The Journal Of Australian Ceramics Issue 56/3 2017



Focus: The Function Issue

In November 2017 issue, journalist Mike Hall investigates our insatiable appetite for ceramics and asks Australia’s leading studio potters and restaurateurs for their no-nonsense advice. We’ll talk through our Cup Issues with Sophie Jane Moran, mould Happy Handles with Andrew Widdis, and learn the secrets of a perfectly pouring pot with award-winning ceramicist Vanessa Lucas. However, pots have wider meanings than their purely literal function, so, artist Andrew Nicholls explores the cultural function of 1950s ‘Fancy Ware’, curator Sophia Cai probes the emotionally charged ceramic groupings of Ulrica Trulsson, and artist Helle Jorgensen challenges our preoccupations with her stunning useless objects.

And there’s so much more besides. Bursting with inspiring stories, stunning imagery and technical tips, the November JAC has your summer reading sorted!

Published 20 November 2017

BUY YOUR COPY of Australia’s most widely read ceramics magazine, it is a valuable and ongoing information resource for professional and amateur ceramicists, students, galleries, curators, arts administrators, buyers and collectors of quality ceramics. The Journal is a full colour, contemporary ceramics journal. Published three times per year, it contains artist profiles, commentary and critical essays, reviews, information on ceramic education, workshop reports, technical advice, suppliers, new products, exhibition and gallery listings.

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