To Have and To Hold

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Lynda Draper 1997

Hand and To Hold features a range of vessel ceramics from C-A-C’s permanent Collection

25 June-31 July 2016

Campbelltown Arts Centre , One Art Gallery Rd, Campbelltown   c-a-c.com.au

Open daily 10am-4pm

Museums & Galleries of NSW IMAGINE Awards

http://http://mgnsw.org.au/sector/support/imagine/nominees-2015/

It was wonderful that the exhibition Glaze & Confused: Ceramics in Contemporary Art Practice and the concept of the Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre/Ceramic Design Studio – TAFE Sydney Institute partnership and ceramic residency project was nominated for a Museums & Galleries of NSW IMAGINE Award. We didn't win but it was great to be nominated, a huge thank you to all the wonderful Artists, students and staff involved….

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Tom Polo In 2015, I'm contributing to Stamm, an independent, monthly writing project about contemporary art and related practices. This month I had a chat to Lynda Draper and we discuss the significance of object making over a thirty year practice, as well as recent developments of new work exhibited in 'Turn, Turn, Turn' at The National Art School Gallery, Sydney. Check it out at www.stamm.com.au Image: Lynda Draper, ‘Self Portrait with Hair Down’, 2015, earthenware, various glazes, 39 x 25 x 35 cm.

Tom Polo In 2015, I’m contributing to Stamm, an independent, monthly writing project about contemporary art and related practices. This month I had a chat to Lynda Draper and we discuss the significance of object making over a thirty year practice, as well as recent developments of new work exhibited in ‘Turn, Turn, Turn’ at The National Art School Gallery, Sydney. Check it out http://www.stamm.com.au
Image: Lynda Draper, ‘Self Portrait with Hair Down’, 2015, earthenware, various glazes, 39 x 25 x 35 cm

http://www.stamm.com.au

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Glazed & Confused: Ceramics in Contemporary Art Practice

13 Dec 2014 – 1 Feb 2015

The exhibition showcased the creative outcomes of an Artist Residency Partnership between Hazelhurst and the Ceramics Design Studio Gymea, Sydney TAFE, led by artist Lynda Draper

ARTISTS: CONNIE ANTHES & JUSTIN COOPER / GLENN BARKLEY / KAREN BLACK / HARRIET BODY / DAVID CAPRA / JOSIE CAVALLARO / SARAH CONTOS / ROSIE DEACON & GISELLE STANBOROUGH / CHRIS DOLMAN / MIKALA DWYER / MARC ETHERINGTON / EMILY HUNT / LEAHLANI JOHNSON / NOT / FRANK NOWLAN / TOM POLO / MADELEINE PRESTON / JOAN ROSS / PETER SHARP / JODIE WHALEN / PAUL WILLIAMS

More Information: hazelhurst@ssc.nsw.gov.au

NAS Gallery Public Programs in July

Wednesday 22 July (1.00 – 2.00pm)
ART FORUM Talk
Free program in the Gallery

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National Art School Forbes St Darlinghurst Sydney, NSW 2010 Australia

This week’s Art Forum takes the form of a discussion in the Gallery with Turn Turn Turn exhibiting artists Lynda Draper and Toni Warburton; Artbank Curator and Collection Coordinator Miriam Kelly; Gallery Manager of Michael Reid, Sydney, Will Sturrock and the exhibition’s Guest Curator Glenn Barkley, previously Senior Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia. Speakers focus on ceramics in the broader contemporary art context, from the artist’s studio to teaching, working with communities, and ceramics as an art form in multi-discipline public collections and galleries.