Hay, G. (2013) Paper clay. Revista International Ceramica, Spain, 129, 36-39, (reproduction of 2012 JAC article).
Don't be petrified, it's not paper, its fibre, yeast and fungi in your clay, Australian Ceramics Triennale 2012, Adelaide, 28 Sept - 1 Oct
What haven't you been doing with paper clay?, The Journal of Australian Ceramics, 513, 44-47
Save Money, Carbon, and my Conscience, Pyre Newsletter, Ceramic Art Association of WA, April, 11-13
The Paperclay and Digital Revolution, in Kim, J-A.,(Ed). ICS 2011: Ceramic Arts and Design for a Sustainable Society, Frolunda Culture centre, Gothenburg, Sweden. 75-84
Profile Visual Masters, Arts and Crafts Digital Magazine, UK, Issue 2, 6-13,
Why burn Paperclay, Ceramic Review, UK, 227, 35 (reproduction of Why burn paper?, The Journal of Australian Ceramics, 46, 84-86)
The Paperclay Revolution, National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts Journal, USA, vol: 28 104-105
Why burn paper?, The Journal of Australian Ceramics, 46, 84-86
Pakistan Paperclay Practice, Pyre Newsletter, Ceramic Art Association of Western Australia, Dec/Jan, 14-16
Summary of Pakistan residency
Copy of the complete Catalogue
14th Panevezys international ceramics symposium, Lithuania, Artist's Chronicle, Western Australia, 86, 19-20
Red Hot Fibres: Paper and String, Textile Fibre Forum, The Australian Forum for Textile Arts, 21, 3, (67) 48-49
A skateable sculpture: using paperclay as a design medium,Pottery in Australia, 41, (1), 42-43
Paper Love, Craft, the magazine of Craft Victoria , (33), 242, 20-22
Paper Works, Artist's Chronicle, Western Australia, 80 Aug/Sept 7
Why Paperclay? ArtEd Journal, Art Education Association of Western Australia, 2, Sept p. 8-9
Ancient Tribe, Project: Paperclay Sculpture, Australian Ceramics & Pottery, 1999, .1, (2) p. 52-56
Paper and Clay Edge: 9th National Ceramic Conference CDROM, Ceramic Arts Association of Western Australia, p.487-493
Counting Ceramics, Pottery in Australia,, (6) 3, 19 - 21
More on Paperclay, CeramicsTECHNICAL, No.3, pp22-28
With but not on Paper, a history of paperclay in WA. Pyre: Journal of Clay & Glass Ass(WA), 9, 4-5
Democracy is the key to cultural value ..., Pyre: Journal of Clay & Glass Ass. (WA), No. 8, 18-9.
No such thing as a free lunch, Pyre: Journal of Clay & Glass Ass. (WA), 1995, No. 7, p. 4-5
Exhibition Review: Latitude 35O, ArtPlace Gallery 1-15 July 1999, http://www.artseeninwa.com/latitude35.html
Neither shaken nor stirred, Craftwest, 1, 1999,19
Review: Rosa Della Torre & Abraham Donovits at ArtPlace, 23 Oct - 13 Nov, 1998 http://www.artseeninwa.com/artplace.htm
Second Canberra National Sculpture Forum, Voices from the Underground, Perth, 1998, 3, 3-4.
On Paper and about paper, Exhibition Opening speech at Mater Dei College (2001)
Cutting through the Paperwork, Talk given at the On Paper Symposium, 7 July 2001, Craft Council, London.
Paperclay experiences in the Studio (1999)
No Such Thing As A Free Lunch, First Class Honours Thesis, Curtin University (1995)
In the shadows of text, (1995)
Naive aspirations (1994)
Academic Feminism (1993)
Body of belief (1993)
Pair of Pots (1992)
Pearls of Wisdom from Rottnest(1992)
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