Gallery Two

Botanica Immortalus
5 October - 2 December

JamFactory presents a group exhibition of five contemporary jewellers whose work features botanical forms cast in precious metals.

Botanica Immortalus explores the way in which flowers and foliage can be transformed from living entities whose beauty is fleeting and ephemeral to inanimate objects that are eternal and unchanging

Featuring work by Shimara Carlow, Yuko Fujita, Michelle Kelly, David Neale and Olivia Spark.

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Collect: Ormolu
5 October - 5 November

Ormolu is a metaphorical as much as actual fusion of fine crafting skills, to make precious things inspired by the humble objects of everyday life.

 

In an inspired contemporary interpretation of Ormolu, silversmith Julie Blyfield and ceramicist Kirsten Coelho have collaborated to create a suite of porcelain containers with intricate silver lids and an accompanying collection of jewellery.

 

Seppeltsfield

JamFactory Icon 2018 Clare Belfrage: A Measure of Time
22 September - 25 November

JamFactory’s Icon series is an annual solo exhibition celebrating the achievements of South Australia’s most influential artists working in craft-based media.

Inspired by patterns in nature, glass artist Clare Belfrage’s distinctive glass artworks reflect subtle changes and the progression of time.

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Short Film

View short film A Measure of Time exploring Clare’s work. Film by Randy Larcombe

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Touring

JamFactory Icon Catherine Truman: no surface holds
Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, Mornington, VIC
21 September – 18 November 2018

JamFactory’s Icon series is an annual solo exhibition celebrating the achievements of South Australia’s most influential artists working in crafts-based media.

Catherine Truman: no surface holds is an intriguing and diverse solo show of objects, installation, images and film that investigates Truman’s 20 years of research and collaborative practice at the nexus of art and science. This exhibition is the first time that Truman’s collaborative practice with artists and scientists is presented as a whole.

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STEEL: art design architecture
Lake Macquarie City Art Gallery, Booragul, NSW
Until 2 December 2018

Curated by JamFactory’s Senior Curator Margaret Hancock Davis, the exhibition includes 29 artists, designers and architects from across Australia and brings together products, projects and works of art that reflect many of the current preoccupations with steel within contemporary art, design and architecture in Australia.

Alison Jackson, Anthill construction, Barry Gardner, Brodie Neill, BVN, Christian Hall, CODA Studio with Mark Philips Architecture, Collins Turner, Cox Architecture with Walter Brook and Hames Sharley, Craig Hiron,Dan Lorrimer, DesignByThem, Geoffrey Nees, Gunybi Ganambarr, Kensuke Todo, Korban Flaubert, Lorraine Connelly Northey, Mari Funaki, Matthew Harding, Maureen Faye Chauhan, Misho and Associates, Oliver Smith, Sabine Pagan, Sean O’Connell, Seaton McKeon, Simon Cottrell, Sue Lorraine, Tony Hobba Architects, and Trent Jansen for Tait.

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To learn more about the exhibition visit the STEEL: art design architecture website.

JamFactory Icon Gerry Wedd: Kitschen Man
Cowra Regional Gallery, NSW
13 October - 18 November 2018

JamFactory's Icon series is an annual solo exhibition celebrating the achievements of one of South Australia's leading craft and design practitioners.

Gerry Wedd enjoys a national reputation for his wheel thrown and hand-built blue and white ceramics that brim with a dry wit oscillating from the humorous to darkly disturbing. This exhibition will tour to 12 venues nationally.

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Gallery Two

Madeline Prowd
14 December - 28 January

Complimentary to the annual Generate exhibition, JamFactory presents the works of a member of our impressive studio team.

In 2018 JamFactory celebrates the work of Glass Studio technician, Madeline Prowd.

Seppeltsfield

In these hands (Mara nyangangka) Celebrating 70 years of Ernabella Arts
30 November – 28 January 2019

The fruits of a collaboration that took place 46 years ago are the subject of this very special exhibition about Australia's two oldest centres for craft and design – Sturt Gallery & Studios (1941) and Ernabella Arts (1948).

