Below you will find a range of web resources related to art and ceramics. If you have a good website to recommend or if you would like to discuss a reciprocal link please contact us.
Find Local and Overseas: Art Galleries/ Art Products and Services / Artists /Arts and Entertainment / Information and Education / Organisations/ Shows and Events Visit www.art-search.com.au
Arts Law Council
of Australia is the national community legal centre for the arts in Australia artslaw.com.au
Arts NSW aims to foster a spirited arts and cultural environment, which values our artists and our heritage, which builds community, excites our imagination and inspires our future. Arts NSW is the NSW Government’s arts policy and funding body Visit arts.nsw.gov.au for more information
The Australia Council for the Arts is the Australian Government's arts funding and advisory body. It enriches the lives of Australians and their communities by supporting the creation and enjoyment of the arts. The Australia Council cultivates the nation’s creativity by investing in artists and arts organisations working in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts, community partnerships, dance, literature, music, theatre, visual arts and multi-artform practices. Visit ozco.gov.au for more information
Centre for Contemporary Craft
Object defines the future of Australian craft and design. One of Australia's most innovative arts organisations, Object passionately supports and promotes contemporary craft and design by showcasing the work of hundreds of talented Australian designers and makers every year. Visit object.com.au
Ceramics Art and Perception/Ceramics Technical
Established in 1990, these magazines have met with acclaim internationally. Ceramics: Art and Perception aims to set the standard as a dedicated magazine on ceramic art. Visit ceramicart.com.au
Ceramics Today is a comprehensive independent ceramics site, but one with a long history. Many of you may be familiar with its first incarnation as Claynet, which was set up in mid 1995 and was one of the earliest ceramics sites on the WWW (predating even the SDSU web site). Many features of Ceramics Today may be familiar to you - the links, the gallery and the newsletter (now the 'Update'). There are also many new features - the Pot of the Week, Website of the Week and the Odd Spot. Visit www.ceramicstoday.com
Craft Arts International is a well-established independent journal devoted to the documentation of contemporary craftwork and new art forms that fall within the broad categories of the visual and applied arts.
The national peak advocacy organisation for the Australian craft and design sector, http://www.craftaustralia.com.au/organisations/ozGuilds.php
E-Street Gallery PHOTOGRAPHY/CERAMICS http://www.estreetgallery.com.au/
International Ceramic Directory An online directory with links to ceramic artists, manufacturers, historical sites, marks, museums and more. The entries and countries are listed in alphabetical order. A brief description, and the site language, is included in the listing.http://www.ceramic-link.de/
International Ceramic Finder A categorization of the entries, which are specially matched with the ceramic field, facilitates the quick location of the requested information.Visit ceramic-finder.com
Museum of Contemporary Art was established to fulfil the museum aspect of the visionary bequest of Australian expatriate artist John Power (1881-1943), who left his personal fortune to the University of Sydney to inform and educate Australians in the contemporary visual arts. The MCA was officially opened in November 1991. Visit mca.com.au for more information
National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA)
A gateway to Australia's Visual Arts and Craft Visit visualarts.net.au for more information
Newcastle Region Art Gallery offers people an enriching and rewarding experience. Through its diverse public programs and changing exhibitions the Gallery plays a key role in stimulating cultural life in the Hunter region.
Visit ncc.nsw.gov.au/discover_newcastle/region_art_gallery for more information
Potters on Line http://pottersonline.com.au/associations_list.php
The Powerhouse Museum, Australia's largest and most popular museum, is located in Darling Harbour, Sydney. Its unique and diverse collection of 385,000 objects spans history, science, technology, design, industry, decorative arts, music, transport and space exploration.
Visit phm.gov.au for more information
The Australian Ceramics Association is a national, non-profit organisation representing the interests of practicing professional ceramists, students of ceramics and all those interested in Australian ceramics. It recognises all expressions of ceramic practice, and aims to support and promote Australian ceramic art and professional ceramic practice nationally and internationally. The Association incorporates the Australian Ceramics Alliance which specifically lobbies for quality ceramics education, nationally. Visit australianceramics.com for more information