Clay stories makes its way to the beautiful mornington peninsula on its last leg of its two year tour
Clay Stories was launched on Friday 2 August by Belinda Briggs, Shepparton Art Museum’s curator of Indigenous Visual Arts. Belinda’s words were extremely moving and a fitting tribute for the end of the two-year tour.
Clay Stories has travelled the country including JamFactory at Seppeltsfield, Araluen Arts Centre in Alice Springs, Strathnairn Arts in Canberra, Gladstone Regional Gallery in Gladstone, Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery in Coffs Harbour and now at the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery in Mornington. Thousands of visitors have been able to view the works by these twenty-two contemporary ceramics artists from across remote Australia.
Danny Lacy, Jane German and the Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery team displayed the exhibition wonderfully. Greatest thanks to all for the continued enthusiasm and support throughout the process and whilst on exhibition. We have received many comments from visitors the gallery regarding the what it is presented.