Forty-six years ago, five young artists from Ernabella went to Sturt as part of a residency to learn new weaving techniques. To celebrate Ernabella’s 70th birthday, In These Hands: Mara nyangangka tells the story of that residency, its impact on subsequent generations and offers a showcase of the contemporary work in painting, ceramics and tjanpi (native grass) weaving and punu (timber) work.

In these hands (Mara nyangangka) Celebrating 70 years of Ernabella Arts is a Sturt Gallery Touring exhibition.

Touring

JamFactory Icon Gerry Wedd: Kitschen Man
Artspace Mackay, Mackay, QLD
30 November 2018 - 17 February 2019

JamFactory's Icon series is an annual solo exhibition celebrating the achievements of one of South Australia's leading craft and design practitioners.

Gerry Wedd enjoys a national reputation for his wheel thrown and hand-built blue and white ceramics that brim with a dry wit oscillating from the humorous to darkly disturbing. This exhibition will tour to 12 venues nationally.

JamFactory Icon Catherine Truman: no surface holds
Craft Vic, Melbourne, VIC
18 January – 8 March 2019

JamFactory’s Icon series is an annual solo exhibition celebrating the achievements of South Australia’s most influential artists working in crafts-based media.

Catherine Truman: no surface holds is an intriguing and diverse solo show of objects, installation, images and film that investigates Truman’s 20 years of research and collaborative practice at the nexus of art and science. This exhibition is the first time that Truman’s collaborative practice with artists and scientists is presented as a whole.

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STEEL: art design architecture
Hawkesbury Regional Gallery, Windsor, NSW
7 December 2018 - 20 January 2019

Curated by JamFactory’s Margaret Hancock Davis (Senior Curator), the exhibition includes 29 artists, designers and architects from across Australia and brings together products, projects and works of art that reflect many of the current preoccupations with steel within contemporary art, design and architecture in Australia.

Alison Jackson, Anthill construction, Barry Gardner, Brodie Neill, BVN, Christian Hall, CODA Studio with Mark Philips Architecture, Collins Turner, Cox Architecture with Walter Brook and Hames Sharley, Craig Hiron,Dan Lorrimer, DesignByThem, Geoffrey Nees, Gunybi Ganambarr, Kensuke Todo, Korban Flaubert, Lorraine Connelly Northey, Mari Funaki, Matthew Harding, Maureen Faye Chauhan, Misho and Associates, Oliver Smith, Sabine Pagan, Sean O’Connell, Seaton McKeon, Simon Cottrell, Sue Lorraine, Tony Hobba Architects, and Trent Jansen for Tait.

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On Tour

JAMFACTORY ICON GERRY WEDD: KITSCHEN MAN 

Manly Art Gallery, Manly, NSW
6 April – 20 May 2018

Tamworth Regional Gallery, Tamworth, NSW
15 June – 18 August 2018

Cowra Regional Gallery, Cowra, NSW
13 October – 18 November 2018

Artspace Mackay, Mackay, QLD
30 November 2018 – 17 February 2019

Coffs Harbour Regional Gallery, Coffs Harbour, NSW
8 March – 12 April 2019

 

STEEL: ART DESIGN ARCHITECTURE

QUT Art Museum, Brisbane, QLD
17 February – 25 March 2018

Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, Bathurst, NSW
8 June –  5 August 2018

Lake Macquire Regional Art Gallery, Booragul, NSW
7 September – 2 December 2018

Hawkesbury Regional Gallery, Windsor, NSW
7 December 2018 – 20 January 2019

Australian Design Centre, Darlinghurst, NSW
1 February – 29 March 2019

Wagga Wagga Art Gallery, Wagga Wagga, NSW
13 April – 9 June 2019

Western Plain Cultural Centre, Dubbo, NSW
21 June – 21 July 2019

Mornington Peninsula Regional Art Gallery, Mornington, VIC
2 August – 6 October 2019

