In 2022 Australian Design Centre (ADC) will launch a new ADC On Tour exhibition SIXTY: The Journal of Australian Ceramics’ 60th Anniversary 1962–2022 presented in partnership with The Australian Ceramics Association.
This year we called for expressions of interest to exhibit in Australian Design Centre's Object Space window gallery on William Street in Darlinghurst. We were looking for proposals with impact across all forms of craft and design from NSW practitioners.
We are calling for entries from makers, galleries, shops, guilds, libraries, councils and other organisations for exhibitions, workshops and events during and around the Sydney Craft Week Festival period Friday 8 – Sunday 17 October 2021.
Spend the afternoon meeting the makers and teachers from Sydney's small creative studios and makerspaces. Meet the makers to find out what's involved and how you can be part of Sydney Craft Week's fifth annual festival in October.
Read ADC's Annual Report of activities in 2020. Whether working remotely or reconfiguring programs to be Covid- safe or digital, the ADC team worked tirelessly to change up the way we worked to create new initiatives, support makers and designers and connect with our audience across multiple platforms.
Last week in the NSW mid-north coast town of Bowraville, Australian Design Centre partnered with the Indigenous Jewellery Project’s Emily McCulloch Childs and contemporary jeweller Melinda Young, for a week of professional development workshops with Gumbayngirr artists.
We are calling for applications from New South Wales designers and makers to exhibit in Object Space in 2021. There are three exhibition opportunities available this year. Expressions of interest close 19 February.