Vol 54 No 1, April 2015
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).
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FOCUS: CERAMICS IS LOCAL
NATIONAL EDUCATION SURVEY
OBVARA: JACQUI SOSNOWSKI
Editor Vicki Grima says: In this issue we look at ceramics from a local perspective: Claire Ellis talks about the radical reuse of plastic waste from her pottery as a new local material; Tess Kerbel delves deeply into Steve Williams′ practice in anticipation of his upcoming exhibition; Heather Law tells a story of Doomadgee Potters in remote North-West Queensland, Penny Smith visits Potters Croft – the home and pottery workshop of Tim and Tammy Holmes in Dunalley Tasmania, and Robyn Phelan shares with us her clay making ′residency′ in hotel quarantine.
JAC 60/2 also includes our annual National Education Pictorial Survey (2021). 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.