Bunbury Regional Art Gallery, Bunbury, WA
29 November 2019 – 1 February 2020

Murray Bridge Regional Art Gallery, Murray Bridge, SA
6 March – 26 April 2020

Signal Point Gallery, Goolwa, SA
15 May – 19 July 2020

 

JAMFACTORY ICON CATHERINE TRUMAN: NO SURFACE HOLDS

Riddoch Art Gallery, Mount Gambier, SA
11 May – 13 July 2018

Murray Bridge Regional Gallery, Murray Bridge, SA
27 July – 9 September 2018

Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery, Mornington, VIC
21 September – 18 November 2018

Craft Vic, Melbourne, VIC
18 January – 8 March 2019

Tamworth Regional Gallery, Tamworth, NSW
22 March – 19 May 2019

Hawkesbury Regional Gallery, Windsor, NSW
31 May – 9 August 2019

Cowra Regional Gallery, Cowra, NSW
24 August – 22 September 2019

Latrobe Regional Gallery, Morwell, VIC
9 November 2019 – 19 January 2020

JAMFACTORY ICON CLARE BELFRAGE: A MEASURE OF TIME

JamFactory at Seppeltsfield, Seppeltsfield, SA
22 September  25 November 2018

Murray Bridge Regional Gallery, Murray Bridge, SA
07 December  – 02 February  2018/19

Hamilton Gallery, Hamilton, VIC
16 February –  26 April  2019

Signal Point Gallery, Goolwa, SA
11 May – 13 July 2019

National Glass Art Gallery, Wagga Wagga, NSW
27 July – 30 September  2019

Canberra Glassworks, Canberra,  ACT
01 November – 19 January 2019/2020

Tweed Regional Gallery, Murwillumbah, NSW
21 February – 03 May 2020

Pinnacles Gallery, Thuringowa Central (Townsville), QLD
31 May – 09 Aug 2020

Redland Art Gallery, Capalaba, QLD
13 September – 18 October 2020

Bega Valley Regional Gallery, Bega, NSW
09 November – 19 January 2020/2021

Exhibition Archive

2013
GalleryOne
Domestic Renewal
11 October - 1 December 2013

A collaborative project inviting artists and designers to make objects for a table setting. In developing their work the artists were encouraged to consider a range of possibilities and issues such as existing materials or objects, the idea of place and urban renewal.

Gallery One
Product
11 October - 1 December 2013

An exhibition showcasing JamFactory studio products and the stories behind them. JamFactory studio production focuses on the design of useful, innovative products. These objects highlight the craft methods behind their production and the specific characteristics of the materials used. JamFactory products are designed in-house by creative staff, Associates or through collaboration with independent designers.

Gallery Two
Drink + Dine + Design South Australian Emerging Designer Award
11 October - 1 December 2013

Focusing on Australia’s reputation for great food, wine and dining experiences, Drink + Dine + Design showcases exciting product design ideas that enhance the experience of consuming fine food and wine.

Gallery One
Generate 2013
13 December 2013 - 20 January 2014

Generate is the annual exhibition of work by the dedicated emerging artists and designers who have just completed JamFactory’s intensive two year Associate training program. This exhibition represents the culmination of the Associates time in the studio, producing work of an extremely high level across the diverse areas of jewellery, ceramics, furniture and glass. The Associates for 2013 are George Agius, Llewellyn Ash, Liam Fleming, Andrew Gregg, Daniel Guest, Nadja Maher, Kate Sutherland, Ulrica Trulsson and Miao Wang.

Gallery Two
Prue Venables: New Ceramics
13 December 2013 - 20 January 2014

A collection of new works by one of Australia’s leading ceramic artists. Venables presents simple yet sophisticated functional forms in porcelain.

2014
Gallery One
CUSP: Designing into the Next Decade
7 February - 26 April 2014

CUSP takes a look at designers that are currently working within the multifaceted Australian design landscape who have the potential to effect lifestyle, learning and cultural change in our lives over the next ten years.

