Sunday, August 4, 2019

ACOS means visit us

Sunday 18 August 2019 will be the day we take part in a National event!

Join us for the Australian Ceramics Open Studios on Sunday 18 August 2019 in the pottery studio at Hazelhurst Arts Centre, Gymea from 10am 

This event allows you to visit pottery studios all over Australia - check the ones in your area here:

Friday, July 5, 2019

Winter Meetings

Members are reminded that our July and August meetings will be held in the pottery studio at Hazelhurst Arts Centre.

The July meeting will be held at 1pm and will include a hands on demonstration by our talented member, Janet Selby, on making an Ocarina or clay whistle.
Bring a hand towel and something to take your whistle home.

Bring a mug for a cuppa or buy one from the cafe.

See you there..

handformed owls by Janet Selby

Saturday, April 20, 2019

Shire Creativity

Please join us at our next exhibition and sales events- see details below

starting the afternoon of Anzac Day at Miranda and then over to Cronulla the following week - just scroll down

Monday, April 1, 2019

Successful workshop

Members enjoyed a great day on Saturday learning more about printing on clay under the enthusiastic guidance of Linda Swinfield of The Wooden Haus - link here:

We shared the Activity Room with the Southern Printmakers on the day.
They learnt something about clay while we learnt something about making prints and we all got to know each other.

We might do it again!
Our prints will be fired and glazed and fired again and we will let you know when they are ready for collection.

Friday, February 22, 2019

AGM and a new team

Members are encouraged to attend our March meeting which is both our AGM with election of a new committee followed by supper and then our March General Meeting.

Wednesday 6 March 2019

7.30pm at the Cronulla School of Arts in Surf Road, Cronulla.

See you there....

Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Happy New Year - see you in February

Are you all fired up for 2019?

Come to our February meeting - Wednesday 6 February 2019 -renew your membership or join up on the night.

7.30pm in the upstairs meeting room of the 
Cronulla School of Arts 8 Surf Road Cronulla.

Monday, December 10, 2018

Last event for 2018 down at Bulli

Our last event for 2018 will be our stall at the Foragers Twilight Christmas Markets at Bulli Showground.

We had a great time last year and hope to do the same again..
Lots of Christmas gifts and functional wares for your festive table..

example of the wares available - most of these by member Rhonda M.

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Bump Out, People's Choice and the Raffle

Congratulations to everyone who took part in the Competition.It was fantastic to see so many quality works on display.

The show will be dismantled tomorrow Wednesday 31 October 2018 so please collect your work unless you have had a call to say it was sold, at the Hazelhurst Gallery between 9.30am to 4pm and bring your packing with you.

The People's Choice Award had many more votes than any other and the prize will go to Kay Alliband for Syrian Exodus which also won the Overall Port Hacking Potters Award.

Congratulations Kay.  
Detail of 'Syrian Exodus'
Runners up were Bill Powell, Susanne Fraser, Svetlana Panov, Mollie Bosworth and Tanya Bechara.

The raffle of the three pots donated by our three generous judges, Shannon Garson, Merran Esson and Janet De Boos,  was drawn this afternoon at 3pm by a staff member of the Hazelhurst Gallery.
Thank you to everyone who bought a ticket.  It will be a great boost to our New Kiln Fund.

The Shannon Garson bowl was won by ticket number #535 - Jane G

The Janet de Boos pot was #440 Nina K
the Merran Esson sculpture was #374 James D

Sunday, October 28, 2018

Two more days

there are two more days of the exhibition with Bump Out being on Wednesday 31 October 2018 10am to 4pm at the gallery.

There is still a chance to buy a raffle ticket to win a pot by one of our judges

plus still a chance to vote for the People's Choice Award.

We would like to thank our sponsors who have so generously donated both money and prizes. Some of the monies donated go to advertising and other expenses involved to make the competition worthwhile.

(see the competition tab for distribution of prizes)