The Journal of Australian Ceramics | Vol 63 No.1 | April 2024

The Journal of Australian Ceramics (JAC), Australia's most widely read tri-annual contemporary ceramics magazine, is a valuable resource for professional and amateur ceramicists, students, galleries, arts administrators, curators, buyers and passionate collectors.

From the Editor: The domestic can be a place of comfort, or conflict, or both. It is a place of thinking and attitude-forming, and, if we are fortunate, a place of rest. In trying to find a way through this issue’s theme DOMESTIC MATERIAL, I am left dwelling on questions – what conversations are we having? What material furnishes the inner spaces of our hearts and minds?

In this issue there is intimacy in exhibition themes and profiles, cultural memory in current tableware, the domesticity of furniture, and a kiln fired with a domestic waste product – vegetable oil.

Featured in JAC 631: Penny Evans, Claire G. Coleman, Ruby Yu-Lu Yeh, do° Pottery, Room23 Ceramics, Wonki & J Ceramics, Ellis Moseley and Mark Jones, Ian Jones, Georgia Zoric, Sean Miller, Tina Baum, Kirk Winter, Kaz Davis, Danish Quapoor, Parker Lev Dupain and Kate Jones, Dee Taylor-Graham, Everything Flows, Elaine Kim, Mikaila Rodgers, Siliceous Award for Ceramic Excellence, Hannah Vorrath-Pajak, Sarah Stubbs, Angie Russi, Belmont Potters Group, and the TABLED exhibition catalogue.


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