25 Oct – 9 Nov

Mon-Fri 10am-4.45pm; Sat 12-4pm

Launch 6pm Thursday 24 October

Ceramics by former and current students and staff celebrates artistic expression in clay – something we have been doing here at TAFE for 50 years.

Kathy Allam Adaption, ceramic, recycled plastic

The Ceramic Students Association, in cooperation with North Metro TAFE, will be sponsoring two public events as part of the Slipstream Exhibition:
Warrick Palmateer: In Conversation
1pm Saturday 26 October COURTYARD 12 Aberdeen St
This weekend event puts Warrick Palmateer in the hands of John Teschendorff to explore his evolution from TAFE student to accomplished artist. A wide-ranging, off-beat
conversation will reveal the man behind the clay and what makes him tick. Hot on the heels of his major exhibition with Pippin Drysdale late last year, Warrick’s participation
in Slipstream is a cornerstone of the exhibition and a guiding light for future ceramic artists. This event is sure to be of interest to those witnessing the resurgence of ceramics
as a fine art medium.

Exhibiting: Perspectives, Pathways and Possibilities
1pm Wednesday 30 October COURTYARD 12 Aberdeen St
This thought-provoking panel discussion will examine the role of exhibiting in the career path of the emerging artist. 4 distinguished panelists, diverse in experience and views,
will bring their own personal perspectives on how developing artists should think about exhibiting their work. When to exhibit, which work to select, pricing philosophies, and
understanding when you have been successful are just a few of the many topics this panel will cover. Against the backdrop of the Slipstream exhibition, emerging and established
artists alike will enjoy participating in this frank exchange of views.