The Journal of Australian Ceramics

Archived since Vol 54 No 1, April 2015

18 issues

The Journal of Australian Ceramics (JAC) is Australia’s most widely read tri-annual contemporary ceramics magazine. Formerly known as Pottery in Australia (PIA), the magazine was first published in May 1962 (Vol 1, No 1).

The JAC is a 128–160 page, full colour, contemporary ceramics journal. It is a valuable resource for professional and amateur ceramicists, teachers and students at all levels, galleries, arts administrators, curators, buyers and collectors. It 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.

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Print subscriptions can be purchased from www.australianceramics.com

Latest issue

The November issue of The Journal of Australian Ceramics Vol 59 No 3 has a FOCUS ON COLOUR with featured artists Greg Daly, Raven Esque, Ted Secombe, Takeawei, David Tucker, Larissa Warren, and many more. We look at colour in woodfiring, crystalline glazes, pots for bonsai, and Australian film archives depicting ceramics. This bumper 160-page issue is full to the brim! As always, we squeeze in as much as we can with fascinating articles from every corner of the country.

Subjects: Ceramics

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The Journal of Australian Ceramics (JAC) is Australia’s most widely read tri-annual contemporary ceramics magazine. Formerly known as Pottery in Australia (PIA), the magazine was first published in May 1962 (Vol 1, No 1).

The JAC is a 128–160 page, full colour, contemporary ceramics journal. It is a valuable resource for professional and amateur ceramicists, teachers and students at all levels, galleries, arts administrators, curators, buyers and collectors. It 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.

Digital only subscriptions can be bought by clicking the Add to basket button below.

Print subscriptions can be purchased from www.australianceramics.com

  • First Issue: Vol 54 No 1, April 2015
  • Latest Issue: Vol 59 No 3, November 2020
  • Issue Count: 18
  • Published: Three times a year

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