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The JamFactory – Our Adelaide Week Superstars!

by Jenny Butler
Monday 24th October 2011

This week we welcome the JamFactory to the Guest Blog! No doubt you’ve read all about Lucy’s visit to the JamFactory earlier today and already know that the JamFactory is packed full of outstanding creative artists in the fields of ceramics, glass, metal and furniture. This week we will be getting an fantastic behind the scenes look into each of these departments and see some of the recent projects the crew have been working on. A HUGE thank you to Emma Aiston for curating this exciting week for us! – Jenny x

JamFactory alumni, Mandi King with her Story Machines is currently exhibiting in the Atrium space at JamFactory. Photo – Rodrick Bond.

Welcome to a week with the JamFactory! We hope over the next 5 days we can take the opportunity to introduce you to our unique organisation and some of the folk within it! The JamFactory is nestled in the heart of Adelaide’s CDB and houses 4 studios (Furniture, Metal, Glass and Ceramics) a retail shop and 5 gallery spaces.

Gallery One at the JamFactory, the largest of our gallery spaces

The JamFactory’s retail space on Morphett Street, designed by local Khai Liew

The JamFactory shop

On top of this we also have 10 studios which are rented out by a talented bunch of designers and craftspeople, some of whom you will meet this week.  We also have a giveaway (we know you guys love a giveaway!) so one lucky reader will win themselves a KINK Oil Bottle designed and made in the JamFactory Glass Studio, all you need to do is leave a comment on the Guest Blog by 10pm on Thursday to go into the running to win!

Part of the recently launched JamFactory product range, KINK Oil Bottle will be available, along with many other great products in our new JamFactory online shop, which will go live just in time for Christmas!

Our second JamFactory production piece, Salad Servers, designed by John Quan. Top right- KINK Oil Bottle in action, designed by Deb Jones. Photos – Tom Roschi

The Jam Jar, still in its prototyping stage will soon join the JamFactory product range. Photo – Tom Roschi.

Ceramic Studio staff member, Kirsten Coelho is showing pieces at the JamFactory in Collectors Space until the end of this month

by Jenny Butler
Monday 24th October 2011

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