Exhibition and kil.n.it studio tour // Stuck in the Mud
Saturday September 17 11-1pm
Meet at Verge Gallery 11am
Stuck in the Mud is for a revolution that has already happened. A revolution where art won, or did it? Step into the museum to see unearthed works that commemorate the art versus craft revolution. Featuring original ceramics, textiles and audio-visual works by Connie Anthes, Eloise Rankine, Holly Macdonald, Katy B Plummer, Ashley Scott and Kuba Dorabialski among others.
Join curator and comrade Madeleine Preston as she takes you through a discussion on clay and craft vs art in the revolution that was Stuck in the Mud.
Then take a trip across the park to kil.n.it experimental ceramic studios in Glebe for a demonstration of ceramic techniques and gain insights into the medium of clay and the ideas that inform contemporary ceramic practice.
Clay and afternoon tea will be provided.
Book early for this special exhibition and studio tour.
Places are strictly limited.
COST: $15 waged. $10 unwaged.
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Floor talks and Catalogue Launch
Saturday September 24, 12-3
Free // All welcome
Join Katy B Plummer – artist, Kuba Dorabialski – artist, Bev Shroot – filmmaker, Madeleine Preston – artist and David Manley – artist as they discuss the work in Gallery 1 & 2 in Verge’s September exhibition program. The artists will take you through the work on exhibition and the motivations and ideas behind their art practice.
As well as floor talks there will be a catalogue launch for Stuck in the Mud featuring images of work from the exhibition in Gallery 2 and with commissioned text by UK curator James Beighton on ceramics and social change, Tasmanian artist and writer Lucy Hawthorne on the craft art divide, Melbourne based Debbie Pryor presents a craft manifesto, and Sydney based artist Eloise Rankine writes more broadly on the state of ceramics.