“Clay: Collected Ceramics at Museum of Brisbane will dive deeper into the private processes of making and gathering pottery items, and have a good time the makers who’ve used this medium to create and form the up to date panorama of native artwork.”
The free exhibition, which is open till Sunday, October 22, is a part of the Brisbane Artwork Design competition, which has been working this month and ends this weekend with a showcase on the theme of tradition, group and clay.
From Could 26 to twenty-eight, South Brisbane’s Fish Lane will host a wearable artwork and vogue parade, in addition to an unique artwork dinner at Southside restaurant, whereas Echo & Bounce in Woolloongabba will host a laneway soiree with native DJs.
Open studios and workshops can be supplied on the Lifeless Puppet Society house in Woolloongabba, in addition to on the Queensland School of Artwork, Griffith College and TAFE Queensland in South Brisbane, Metro Arts in West Finish, The Paint Manufacturing facility in Yeronga, and Yeerongpilly’s Bag Finish Studio.
The vacant meeting house in West Finish will even showcase a clay faculty alumni present and market.
A closing occasion at Yeerongpilly’s Station Highway Artistic Precinct on Sunday, Could 28, will have a good time the impressed, expressive and experimental output of the native artistic group.