Endemic Earth

23 contemporary ceramicists’ work inspired by Tasmanian botanicals.

Hobart is the host city for the 15th Australian Ceramics Triennale this year.

The Triennale is Australia’s landmark national ceramics conference, bringing artists, educators, theorists and collectors from around the country, and the world, together to interrogate the field of contemporary ceramic practice.

Kingborough Council is pleased to host the Endemic Earth exhibition at the new Kingborough Community Hub as part of the Triennale.

Participating artists are: Andrew Halford, Cathy Franzi, Chrystie Longworth, Claire Johnson, Gretel Corrie, Hana Vasak (Dasa ceramics), Julie Pennington, Katarina Wells, Kate Wischusen, Keiko Matsui, Kerryn Levy, Luca Lettieri, Luke Ryan, Milly Dent, Penelope Duke, Philippa Taylor, Phoebe Kretschmer, Rose Jensen-Holm, Sarah Rayner, Susan Simonini, Tara Burke, Timna Taylor and  Ulrica Trulsson.

Curated by Amber Creswell Bell and Caroline Davies Choi.

Opening event: Friday May 3, 5.30pm. All welcome.

The exhibition runs until 15 May, 10am- 4pm excluding Sundays. Works will be available for sale.

For more information on the exhibitions and events for the Triennale, visit the website: Australian Ceramics Triennale 2019

Featured image: Work by Sarah Rayner, 2019 – Hand carved porcelain with Terra sigillata.

Image credit: Cristie Quail