery.
All corners of the country are covered from the Indian Ocean Craft Triennial in Perth to ceramic jewellery in southern Tasmania. And a special treat … we step inside The Powerhouse Museum for a look at CLAY DYNASTY, a new exhibition of their 50-year ceramics collection, now on.
As always, we will squeeze in as much as we can about the diversity of Australian ceramics".
The Journal of Australian Ceramics is Australia’s most widely read tri-annual contemporary ceramics magazine. JAC is a valuable resource for professional and amateur ceramicists, students, galleries, arts administrators, curators, buyers and passionate collectors.
Published three times per year in both digital and print formats, the Journal contains artist profiles, commentary and critical essays, exhibition and book reviews, information on tertiary ceramic education, workshop reports, technical advice, suppliers, new products, exhibition and gallery listings.
Formerly known as Pottery in Australia (PIA), the magazine was first published in May 1962 (Vol 1, No 1). In 2012 JAC celebrated its 50th Anniversary.