Ceramic and pottery clay, tools and equipment
Keane Ceramics is based at Somersby NSW. We have an extensive range of Australian clays, slips, glazes, ceramic tools and pottery equipment.
Walker Ceramics manufacturers of Australian clays and glazes. They have a large range of products for the Ceramics industry, everything needed for the studio or hobbyist.
Northcote Pottery Supplies sells Australian clay, glazes, tools and kiln products.
Pug Mill sells kilns, pottery wheels, glaze products, clay, slip moulds and other ceramic tools and equipment.
Clayworks produce there our clays, glazes and pottery tools in their Dandenong factory located in Victoria.
Importing Japanese Shimpo products into Australia, Shimpo supplies pottery wheels, banding wheels, slab rollers, pug mills, ball pot mills and kilns.
Ceramic Glazes of Australia was established in 1987 and supplies clay stains, glazes, inks, underglazes, powders and more.
Fired Up Kilns offer a range of top-loading and front-loading kilns ceramic kilns at competitive prices. Delivery available in Australia and New Zealand.
United Diamond Tools supply long lasting electroplated diamond hand sanding pads perfect for sanding ceramic work.
MKM Tools provide textured wooden stamps and rollers that are great for creating unique designs for ceramics and pottery.
Easybats supply specialised bats, wooden Japanese plate makers and turntables for sculpture and decorating your ceramics
Ceramic Pottery Classes and Workshops in AUSTRALIA
Canberra Potters and Watson Arts Centre is a dynamic, innovative and inspiring arts hub of excellence, supporting personal and professional development across all levels of ceramic arts practice.
Strathnairn Arts is a not-for-profit arts association supported by the ACT Government providing working spaces and facilities for a range of artists, crafts people and community groups.
Positioned within a re-purposed ACT school, Clay Studio offers clay experiences from novice through to experts.
Clay Sydney offers a variety of workshops, from hand-building and wheel throwing. Group classes, private classes and corporate events!
Slow Clay Centre in Collingwood specialises in ceramic art and pottery education and offers an extensive variety of ceramics and pottery classes and workshops throughout the year.
The Bega Valley Potters for people who enjoy making things from clay, learning new techniques and sharing their knowledge of pottery.
The Adelaide Potters’ Club is the oldest pottery club in Australia they welcome potters of all skill levels.
Ceramic & Pottery Publications
The Journal of Australian Ceramics (JAC), Australia’s most widely read tri-annual contemporary ceramics magazine, is a valuable resource for professional and amateur ceramicists, students, galleries, arts administrators, curators, buyers and passionate collectors.
Ceramic Arts Network is an online community serving active potters and ceramic artists worldwide, as well as those who are interested in finding out more about this craft.
GLAZE Magazine visits artists in their studios, collectors in their homes, and curate editorial features with the mission of placing the process of making ceramics in the context of real life.
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