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exhibited at
Living Treasures: Masters of Australian Craft 2019
Date
2019
Place
Australian Design Centre, 101-115 William Street. Darlinghurst NSW 2010, Australia
Description

Living Treasures: Masters of Australian Craft.
Initiative of the Australian Design Centre. (ADC)
'The series aims to celebrate the achievements of Australia’s most iconic crafts practitioners, through a touring exhibition and a major monograph publication.’
ADC 2019

Tags
Australian Ceramics
Note
Australian Design Centre - Touring Exhibition. 2019
exhibited at
Smart works, design and the handmade
Date
2007
Place
Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, NSW
Description
Type
Exhibition
exhibited at
Colin and Cecily Rigg Craft Award 1994
Date
1994
Place
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Vic.
Description

The Colin & Cecily Rigg Craft Award 1994
National Gallery of Victoria.
Winner – Neville Assad-Salha $30,000

“... It is dedicated to ceramics and the works of 25 Victorian potters who show up to five pieces. As many are of monumental proportions, the exhibition is big and crowded. [...] this major, though not exhaustive, statement (exhibition) provides viewers with a vibrant overview of the current vigour and originality of contemporary ceramics.”

Review. The Age 16/08 1994 p.18

Type
Exhibition
Tags
Ceramic sculpture
Website
https://go-gale-com.ezproxy.slv.vic.gov.au/ps/i.do?ty=as&v=2.1&u=slv&it=DIourl&s=RELEVANCE&p=AONE&qt=TI~%22Craft%20finds%20its%20postmodern%22~~SP~18~~SN~0312-6307&lm=DA~1199408160000&sw=w
exhibited at
Cup competition – Arts and Crafts Society of Victoria
Date
1 January 1989
Description

Cup competition – Arts and Crafts Society of Victoria. 1989 Winner – Prue Venables

ACSV Est 1908. Collins St, Melbourne