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TACA AGM, PANEL DISCUSSION & AFTERNOON TEA

The Australian Ceramics Association

Sunday, 29 September 2019 from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm (AEST)

TACA AGM, PANEL DISCUSSION & AFTERNOON TEA

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TACA AGM & PANEL ADMISSION Ended Free  

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There's an art to everything, even AGMs!

Join us for our special panel discussion on contemporary ceramics practice!

We are trying something new this year and, as an Affiliated Society of the Powerhouse Museum (PHM), we have booked the PHM Theatrette which can hold up to 100 attendees.  

After our fast and efficient AGM, we will jump straight into a vibrant discussion about ceramics with our facilitator Kate Jones and some very special guests.

Kate Jones (artist, TACA Director and teacher at the School of Clay and Art in Melbourne) will be joined by John Dermer from Victoria (currently enjoying the limelight with his retrospective at the NGV), Tania Rollond (artist and teacher at NAS), Alana Wilson (a Sydney artist who creates handmade vessels with experimental glaze technology) and another 1 or 2 surprise guests 

Kate will start with a short introduction sketching out the breadth of the field of ceramics, and the possibilities of different ways to engage in it. She will then facilitate a conversation about how each of the people on the panel place their practice in that very broad field.

After the panel, join us for a chat, some drinks and nibbles. 

Below:
work by Alana Wilson, Tania Rollond and John Dermer


 


 

INFORMATION

Parking at the Powerhouse

There is a limited amount of parking available onsite to visitors with a Mobility Parking Scheme (MPS) permit. Please contact the Museum’s Affiliated Societies Team to arrange (E: affiliatedsocieties@maas.museum).
There is limited metered street parking near the Museum, located on Harris Street, Macarthur Street and adjacent streets.
Alternatively, discounted parking is available with the following providers:
▪ Darling Square Car park, Zollner Circuit, Haymarket. Ph.1800 727 5464; $8 weekend all-day parking for Powerhouse Museum visitors
▪ Wilson Parking (adjacent to Novotel Sydney Central), 179 Thomas St, Haymarket; $8 weekend all-day parking for Powerhouse Museum visitors
Note: discount does not apply to the nearby Wilson Parking at 187 Thomas Street. 
To obtain the discount, your parking ticket must be validated at the designated machines located at the Level 1 and 3 admission counters before returning to the car park. 

Public Transport

The Powerhouse Museum is located at 500 Harris St, Ultimo and is close to Darling Harbour, Chinatown, Central Station (Sydney Terminal), Broadway bus station (Railway Square), and Exhibition Centre Sydney Light Rail Station.

The Goods Line provides an accessible pedestrian route from Central Station, past the iconic Dr Chau Chak Wing Building designed by Frank Gehry. The Goods Line is a 500m walk along flat terrain starting from the Devonshire Street Tunnel at Central Station’s Southern Concourse. 

The 501 bus stops directly outside the Museum.

Have questions about TACA AGM, PANEL DISCUSSION & AFTERNOON TEA? Contact The Australian Ceramics Association

When & Where


Powerhouse Museum
Theatrette, Floor 2
500 Harris Street
Ultimo, NSW 2007
Australia

Sunday, 29 September 2019 from 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm (AEST)


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The Australian Ceramics Association

The Australian Ceramics Association fosters a lively, engaged ceramics community throughout Australia.
We publish The Journal of Australian Ceramics, organise nationwide open studio events, support ceramic artists in their studio practice and advocate for excellence in ceramics education and training. We work to spread the excitement and passion of ceramics throughout Australia so that everyone has the opportunity to recognise, experience and value ceramics in their daily lives.

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