View our 2015 exhibition program
A Craft ACT: Craft and Design Centre curated exhibition, Emerging Contemporaries, showcases the work of outstanding graduate students and selected national emerging craft practitioners and designer makers that demonstrate exceptional talent in their chosen field. These emerging artists are representative of the next wave of professional artists who are exploring conceptually dynamic and innovative craft and design practice. Artists; René Linssen, Adrian Olasau, Rohan Goradia, Zoe Brand, Richilde Flavell, Marina Hanser, Chelsea Lemon, Jasmine Targett, Sarah Murphy and Kelly Austin. Read the essay
Portraits of a Tea Cosy – Loani Prior and photographer Mark Crocker
An incoming touring exhibition that celebrates stories about the humble, but often-quirky, tea cosy by renowned textile artist Loani Prior and photographer Mark Crocker. Inspired by the revival of the 'handmade' Portraits of a Tea Cosy brings together social history, craft, photography and sculpture using the humble tea cosy as a vessel to evoke nostalgic memories and deep familial love.
Reminiscences – Mi-Kyung Myung
Craft ACT Member and paper artist Mi-Kyung Myung has created a series of small scale paper compositions inspired by traditional Korean craft techniques. Geometry and colour play an important role in expressing her contemporary interpretations of these traditional craft techniques together with her western influences.
Proposals are invited from our individual members, from local and national craft and design practitioners and independent curators for solo or group exhibitions. These can be thematic, based on traditional or new practice, concepts, processes, interpretations or philosophies.
Building on the success of four previous exhibitions and continuing the conversation about practice-led research, design thinking and the use of digital technologies, Craft ACT: Craft and Design Centre will present Embracing Innovation Volume 5 in 2015.
Expressions of Interest for Stall Holders at Market Place, a market dedicated solely to the craft of ceramics, as part of Stepping Up, the 2015 Australian Ceramics Triennale have now been extended until 5pm Friday 27 March 2015.
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