Pottery Expo AT Federation Square
Dates: 7 Dec 2014
Address: The Atrium, Federation Square, 2 Swanston Street, Melbourne, Victoria 3000
Phone: 03 9844 2337 | Fax: 03 9844 2339
The Pottery Expo project was created in 2001 by Jane Annois, an internationally exhibited Australian ceramic artist and teacher. The project aims to promote high quality innovative studio ceramics created by Australian ceramic artists, bringing these art works to the public at various venues. Expo's are held in Warrandyte, Federation Square and Gapsted.
The first Pottery Expo @ Federation Square in November 2005 was a great success and it has now become a popular annual event. The Potter Expos are a great opportunity to meet and see the work of not only local potters but also those from around Victoria and interstate.
Pottery Expo is based on the concept of the Marché de Potiers [Potters Markets] of France. Bringing ceramic art more into the public arena is an important part of fostering the growth and development of this artistic field.
Some feature attractions include:
- Many of Victoria's finest ceramic artists presenting their work for sale.
- Meet the artists, be captivated by their work
- Activities and Demonstrations throughout the day: throwing, decorating, sculpting, hand-building and more
- TAFE and University ceramics courses represented by students and lecturers
- Ceramic products and information available (books, clay, tools, etc)
- Food and refreshments on-site
- Live music
Content: Pottery Expo @ Federation Square
In the Atrium of the National Gallery of Victoria at Federation Square, opposite Flinders St railway station.
Contact operator for further details.
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