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The JamFactory - Ceramic Studio

28th October, 2011
Jenny Butler
Friday 28th October 2011

We have had a delightful week getting to know the JamFactory and seeing more of the work from this talented Adelaide group. Thank you again to Emma Aiston for organizing this week's Guest Blog and a big congratulations to the lucky winner of the KINK Oil Bottle - Bev! Have a great weekend everyone! - Jenny x

JamFactory Ceramics Studio

The Ceramics studio at JamFactory is a bustling hive of activity. The team of Associates (first years, Sophia Phillips, Hilary Jones, Guy Ringwood and Wayne Mcara, and second years, James Edwards and Maria Chatzinikolaki) work together on the production of Studio products and Commissions while also developing their own designs for sale in JamFactory outlets and Galleries around Australia.  Recent commissions include 1200 ‘Magic Bowls’ for Gay Bilson and the Adelaide Film Festival event on Willunga Beach.

Second year associate James Edwards in the Ceramics Studio

The Associate program is designed to assist in the professional development of a small, selected group of committed ceramicists and encourages them to learn new techniques and approaches that enable them to enter their field at an advanced level. A number of ceramic artists from the local community, along with tenants from within the building, regularly use the kilns and equipment in the studio and assist in the building of a vibrant and stimulating environment.

Top Left: JamFactory studio tenant Susan Frost in the Ceramics Studio. Top Right: Second year associate, Maria Chatzinikolaki painting her cups in the Ceramics Studio

This brings us to the end of our week guest blogging with The Design Files, we hope you have enjoyed learning a little more about what we do.  If you are interested in anything you have seen or read here, like becoming an associate we would love to hear from you so drop us a line or send us an email!

Top: Susan Frost, Jug and Saucer (available from JamFactory shops) Bottom: Commission work, Magic Bowl

First year associate Guy Ringwood’s bowls

The Design Files acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the lands on which we work, the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. We pay our respects to Elders past and present.

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