Some of the world’s most significant moments have included mud, from the creation of Adam to that famous mind altering festival at Woodstock, and although we find ourselves in an age of rapidly advancing technologies, this humble stuff continues to inspire thousands of makers who still call themselves ‘potters’.
On Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 August, more than 140 ceramic studios around Australia will open for the fourth annual Australian Ceramics Open Studios.
I’m opening my studio and I.CANNOT.WAIT to meet you all! I’m also SUPER excited to say that Vicki Grima is joining me in the studio to host two workshops and to present an artist talk!
In ceramic circles the world over, Vicki Grima needs no introduction, and I can see her cringe as I say this…but, she’s kind of a big deal. 😉
Hundreds of potters around Australia are gearing up for the fourth annual Australian Ceramics Open Studios (ACOS) on Saturday 20 and Sunday 21 August, 10am – 4pm.
Get all fired up in workshops, see demonstrations, be inspired by artist talks, and purchase original ceramics from potters in suburban backyards, inner city co-operatives and rambling rural settings across the nation!
Check out all the Pinky & Maurice open studio action in the workshop program below.