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artist interviews

bev ellis

bev ellis tells us about her inspiration, process and other projects in conjunction with the group exhibition ‘quiet places’.

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artist interviews

debra frances

in conjunction with the group exhibition, quiet places, debra frances tells us about her inspirations, passions and appreciation for the process.

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sue gordon

sue gordon talks about her fascination with the weather and inspiration for the exhibition quiet places.

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artist interviews

meet amy gogarty

in conjunction with her CCBC gallery show, Amy Gogarty tells us about her journey as an artist and her love for ceramics.

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artist interviews

an exhibition from afar

Jenny Judge tells us about the experience and challenges of participating in the Korean International Ceramic Biennale during the Pandemic.

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meet monique huynh

in conjunction with her CCBC gallery show, we asked artist Monique Huynh to share with us a bit about herself, her inspiration, her audience and her other projects.

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2022 exhibitions

all consuming

All Consuming raises issues of consumption, waste, and the global circulation of consumer goods.
Amy Gogarty
june 16 – august 4, 2022

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5 SEO Tips for Craft Artists for 2022

Changes in the business environment have fostered and accelerated digital marketing and pushed small businesses, including craft artists and studios, to adopt digital marketing for their companies.

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new member Mark Qualizza

Our new member Mark Qualizza tells us about he he went from journeyman stucco plasterer to designer, intrigued by the complexities of woodworking. Mark finds pleasure in curves and elegance of wood and his commitment to form and function presents itself in his exceptional designs. 

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ccbc gallery

review: fruits of my labour

In his review of Louise Perrone’s Fruits of my Labour, Critical and Curatorial Studies MA student Nathan Clark reflects on the seductive and consumable nature of Perrone’s works.

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