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Clay Intersections

ADC On Tour: An Australian Design Centre national touring exhibition

Kenji Uranishi, Momentary (installation view) 2015 Photo credit: Carl Warner


14 September – 10 November 2018

Clay Intersections is an ADC On Tour national touring exhibition, first presented by Australian Design Centre in 2016. Curated by Gallery Co-ordinator Cath Fogarty, the exhibition highlights the work of eight contemporary makers selected for their diverse approaches to their ceramic practice:  Kenji Uranishi, Tania Rollond, Bridget Bodenham, Helen Earl, Ulrica Trulsson, Natalie Rosin and Cone 11's Colin Hopkins and Ilona Topolcsanyi.


Learn more with the Clay Intersections education kit.


Australian Design Centre is supported by the Visual Arts and Craft Strategy, an
initiative of the Australian, State and Territory Governments. Australian Design Centre is assisted by the New South Wales Government through Create NSW, and the Australian government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory body.