Exhibitions
JamFactory
Adelaide


 

JamFactory’s two main gallery spaces in Adelaide showcase a series of curated exhibitions featuring a cross section of local, national and international contemporary craft and design practice from established and emerging artists, designers and craftspeople.

Our Collect exhibition series featured in the front window of the retail shop presents work for the contemporary collector.




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19 Morphett St
Adelaide
South Australia

Open 7 Days
10.00am – 5.00pm

Open Public Holidays
10.00am – 5.00pm.
Closed Christmas Day,
Boxing Day, New Year’s
Day and Good Friday

 
 
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Coming Up:
Collect


Dates:
12 October – 12 November

Location:
JamFactory Adelaide


 

Wanapari- in a line, following one another
Ernabella Arts

In a shift in direction for artists at Australia’s oldest Aboriginal art centre, emerging female ceramicists at Ernabella Arts have produced ceramic jewellery for the first time. The works were created by artists as part of a series of JamFactory jewellery design workshops in Adelaide and Pukatja (Ernabella) in northern South Australia. The works are exhibited alongside ceramics and paintings by senior Ernabella artists.

Artists: Jayanna Andy, Alison Milyika Carroll, Roxanne Carroll, Atipalku Intjalki, Marceena Jack, Imitjala Pantjiti Lewis, Vennita Lionel, Yurpiya  Lionel,Nicole Rupert, Renita Stanley, Tjariya Nungalka Stanley, Tjunkaya Tapaya, Anne Thompson, Carlene Thompson, Marissa Thompson and Margaret Inyika Wells.

Presented as part of TARNANTHI

 
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Ethel Doolan wearing Liritja I by the artists of Ernabella Arts Inc. Photo courtesy Ernabella Arts Inc.

 
 
 

Coming Up:
Atrium/Retail Shop


 

Dates:
12 October – 12 November

Location:
JamFactory Adelaide

 

Walka Waru: Ninuku Kalawatjanga ungu painta
Warm Works: Ninuku painting inside glass
Ninuku Arts

This collaborative project explores new materials and forms, with artists who normally paint on canvas transferring their skills to glass for the first time. The artists at Ninuku Arts, in Kalka in the far northwest of South Australia, have painted their characteristically bold and colourful designs onto glass ‘starter bubbles’, which have then been blown into larger forms by JamFactory glass artists. The resulting works present ancestral stories in a striking new medium.

Artists: Jayanna Andy, Roxanne Carroll, Ruth Fatt, Marceena Jack, Vennita Lionel, Nicole Rupert, Anne Thompson, Marissa Thompson, and Rita Watson (other artists TBC David Miller, Carol Young and Katrina Connolley.

Presented as part of TARNANTHI

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Nyanu Watson, Tjulpu, 2019
Photo: Grant Hancock