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Kerrie Lowe gallery Presents- Teachers 2014

August 19, 2014

This latest exhibition features teachers and support staff from a broad spectrum of ceramic education facilities in Australia.


Elisabeth and Kerrie invite you to the opening of Teachers 2014:

an exhibition of work by teachers of ceramics from National

Art School, UNSW Art & Design, SCA (Sydney Uni), TAFE Colleges

at Northern Beaches (Brookvale), Gymea and Hornsby, Eora College, Pine Street Creative

Arts Centre, Waverley Woollahra Art Centre, Bondi Pavilion, Willoughby

Arts Workshop, Mosman Evening College, Rozelle and Pyrmont

Community Colleges, Hazelhurst Arts Centre, Parramatta Art and Clay,

Gladesville Art School, Claypool Studios, Balmoral Woodfire Workshops,

Heartwise Collaboration, Department of Education Artist-in-Residence at

Merrylands High School, Ravenswood Girls’ School, Burwood Girls’

School and Ceramics in Schools.


This exhibition presents examples of the great diversity of contemporary

ceramics, ranging from sculptural to functional pieces and incorporating

a variety of techniques such as hand building, wheel throwing, slip casting,

woodfiring, carved decoration and combination of media such as wood and

ceramics, glass and ceramics.


To be opened by Merran Esson, Head of Ceramics, National Art School

6 – 8 pm Friday 22 August | continues until 16 September 2014


All welcome.


— Kerrie Lowe and Elisabeth Johnson Kerrie Lowe Gallery 49 – 51 King St, Newtown 2042 Phone – 9550 4433 / Fax – 9550 1996 Web – <> Mon-Sat 10am – 5.30 pm / Thurs till 7

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