Kim Martin a Master of Arts is a practising artist, teacher, curator, competition judge, freelance writer and critic. She has exhibited regularly since 1974, solo and in numerous group shows. Kim headed the Ceramics Department at RMIT University and was the Course Coordinator for Ceramics and Visual Arts at Holmesglen Institute in Melbourne. Kim’s work has been showcased in venues such as the Craft Victoria Gallery, Lyall Burton Gallery Melbourne, Mornington Peninsular Regional Gallery, National Gallery of Victoria and the Newcastle Region Art Gallery. Her work is represented in many prestigious collections including the National Gallery of Victoria; Art Gallery of Western Australia, Victorian Ministry for the Arts; several Victorian regional galleries; the Jewish Museum of Australia and the City of Whitehorse.
This 4 week workshop will be held on Saturday afternoons 2pm-5pm.
Saturday 9 Nov, 16 Nov, 23 Nov, 30 Nov
During each 3 hour class you will explore a range of advanced throwing and finishing techniques. Student’s currently working at an intermediate level will be encouraged to extend their experience through observing and practicing more complex skills, methods and processes. Tuition and demonstrations will cover bottle forms, flat ware, lidded forms, jugs with pulled handles. Students will have the flexibility to try all techniques or focus on those of interest.