Come! Take part! Eveleigh Artisans Market

Like to take part in Eveleigh Artisans Market Ceramics Showcase?
Sunday 4 November 2012; 10am – 3pm
243 Wilson St, Darlington, NSW (adjacent to Carriageworks)

Catherine Tate at EAM November 2011

The Australian Ceramics Association (TACA) has once again booked 10 stalls at Eveleigh Artisans Market (EAM) for Sunday 4 November 2012. Each stall can cater for 2 people to display their work. TACA has also been asked to run demonstrations throughout the day. In return for giving a one hour demonstration, TACA is happy to give three demonstrators a free space on a stall. Demonstrators will need to bring all their own demonstrating equipment. We are aiming to display the work of 20 potters – 2 potters per stall (1 stall = 3 tables), 10 stalls.Cost to participate: $45 per person, payable to TACA (do not send payment until notified).

Participation is open to members of TACA who hold Public and Product Liability Insurance. All participants must hold a current Public Liability Insurance Policy (preferably with TACA) to take part in the market. A Certificate of Currency must be supplied to TACA for every participant, at the time of payment for your space.

Check out TACA’s stalls from November 2011 here

Please submit your EXPRESSION OF INTEREST by Friday 24 August 2012.
Your EOI will include your name, contact details, a few lines about your work along with an image (jpg file, less than 1 MB) of the work you will display at EAM.
Send your EOI to:, marked “EAM EOI” in the subject line.
Successful applicants will be advised by 24 September.

For more information drop us an email, or give us a call.


Vicki Grima
Editor, The Journal of Australian Ceramics
E.O., The Australian Ceramics Association
PO Box 274 / Rear 249 Bronte Rd
Waverley NSW 2024
T: 1300 720 124
F: 61 (0)2 9369 3742
skype: australianceramics
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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 representing the interests of practising potters and ceramicists, students of ceramics and all those interested in Australian ceramics. We actively support and promote quality, specialist ceramics education nationally. T: 1300 720 124

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