Tuesday, September 22, 2009

The anticipation is killing

“The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet.” Aristotle

There are those that would happily stay ensconced in the education system for as long as the department will let them. When the subject matter entails experimentation, exploration, creative expression and clay, who can blame them?

Twelve students undertaking the Diploma of Ceramics at Holmesglen bring to the course a wealth of life experience. Collectively their accumulated years of study exemplify passion and commitment to working with clay and undeniable dedication to the craft.

Showcasing a variety of highly personal one off pieces Anticipation celebrates the culmination of this student life, resulting in fresh, innovative and conceptual ceramic artworks with strong evidence of experimentation.

It has been a long time in the making, the anticipation is killing, but there is no doubt the fruit is sweet.

008 Anticipation
23 Sep to 6 Oct 2009
Holmesglen Diploma of Ceramic Art Sudents
Opens Tue 22 Sep 6-8pm with guest speaker Lesley Walsh

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