Clay Intersections


28 July - 21 September

Clay Intersections presents the work of eight contemporary makers who take a range of innovative approaches to making and working with clay.

Clay Intersections

Talks, workshops and events

Clay Intersections highlights a vibrant ceramics community in Sydney. Crossing paths with studios, educators, galleries and stores, this exciting program, which includes workshops, master-classes and ceramics market, will introduce visitors to this thriving creative network.


Shapeshifters

3D Printing the Future

What if 3D printing gave you the ability to design your own life? With clothes being printed from desktop computers and organs being manufactured in labs, this rapidly evolving technology continues to revolutionise design as we know it.

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When we ask what will drive our economy in the future, the answer will have a lot to do with knowledge and innovation. When we analyse the key elements of innovation, we find much about design. And when we ask who understands design, we look to the Australian Design Centre, a key contributor to our national life.Roy Green, Dean, UTS Business School

Australian Design Honours

Recognising the leading lights of designers, thinkers, and makers, Australian Design Honours is a growing resource dedicated to promoting and advocating for Australian design on the world stage.

Hand-picked by ADC and saluting 50 years of Australian design, Australian Design Honours represents four pillars of design; creative activists, digital engagers, spatial thinkers, and object makers

News

Cultural Jewels acquired by QVMAG

Lola Greeno: Cultural Jewels, national touring exhibition, has recently been acquired by the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery in Launceston.