Gallery Two
Totems: Expression of an ancient culture - contemporary carvings from Aurukun
7 February - 26 April 2014

An exhibition of carvings from the Wik and Kugu Art Centre, Aurukun, Cape York Peninsula, Queensland.

Gallery One
A table of interior architecture elements
9 May - 28 June 2014

The third in a series of group exhibitions designed and curated by the University of South Australia’s interior architecture program team. The exhibition continues an exploration of the interior presented in two preceding exhibitions; a place at the table: the politics of being inside 2007 and setting a place at the table 2009, both shown at the UniSA Kerry Packer Civic Gallery.

Gallery Two
Interplay
9 May - 28 June 2014

Susan Frost plays with the interrelationships of colour and form by stacking, nesting and arranging her porcelain vessels. The immersive nature of colour is exploited here whilst its unifying properties serve to highlight the sculptural qualities of her domestic objects.

Gallery One
JamFactory Icon Nick Mount: The Fabric of Work
11 July - 13 September 2014

Nick Mount is one of Australia’s most accomplished and renowned studio glass artists. His work is celebrated in the JamFactory Icon series, showcasing the achievements of South Australia’s most outstanding and influential craft and design practitioners.

Gallery Two
White Heat - Contemporary Australian Ceramic Jewellery
11 July - 13 September 2014

Curated by Zara Collins and Helen Johnson, White Heat showcases a diverse collection of ceramic wearables.

Gallery One
Be Consumed: Creative Collaborations from the Barossa
26 September - 29 November 2014

An exploration of collaborations between leading artists and renowned food and wine producers from the Barossa. Looking at the conceptual and practical relationships between food, wine, art and design, this exhibition curated by Adele Sliuzas celebrates the distinctive contexts and characteristics of an iconic Australian region.

Gallery Two
Drink Dine Design
26 September - 29 November 2014

Focusing on Australia’s reputation for great food, wine and dining experiences, Drink Dine Design showcases exciting product design ideas.

Gallery One
Generate 2014
12 December 2014 - 24 January 2015

Showcasing the next generation of designer/makers this annual exhibition highlights future directions in glass, metal and furniture design. Featuring Marcel Hoogstad Hay, Katie-Ann Houghton, Courtney Jackson, Liam Mugavin, Steve Soeffky, Matt Taylor, Alexander Valero and Diego Vides Borrell.

Gallery Two
Colour: Speaking in Plumes
12 December 2014 - 24 January 2015

A collection of new jewellery by Adelaide based jeweller Alice Potter celebrating the vibrant and dynamic colour combinations found in the avian world.

Seppeltsfield
One + 3
29 November 2014 - 15 February 2015

Focused on alumni of our Associate program and creative team, the premise of the exhibition is that JamFactory selects one alumnus who in turn selects 3 other alumni whose work they are intrigued by or whose practice inspires them. Featuring Andrew Bartlett with Christine Cholewa, Deb Jones and Kate Sutherland.

2015
Gallery One
GLASS: art design architecture
13 February - 18 April 2015

Curated by Margaret Hancock Davis and Brian Parkes, GLASS: art design architecture showcases 23 outstanding projects by contemporary Australian artists, designers and architects. It represents a cross-section of current creative practices and relationships to this versatile material.

Gallery Two
Vitrine
13 February - 18 April 2015

To coincide with the national AusGlass Conference, Vitrine showcases the exciting talents of JamFactory’s glass team featuring second year Associates Andrej Larson, Kate Nixon, Drew Spangenberg and the creative team Kristen Britcher, Karen Cunningham, Tim Edwards, Tom Moore and Madeline Prowd.

Seppeltsfield
Generate 2014
21 February - 26 April 2015

Showcasing the next generation of designer/makers this annual exhibition highlights future directions in glass, metal and furniture design. Featuring Marcel Hoogstad Hay, Katie-Ann Houghton, Courtney Jackson, Liam Mugavin, Steve Soeffky, Matt Taylor, Alexander Valero and Diego Vides Borrell.

