As part of it’s current exhibition, which showcases works by eight ceramic artists, The Australian Design Centre is hosting a market with stalls by ceramicists from around Australia.

“The Clay Intersections exhibition promotes these artists as a part of a new generation of innovative craftspeople and designer-makers,” says director Lisa Cahill. “Our new clay makers market introduces 20 new makers to Sydney’s ceramics lovers. We plan to hold three more makers markets over the next year and we are soon reopening ADC’s Object Shop to showcase more of the work of Sydney makers on a permanent basis,” Cahill says.

Held outside the centre on the pedestrian strip of Darlinghurst’s leafy Palmer Street, there will be stalls by local ceramicists Milly Dent, Public Holiday and Hayden Youlley, as well as select pieces from ceramics students at UNSW Art & Design. At stalls by Maker Space & Co and 49Studio you can enter a draw to win a place in a ceramics workshop; and buy various works from students and members.

Japanese food truck Shiso Fine will be there on the day, with yakitori and hand-ade gyoza served hot from the van.

The makers market will be held outside the Australian Design Centre on September 3 from 10am–4pm.
Admission is free.

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