February 2021 News
Be more than a Social Media Liker.
Don't just "like" BLM. I urge you to make a donation to the Nyoongar Patrol (Nyoongar Outreach Service). Let's help the patrol reach their target.
For twenty years they daily drive past our studio keeping people safe and out of the criminal system. Set up following the Royal Commission into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody (1987–1991).
USA international paper clay touring exhibition (2019-2021) update:
On 6 January it was great to chat with other international paper clay artists (some known now for decades) plus new artists, as well as everyone else involved in creating the exhibition at the Zoom virtual Opening.
You can walk through the Particle & Wave exhibition online via a VR at the final venue until May 30 2021 at the Fuller Craft Museum, Brockton, MA, USA.
Paper clay Sunday workshop
The next popular hands on fun information packed one day workshop will be 21 March 2021.*. Online enrol here or here.
2021 Studio Classes
After the usual Summer break and then the 5 day Lockdown my small studio based classes (est. 1998) have resumed again. Immediate gift vouchers: 1 lesson, 2 lesson or immediate enrol here.
2020 Studio Newsletter
What's happening? The 2020 Robertson Park studio artists annual newsletter is up here.
The Westcoast Community Centre will visit the studio in February.
I have been invited to give a one day workshop with the Perth Studio Potters in late February (now full with waiting list) and with a private group (also full).
I have been invited to give a workshop in Broome and possiably an AIR later in the year (subject to funding application). Go here to see the latest list, dates, or request to be updated by organisers.
As part of my ongoing PhD research at Curtin University I gave a well received paper: "Social network analysis and visualisation tools within a ceramic art studio" at the 5th National SNA Conference, late last year.
The 2019 studio 1 page e-newsletter is here.
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* After over a year of blocked borders and only 1 case of community transmission of the COVID 19 virus (all other known cases detected in inbound travellers) the state of Western Australia has begun relaxing its borders in February 2021. If circumstances change the studio workshop and classes will be postponed and all student enrolments and credits credits will be preserved.