Gallery One
Iconic Australian Houses: An Exhibition by Karen McCartney
1 May - 4 July 2015

This exhibition explores the emergence of distinctive home design in modern Australia and its role in the formation of an Australian lifestyle and culture.

Gallery One
At Home - South Australian Iconic Houses
1 May - 4 July 2015

A selection of six South Australian iconic houses created by Karen Paris in association with the Architecture Museum, University of South Australia.

Gallery Two
Provisional Objects
1 May - 4 July 2015

Curated by Adele Sliuzas, Provisional Objects showcases three Australian artists who investigate haptic qualities of objects within their practice. Featuring Kate Beckingham, Tom Borgas and Meredith Turnball.

Seppeltsfield
GLASS: art design architecture
9 May - 19 July 2015

Curated by Margaret Hancock Davis and Brian Parkes, GLASS: art design architecture showcases 23 outstanding projects by contemporary Australian artists, designers and architects. It represents a cross-section of current creative practices and relationships to this versatile material.

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Panorama
10 - 31 July 2015

Preview the exquisite work of prominent jeweller Julie Blyfield before the exhibition travels to the Ruthin Craft Centre in Wales and the Scottish Gallery, Scotland.

Gallery One
JamFactory Icon 2015 Giles Bettison: Pattern and Perception
17 July - 19 September 2015

Renowned internationally as a master of contemporary murine glass, Giles Bettison is the 2015 JamFactory Icon. The Icon series celebrates the achievements of South Australia’s most outstanding and influential craft and design practitioners.

Gallery Two
Utforska
17 July - 19 September 2015

A collection of new works by emerging ceramicist Ulrica Trulsson, using functional objects to explore form, function and subtle metaphor.

Seppeltsfield
JamFactory Icon 2013 Stephen Bowers: Beyond Bravura
1 August - 4 October

Stephen Bowers is one of Australia’s foremost contemporary ceramic artists. This JamFactory Icon exhibition has toured across Australia for the last two years, with its final showcase at JamFactory at Seppeltsfield.

Gallery One
Shimmer
2 October - 29 November 2015

Curated by Margaret Hancock Davis and Coby Edgar, Shimmer offers artists from across Australia the opportunity to research within one of the South Australian Museum collections, to create new works of art exploring contemporary forms of adornment. Shimmer is showing at both JamFactory and the South Australian Museum and features Sebastian Arrow, Tamara Baillie, Maree Clarke, Janet Fieldhouse, Nicole Foreshew, Dale Harding, Grace William Lee and Vicki West.

Gallery Two
Jewellery has always been here
2 October - 29 November 2015

An exhibition of jewellery, small objects and films that investigate Anangu jewellery and other three dimensional design tradition and experimentation. Featuring Niningka Munkuri Lewis, Marissa Thompson, Anne Thompson (Ernabella Arts), Virigina Ngalaia Napanangka and Walter Jugadai Tjungurrayi (Ikuntji Artists).

Seppeltsfield
Janet DeBoos: A Survey
17 October - 13 December 2015

A celebration of the achievements of one of the most influential and iconic figures in the Australian craft movement. The exhibition reflects the wide reach of DeBoos’ aesthetic, intellectual and technical influences from the 1960s to 2015.

Gallery One
Generate
11 December 2015 - 23 January 2016

Celebrating tomorrow’s talent this annual exhibition of work by JamFactory Associates showcases future directions in glass, metal and furniture design. Featuring Rhys Cooper, Nicholas Fuller, Angela Giuliani, Andrej Larson, Sylvia Nevistic, Kate Nixon, Stephen Roy, Drew Spangenberg and Davide Spinoni.

Gallery Two
Christian Hall: A Simple Plan
11 December 2015 - 23 January 2016

New Work by Creative Director of JamFactory’s Metal Studio. A Simple Plan presents three dimensional work that plays at the nexus of art and design, blending functional, sculptural and ornamental qualities. Hall’s title is an ironic tribute to the inherent complexity that lies behind the graphic clarity of his design.

