View our 2014 exhibition program
Nature's Rhythm - Christine Atkins
Nature's Rhythm is an exploration of the interplay between light, glass and water to echo a moment in nature. Using glass as the primary medium, Christine Atkins explores and captures the essence of nature, also revealing the process by which the artworks are made to invite the viewer to participate in the workings of the pieces.
Emerging Contemporaries - Craft ACT curated award exhibition
Emerging Contemporaries features fourteen graduates from the ANU, UC, CIT, Sturt School for Wood, Enmore and Charles Sturt University. This Craft ACT curated award exhibition series showcases graduating students and emerging artists and practitioners across the craft and design spectrum that are making bold strides into the professional sphere.
Artists: Shaun Hayes (ANU), Bernard Benny (ANU), Tim Wallace (ANU), Sara Hellsing (ANU), Nellie Peoples (ANU), Amanda Herzman (ANU), Amy Hick (ANU), Karmen Falez (CIT), Jo Walters (CIT), Blake Winterbottom (UC), Charlie Gillings (Sturt School for Wood), Doug Rosemond (Sturt School for Wood), Luke Abbot (Enmore), Sarah Adcock (CSU)
Crucible showcase: Scorched earth - Danyka Van Buuren
Scorched earth was borne out of a cathartic experimentation with the making process, turning discarded jewellery, raw materials and scrap components into powerful and striking new pieces that demonstrate Van Buuren's unique talent and style.
We have numerous exciting opportunities available for artists, makers and designers to be part of our exhibitions program and retail outlet. For information on current opportunities, and to find out how to express your interest, visit our Events page.
pod is an exciting new initiative by Craft ACT in cooperation with Lonsdale Street Traders. pod provides a space to showcase and promote your practice. We're looking for designers and makers to be part of pod in 2014 - for more information and to get an information pack, contact Jess Oliver at shop[at]craftact.org.au.
Looking for something to read? Throughout the year, Craft ACT publishes thought-provoking and insightful essays from leading thinkers and critics in the arts world on our Reviews and Essays page. Browse the collection to gain further knowledge of the practices and backgrounds of former and current exhibiting artists.
Copyright © 2014 Craft ACT: Craft and Design Centre