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Clay trail roadmap

October 25th, 2021Clay trail roadmap

The Central Victorian Clay Trail is one roadmap that will lead you on a journey of discovery to the inner sanctums of the region’s ceramicists and help blow out the lockdown cobwebs.

THE Central Victorian Clay Trail is one roadmap that will lead you on a journey of discovery to the inner sanctums of the region’s ceramicists and help blow out the lockdown cobwebs.
This year 14 ceramics studios will open to the public over the weekend of November 13 and 14, from 10am to 4pm, offering a glimpse into the working life of a potter.


Artists from Mount Alexander and Hepburn shires will welcome visitors to explore the individual processes they use to take clay through to its final state. There will be a huge range of styles and techniques on show, from sculptural work to tableware and everything in between.
All studios will follow Covid guidelines, including QR and manual check-in, and adhere to numbers of visitors allowed in the studio.


Hepburn Shire participants include Minna Graham (Musk Vale), Kim Haughie (Springmount), Angie Izard (Porcupine Ridge) and Chandra Paul (Clunes).
Mt Alexander Shire participants include Oxart Pottery (Taradale), Ann Ferguson (Castlemaine), Fluxed Earth (Castlemaine), Dee Hutchison (Castlemaine), Andrea Ebsworth (Maldon), Tracey Koolen (Maldon), Felicity Ceramics (Muckleford), Angie Robinson (Walmer), Chris Johnston (Green Gully) and Sarah Koschak (Newstead).
Download the map from www. centralvictorianpotters.org


*The brochure lists 15 studios, however, number five, Ellen Hansa-Stanyer, has withdrawn from the trail.

Pictured, right, Kim Haughie’s studio is situated in the basalt-rich region of Springmount, with her mostly wheel-formed, functional pieces an immediate response to her environment

Main image: Amelia Stanwix



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