Seppeltsfield
Seppeltsfield Icon Giles Bettison: Pattern and Perception
19 December 2015 - 31 January 2016

Renowned internationally as a master of contemporary murine glass, Giles Bettison is the 2015 JamFactory Icon. The Icon series celebrates the achievements of South Australia’s most outstanding and influential craft and design practitioners.

2016
Gallery One
Lola Greeno: Cultural Jewels
19 February to 24 April 2016

Lola Greeno is an internationally respected Tasmanian Aboriginal artist practicing the art of shell stringing. Using unusual and beautiful natural materials, Greeno meticulously crafts the stories of cultural knowledge, natural beauty, ancient traditions and connectedness with her island home.

Gallery Two
2016 Adelaide Biennial of Australian Art: Magic Object Lovers of Neptune's Cabinet
19 February to 24 April 2016

In 1720, six dutch shell collectors met once a month to share their love of shells. They called themselves the ‘Lovers of Neptune’s Cabinet’ and according to scholar Henry E. Coomans, their small group was the first conchological society. In a tribute to this coterie of shell lovers, and as a compliment to the exhibition Lola Greeno: Cultural Jewels, artists selected are exhibiting work inspired by the world of the sea.

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COLLECT: Kirsten Coelho, Patsy Healy and Helen Fuller
25 February to 2 April
Seppeltsfield
Generate
9 February to 17 April 2016

Celebrating tomorrow’s talent this annual exhibition of work y JamFactory Associates showcases future directions in glass, metal and furniture design. Featuring Rhys Cooper, Nicholas Fuller, Angela Giuliani, Andrej Larson, Sylvia Nevistic, Kate Nixon, Stephen Roy, Drew Spangenberg and Davide Spinoni.

Gallery One
Playground
13 May to 3 July 2016

An exhibition of seven multi-disciplinary artists exploring the nature of playfulness and revealing our shared experiences with childhood sentimentality through the lens of visual art and contemporary craft and design. Artists include Ebony Bizys (AUS/JPN), Evie Group (NSW), Peta Kruger (SA), Jessie Lumb (SA), Billie Justice Thomson (VIC) and Amy Joy Watson (SA). Exhibition curated by Rayleen Forester (SA).

Gallery One
FUSE Glass Prize
13 May to 3 July 2016

The FUSE Glass Prize, a new Biennial Prize for Australian and New Zealand Glass artists, is Australasia’s richest prize for glass. Showcasing 15 outstanding finalists, this prize aims to provide a platform to encourage artists who work in glass to push themselves and their work to new limits and to focus significant public attention on the importance of glass as a medium for contemporary artistic expression.

Gallery Two
I Dream a Greenhouse
13 May to 3 July 2016

JamFactory trained, Melbourne based glass artist Amanda Dziedzic uses the concept of the greenhouse to cultivate and experiment with ideas. This intimate indoor space provides Dziedzic a fertile background to present exciting new work in a captivating environment.

Seppeltsfield
One + Three: Drawing Lines
23 April to 3 July 2016

Focused on alumni of our Associate program, this exhibition sees JamFactory select one alumnus who in turn selects three other alumni whose practice inspires them. Featuring Lauren Simeoni with Tim Edwards, Lesa Farrant and Peter Walker, Drawing Lines focuses as much on the generating of concepts as it does on the finished sculptural pieces.

Gallery One
Gerry Wedd: Kitschen Man
22 July to 11 September 2016

JamFactory’s Icons series is an annual solo exhibition celebrating the achievements of one of South Australia’s leading craft and design practitioners. Our 2016 Icon is Gerry Wedd. Wedd enjoys a national reputation for his hand-built and wheel thrown blue and white ceramics that brim with a dry wit oscillating from the humorous to darkly disturbing. Exhibited as part of SALA Festival and touring to 12 venues nationally.

