November 2016 is Ceramics Month
November 2016 promises to be a wonderful ceramics month with the following events booked;
27 October Ceramic Quilts Clay Museum Durbanville
28 October Franschhoek Art in Clay Festival
9 November Opening of CSA Biennale 2016 (National Exhibition ) in Johannesburg
19 November Potters Market
26 November Sasha Wardell workshop
27 November Opening of CSA Western Cape Regional Exhibition
One of Africa’s largest ceramics markets held twice a year by Ceramics SA Cape Town. It’s held on the second last Saturday of March and November at the Rondebosch Park on the corner of Sandown and Campsground Roads in Rondebosch, Cape Town. You will find a wide range of works from ceramic artists and potters from around the Western Cape, as well as great coffee and food.
– You will need an up-to-date CSA membership
– Single table (with no extensions and no pots on grass) costs R300
– Two or more tables, with a maximum of 4 tables, costs R600
Please contact us directly to book.
Sasha Wardell workshop
Saturday 26 November at Art in the Forest 9h00 to 14h30
Sasha Wardell is known for her pioneering approach in moving forward the traditional process of bone china production. Her carefully produced distinctive work embraces and reflects contemporary taste and lifestyle. Each piece is individually made using bespoke industrial processes that Sasha has personally developed.
Sasha’s hallmark style, a distinctive combination of pure white slip cast bone china, treated with unique decorating techniques and finished in a carefully chosen palette of muted, subtle colours, has made her work highly sought after by private collectors, museums and contemporary art galleries worldwide.
Application form available in DOWNLOADS
The Regional exhibition opens on Sunday 27 November 2016 at Stephan Welz & co Great Cellar Alphen Estate, Constantia. Delivery of work Tuesday 22 November.
Application form under downloads.
No time to lose…..start working now for these awesome opportunities to showcase your work locally and nationally.