Our March 2019 newsletter can now be viewed in PDF format here.
Thanks to Chinese Clay Art USA for giving us a heads up about a few upcoming awards and competitions open to the international clay community.
We have a winner for our shop name! Congratulations to Ann O'Sullivan for her winning suggestion: 'The Box Gallery' it is!
We had 107 people voting in total - thanks to all who participated. And on that note... any graphic designers in our membership who would like to design a logo for The Box Gallery, please get in touch with us we'd love to hear from you.
Bookings for spaces are now OPEN. There are 25 spots available, first come first served. To book please click here.
You might have noticed a new section on the website - The ASP Member’s Directory. On this page, we are hoping to maintain an ever-growing list of our members’ websites, online stores and social media accounts which showcase their work; to connect our members with one another, as well as to the wider pottery community who may be browsing through the ASP site.
At the moment the list is very short, but we have only gotten started! If you would like to be added to the directory, please email us at the office - firstname.lastname@example.org - with links to your website/Instagram/Facebook/etc, along with a photo to represent your work - ideally we would like a square photo (1:1 ratio) to fit the layout.
We are really excited about getting this resource together, and looking forward to seeing your fabulous works online!
Our January / February 2019 newsletter can now be viewed in PDF format here
We are very excited to see the ASP shop coming together, with a range of gorgeous works from our members up for sale right in the heart of the Centre (in the main office building). Each term we will have a new group of members featured on the shelves, so everybody will have a chance to showcase their wares.
We are getting ramped up to start promoting the shop and getting its name out there—except, we don’t have a name! We called on our members to submit suggestions for the shop’s official name, and we’d like to invite everyone to vote for 1 out of 11 proposed names: Vote here! Voting closes this Friday (March 1st).
A big thank you to everybody who took part in our annual Big Clay Day Out fundraiser this past Sunday!
The day was a huge success, with a great turnout on a fabulous summer day. A wonderful array of pots was quickly snatched up by eager shoppers who filled our studio as soon as doors opened, and outside all sorts of fun activities for young and old kept everyone entertained—not to mention all the delicious food and drinks served up by our lovely volunteers.
Check out the photos from the day here!
Set your alarms and mark your calendars - bookings for all 2019 term 1 classes will become available on Monday the 7th of January at 8am sharp via Events Pronto!
Our October 2018 newsletter can be viewed in PDF format here.
Big Clay Day Out is New Zealand’s biggest pottery fair, and the main fundraiser for ASP. The date has been set for Sunday the 2nd of December 2018. Over 40 potters will be selling their work, as well as food stalls, live music, and lots of fun activities for the whole family - a great day out for the kids!
Check out the photos from previous years’ events
Lots of exiting exhibitions, open studios and events happening this year as part of the Auckland Festival of Ceramics. View the complete programme here.
Our September 2018 newsletter can be viewed in PDF format here.
We are now accepting entries for our annual Fire & Clay exhibition, to be held on November 13th - December 9th at Pah Homestead.
The Doris Lusk Ceramics Residency was established in November 2014 by Risingholme Community Centre in con-junction with Dunedin School of Art to facilitate closer links between community education and artists and is open to all Dunedin School of Art graduates with an active practice in ceramics.
The residency recipient will team teach at the Risingholme Community Centre ceramics studios working closely with tutors and the ceramic students during a two week residency. Risingholme has a very busy ceramics depart-ment with over 100 students every term. Find out more…
On between 24th August and 8th September at State Gallery, 126 Valley Rd, Mount Eden.