Gallery Two
Soap Score
22 July to 11 September 2016

Honor Freeman presents a solo show of porcelain objects reflecting on how to measure a life and mark times passing. Creating beautiful still life tableaus that capitalise on slip-cast porcelain’s mimetic qualities, Honor will be producing her most ambitious installation to date, 656 soaps, a project that reflects life’s journey through everyday objects.

Seppeltsfield
FUSE Glass Prize
16 July to 25 September 2016

The FUSE Glass Prize, a new Biennial Prize for Australian and New Zealand Glass artists, is Australasia’s richest prize for glass. Showcasing 15 outstanding finalists, this prize aims to provide a platform to encourage artists who work in glass to push themselves and their work to new limits and to focus significant public attention on the importance of glass as a medium for contemporary artistic expression.

Gallery One
Homeland: returning remembering reimagining
23 September to 27 November 2016

An undeniable deep attachment to home is rooted in every persons consciousness. Home is the place where first memories are made, where security and love are bounded within and the intricate details of the physical place and familial realms are etched and devotedly recalled. Curated by Jo Cys and Jane Lawrence, the exhibition invites alumni and associates of the 50 year history of the University of South Australia’s Bachelor of Interior Architecture to consider the meaning of homeland in relationship to their professional practice and/or their personal lives and situations.

Gallery Two
Building Blocks
23 September to 27 November 2016

Buildings as a source of inspiration may seem unusual for a jeweller, but many jewellers reflect upon architectural modes of construction, materials, forms and even scale within their works. Featuring Clare Brooks, Christian Hall, Courtney Jackson, Jessamy Pollock and Andrew Welsh.

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COLLECT: Sit Down
23 September to 23 October

An exhibition exploring the concept of the ‘seat’ by South Australian designers and makers including Rhys Cooper, Jon Goulder, Takeshi Due, Genesin Studio, Matt Taylor and Studio Gram.

Seppeltsfield
Silent Nature
8 October to 4 December

In 2014 a fire ripped through Eden Valley, including large portions of the Angas’ property, Hutton Vale Farm. Some of the fallen and extensively damaged gum trees on the land were over 500 years old. Witness to an age of events, these majestic trees were an integral part of the local eco system and landscape and their loss was an emotional event for the Angas family. In a project to creatively preserve the memory of these trees, 8 South Australian artists have been invited to create new works. Featuring Jennifer Ahrens, Adam Cantwell, Chris De Rosa, Helen Fuller, Heidi Kenyon, Sue Kneebone, Adrian Potter and James Tylor.

Gallery One
Generate 2016
9 December 2016 to 22 January 2017

Celebrating tomorrow’s talent this annual exhibition of work by jamFactory second year Associates showcases future directions in glass, metal and furniture design. Featuring Lewis Batchelar, Emma Field, Laure Fradin, Zoe Grigoris, Madeline Isakson, Alice Mahoney, Huw McConachy, Matt Pearson and Daniel Tucker.

Gallery Two
Messing with Modernism
9 December 2016 to 8 January 2017

An exhibition of new work by Creative Director of JamFactory Ceramics Studio, Damon Moon. Moon presents a range of works reflecting on his interests in the history of modernism and ceramics making in a global context.

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COLLECT: Grid
9 December 2016 to 8 January 2017

In this exhibition of new jewellery and sculptural works, Peta Kruger and Janice Vitovsky explore city layouts, grid systems and Otto Hajek’s Adelaide Festival Centre sculpture, City Sign.

Seppeltsfield
Gerry Wedd: Kitschen Man
17 December 2016 to 29 January 2017

JamFactory’s Icons series is an annual solo exhibition celebrating the achievements of one of South Australia’s leading craft and design practitioners. Our 2016 Icon is Gerry Wedd. Wedd enjoys a national reputation for his hand-built and wheel thrown blue and white ceramics that brim with a dry wit oscillating from the humorous to darkly disturbing.

2017
Gallery One
STEEL: art design architecture
17 February to 23 April 2017

Curated by jamFactory’s Senior Curator Margaret Hancock Davis, STEEL: art design architecture showcases innovative works by 29 contemporary artists, designers and architects, providing an extensive cross-section of current creative practices, modes of thinking and relationships to this essential material.

