Exhibitions
JamFactory
Barossa


 

JamFactory’s Seppeltsfield gallery provides a unique hub for contemporary craft and design in the Barossa. Our curated exhibition program features established and emerging artists, designers and craftspeople with a regular focus on local Barossa based themes.



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730 Seppeltsfield Rd, Seppeltsfield, SA, 5355

Open 7 Days
11.00am – 5.00pm

Open Public Holidays
11.00am – 5.00pm
Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year’s Day and Good Friday

 
 
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Dates:
20 September – 24 November

Location:
JamFactory at Seppeltsfield

Curated by:
Glenn Barkley

Public Program:
Event 24 November

 

Open House: Tamworth Textile Triennial

Open House: Tamworth Textile Triennial celebrates the open-ended nature of textiles practice today. All of the participant artists’ works are linked with things outside of themselves and their studios. Many celebrate the sense of belonging that comes from working with other artists; while others take on wide-ranging issues, such as the landscape and the environment, and the artist’s place in a world beset by environmental, social and cultural upheaval. Through the process of creating, talking and exhibiting, the artists join together with visitors as equal participants in an open house where all ideas and responses are welcome. Featured artists include Sally Blake, ACT;Ema Shi, VIC; Julie Robinson, SA; Meredith Woolnough, NSW; Rebecca Mayo, VIC; Joy Ivill, NSW, Treahna Hamm, VIC; Carol McGregor, QLD; John Brooks, VIC; Raquel Ormella, ACT; Noongar Doll Maker, WA ; Gomeroi Gaaynggal, NSW; Jeanette Stok, QLD; Sue Ryan Ghost Nets, QLD

This exhibition is supported by the Visions regional touring program, an Australian Government program aiming to improve access to cultural material for all Australians.

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Ema Shin, Devoted Body (detail), 2017. Photo: Oleksandr Pogorily.

 
 
 

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Dates:
29 November - 2 February

Location:
JamFactory at Seppeltsfield

Curated by:
Rebecca Freezer and
Lucy Potter

 

Picturesque

The traditions of Australian landscape painting are redefined by a diverse range of artists who share their interpretations of this genre through ceramics, glass, jewellery, textiles and wood.

 
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