Monday, September 30, 2013

October Meeting

All members are invited to attend our monthly General meeting 

which is held at 7.30pm in the upstairs meeting room of the Cronulla School of Arts in Surf Road Cronulla.

A short film of Namibia will be shown, then a break for tea or coffee and a chance to chat  and share ideas and information before the business meeting.

Bring a friend, visitors are welcome.  Please bring a plate of food to share.

Membership is half price if you join now as all renewals fall due in February.

Hope to see you there...

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Spring at Cronulla

This weekend is the Spring Fair at Cronulla...

Join us in the foyer of the Cronulla School of Arts where Fran, Ellin, Anna and Jamie will have some lovely hand made pots for sale.
We may have a wheel demonstration...

Come along to purchase a special gift or just to say Hi and learn more about our Group

Saturday 14th September and Sunday 15th September 
from 10am to 4pm..  
in Surf Road between the bakery and the hairdresser...


Tuesday, September 3, 2013

September Meeting 2013

Hi Everyone

tonight we will be showing one of our DVD's from the library that has recently been converted from VHS tape.

It will be one of the Greg Daly collection and there are others there to take on loan from the library if you wish.

Greg Daly

Head of Ceramics Workshop - Australian National University Greg Daly is internationally known and respected as a ceramic artist specialising in rich glaze effects, and also as the author of Glazes and Glazing Techniques (1995 Simon & Schuster). His work is represented in 24 international book publications, in 80 national and international art galleries and museums (including the National Gallery of Australia and the Victoria & Albert Museum, London), and he has won 36 national and international awards.He has held over 70 solo exhibitions and was President of Craft Australia from 1992-1995. He has exhibited in over 200 international and national group exhibitions.  In 1999 he received an ARC grant to research the effect of firing cycles in the development of copper red glazes