Ceramics NZ Review – Have your say!

Ceramics NZ Review – Have your say!

Kia ora koutou, Ceramics NZ (CANZ / Ceramics Association of NZ / NZ Society of Potters) is undertaking a review to set its strategic direction and programme of activity for the coming five years. As part of this review we are running a survey to make sure we capture...

Central North Island report — May 2023

Driving Creek workshops Phoenix Kiln Demolition and Rebuild Workshop with Duncan Shearer Driving Creek Pottery’s Baseyard Phoenix kiln has reached the end of its current iteration. Come and be part of the deconstruction and the rise from the ashes of the new iteration...

Volume 6 Issue 1 of Ceramics NZ magazine out shortly!

Volume 6, Issue 1 of Ceramics NZ Magazine gives space to the messy joy of collaboration, the bonds forged through wood-firing, and the social power of community events. We dive into the chaos of Brickell-Brac at Whangārei Art Museum, visit Nelson Clay Week 2022, explore the cross-cultural knowledge-sharing of anagama firing. We peek behind the scenes in Cindy Huang’s object exchange project: Twin Cultivation, and step into Amanda Shanley’s new studio shop, where customers are company.