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Sunday, July 6, 2014


Interpreting Ceramics is the title of the exhibition of innovative ceramics to be held from July 15 and presented by The Regional Exhibition of the Ceramics Southern Africa Association.

The KZNSA’s sympathetic white spaces offer an ideal venue for viewing original hand-crafted ceramics of KwaZulu-Natal. This is a great opportunity to snap up original ceramics. 

Exhibiting on the exhibition will be the Fellows of the Ceramics Association: Garth Hoets, Lindsay Scott and Andrew Walford.

Specially invited artists are Rayson Hiyani, Ann Schultz and Rita Senekal, who will show expressive to functional ceramics along with 25 members of the Ceramics Association.

As part of the exhibition co-curator of the Ceramics Association, Anthea Martin, is curating painted ceramic fish, by invited fine artists of Durban which will be displayed as a shoal of fish on one of the gallery walls.

A ceramic workshop for students from local schools will take place on July 26 from 11h30 to 15h30.

Interpreting Ceramics runs at the KZNSA Gallery from July 15 to August 3. The opening will take place at 18h00 on July 15.

For more information contact Anthea Martin on 082 828 0211 or Lynette Morris-Hale on 083 540 4349.