What a wonderful week in Adelaide with the launch of the Tarnanthi Indigenous arts festival, an array or brilliant exhibitions across the city, talks, panels, the market, and of course the Opening of Clay Stories at the JamFactory at Seppeltsfield in the Barossa Valley.
The curators and install team at the JamFactory did a great job with the display and lighting. The eighty ceramic artworks were given an opportunity to shine. Thanks to all involved.
Thank you to Brian Parkes and Christine Nicholls for their opening speeches.
We were thrilled to have so many of the artists attend the opening launch including Alison Milyika Carroll and Derek Jungarrayi Thompson from Ernabella Arts, Ellarose Savage and Jimmy Thaiday from Erub Arts, Hayley Coulthard, Judith Inkamala and Rona Rubuntja from Hermannsburg Potters, Nephi Denham, Emily Murray, Sally Murray and Eileen Tep from Girringun Aboriginal Arts Centre, Jock Puautjimi from Tiwi Design.
It was a lovely afternoon