Australian Ceramics Open Studios
Australian Ceramics Open Studios (ACOS) is an annual nationwide weekend held event that celebrates clay, community and creativity. Hosted by The Australian Ceramics Association, more than 140 ceramics studios – including many in and around Australia’s capital cities and regional centres – open their doors to offer insight, practical demonstrations and the chance to take home a handmade piece.
LIKE TO OPEN YOUR STUDIO IN 2018?
Date of event: Saturday 18 & Sunday 19 August, 10am – 4pm
Please read the Conditions of Entry below.
ACOS 2018 CONDITIONS OF ENTRY
You (and your group participants) must comply to the Conditions of Entry (below) prior to creating an ACOS Listing. A completed EOI form must be submitted to participate and you must be able to fulfill all of the following:
- Be available for the Australian Ceramics Open Studios (ACOS) event dates in the given year.
- Must hold current membership/s of The Australian Ceramics Association (TACA) at the time of the event.
- All participating artists (or groups) must have public liability insurance with a valid Certificate of Currency, detailing cover for the dates of the event.
- The Certificate of Currency must note the TACA member’s name (single person or group) and must be supplied to TACA at least one month before the event.
- Note, those who have TACA Group Liability Insurance are covered for this event.
- Pay an applicable Participation Fee on (or just after) submission of an EOI form.
EARLY BIRD SPECIAL ENDS MONDAY 21 MAY 2018
FINAL DEADLINE: STRICTLY MONDAY 9 JULY 2018
DON’T FORGET! MISS THE DEADLINE AND MISS YOUR PLACE ON THE ACOS PRINTED MAP
EARLY BIRD! $35 TACA Individual Memberships
Select for TACA Individual Memberships. Fee is charged per TACA Individual Membership i.e. payable per person for either an individual member in a studio or multiple individual members in a studio and includes an ACOS Individual listing. Multiple individual members in a studio will require a listing (fee) each.
ACOS Group Small
EARLY BIRD! $100 TACA Group Memberships (of up to 10 people)
Select for TACA Group Memberships of up to 10 people. Fee is charged per TACA Group Membership i.e. payable per group of up to 10 people (inclusive) in a studio and includes an ACOS Group listing, where all members of the group (up to 10 people) are included in one listing (fee).
ACOS Group Large
EARLY BIRD! $150 TACA Group Memberships (of 11 people and over)
Select for TACA Group Memberships of 11 people and over. Fee is charged per TACA Group Membership i.e. payable per group of 11 people and over (inclusive) in a studio and includes an ACOS Large Group listing, where all members of the group (11 people and over) are included in one listing (fee).
SUBMIT YOUR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST FOR ACOS 2018 HERE.
Australian Ceramics Directory
Since 2002 the Australian Ceramics Directory (ACD) has been an important initiative of TACA providing an international and national reference of Australian ceramic artists for interior designers, galleries, collectors, art administrators, curators, students and international visitors. The ACD allows ceramicists and craftspeople to have a professional presence and wider exposure online, including links to their website and social media. Our category listings allow artists, galleries and organisations to nominate where they would like to appear. For users of the ACD searching allows for the use of key descriptive terms, and/or artists, enabling users to quickly hone in on areas of interest.
BECOME A MEMBER & ACTIVATE YOUR FREE LISTING!
The Australian Ceramics Association
The Australian Ceramics Association (TACA) fosters a lively, engaged ceramics community throughout Australia. We publish The Journal of Australian Ceramics, organise nationwide open studio events, support ceramic artists in their studio practice and advocate for excellence in ceramics education and training. We work to spread the excitement and passion of ceramics throughout Australia so that everyone has the opportunity to recognise, experience and value ceramics in their daily lives. In 1956, the Potters Society of Australia was formed to encourage and foster the development, appreciation and recognition of potters and pottery. It was the first ceramics organisation in Australia. In 2006, our name was changed to The Australian Ceramics Association to more fully reflect the scope of practice of the members. We are a national, not-for-profit organisation.
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More information HERE.