Saturday, 22 February 2014

A Visit to Oz in May

THE LIFE OF CLAY: The lessons of 25 years in Japan A Demonstration and Talk by Euan Craig

Thursday 29 May 2014; 10am – 1pm

Ceramics Department @ National Art School Forbes St, Darlinghurst Sydney NSW 2010

Euan Craig has spent a lifetime as a potter and the last 25 years in Japan as part of the Hamada Mingei tradition. He will demonstrate the wheel techniques he has learned and developed as a master potter in Japan, and share the experiences and lessons of his life before and since the Great East Japan Earthquake;;

Cost: $30 per person ($25 TACA members)

Please note: Full payment is required to ensure a place.

Minimum number: 10; Maximum number: 25

Please arrive by 9.45am to enable a prompt start.

There is no parking on campus, however metered street parking is available in the local streets. Tea and biscuits will be available. Coffee is better from the local cafés.

Payment for workshop:


  1. hey euan any other events on the agenda for those of us not in sydney?

    1. Hi Angela, I will only be in Sydney for a week this time, my first visit to Oz in five years! It's a start though, and I hope to get back more regularly in future, so I'm open to suggestions for next time!

    2. the australian ceramics trienale would be one idea and even a uni tours, you could even get in touch with canberra ANU greg daly and ACA Vicki Grima

  2. Hi Euan I was so excited - I was the fourth to book in :) it would be nice if you could be here longer but maybe next time :)

  3. Hi Euan , if you ever want to visit Tasmania, let me know and we will see if we can organise you a place to stay for a couple of nights as we would love you to do a workshop for us at the Tas Ceramics Association,
    Cheers Kim Foale