Gallery Two
Scape
17 February to 23 April 2017

Ceramic artists Alterfact (Ben Landau and Lucile Sciallano), Roderick Bamford, and Kenji Uranishi, look to urban-scales and architecture to create works contemplating the tensions between built and broken, natural and unnatural, intention and chance.

Retail
Collect: Natural Language
17 February to 19 March 2017
Seppeltsfield
Generate 2016
10 February to 23 April 2017

Celebrating tomorrow’s talent this annual exhibition of work by jamFactory second year Associates showcases future directions in glass, metal and furniture design. Featuring Lewis Batchelar, Emma Field, Laure Fradin, Zoe Grigoris, Madeline Isakson, Alice Mahoney, Huw McConachy, Matt Pearson and Daniel Tucker.

Gallery One
Resolved: Journeys in Australian Design
5 May to 9 July 2017

An Australian Design Centre exhibition of works from 12 designers from the highly acclaimed “Workshopped” exhibitions held in Sydney. Go behind the scenes and uncover their design journey from inspiration to final resolution.

Gallery Two
Northcity4 Kick Out the Jams
5 May to 9 July

Eleven Northcity4 tenants showcase contemporary jewellery. This exhibition
highlights the intensely productive, varied and creative practices cultivated by a community of jewellers and artists within a shared work space in Brunswick, Melbourne.

Seppeltsfield
STEEL: art design architecture
20 May - 30 July

Curated by JamFactory’s Senior Curator Margaret Hancock Davis, STEEL: art design architecture showcases innovative works by 29 contemporary Australian artists, designers and architects, providing an extensive cross-section of current creative practices, modes of thinking and relationships to this essential material.

Gallery One
JamFactory Icon 2017 Catherine Truman: no surface holds
21 July - 17 September

JamFactory’s Icon series is an annual solo exhibition celebrating the achievements of South Australia’s most influential artists working in crafts-based media. Catherine Truman’s Icon exhibition will investigate her 20 years of research and collaborative practice at the nexus of art and science.

Gallery Two
A Grey Mirror
21 July - 17 September

Alex Valero is an emerging glass artist whose conceptually driven sculptural work is strongly informed by science.

Retail
Collect: Gems
21 July - 20 August

Contemporary jewellers working with precious and semi precious stones.

Seppeltsfield
One + Three: The Distracted Object
5 August - 1 October

Celebrating JamFactory Alumni, this exhibition presents ceramics by Phil Hart, Maria Parmenter, Jo Crawford and Alison Smiles.
Presented as part of SALA Festival.

Gallery One
Confluence
29 September - 26 November

Confluence brings together contemporary design in an exhibition that celebrates strong partnerships and collaborative practices. Featuring Nicole Monks’ marlu collection alongside the celebrated works of the Yolngu weavers of Elcho Island with Sydney based design company Koskela.
Presented as part of TARNANTHI.

Gallery Two
Melaa Thaldin - standing in the sea
29 September - 26 November

Artists from MIArts centre, Mornington Island in collaboration with renowned artist Grace Lillian Lee, present pieces inspired by strong cultural ties to their island home and the sea.
Presented as part of TARNANTHI.

COLLECT
Waringarri Aboriginal Arts
11 October - 12 November

Artists from Waringarri Aboriginal Arts including Peggy and Jan Griffiths.

Seppeltsfield
Clay Stories: Contemporary Indigenous Ceramics from Remote Australia
7 October - 10 December

A significant survey of contemporary ceramics by both established and emerging Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists in remote parts of regional Australia.

 

 

 

Gallery One
Generate 2017
8 December 2017 - 18 February 2018

This annual exhibition of work by JamFactory second year Associates showcases future directions in ceramics, glass, metal and furniture design.

Featuring works by Connie Augoustinos, Danielle Barrie, Antonia Field, Jordan Gower, James Howe, Cole Johnson, Madeline McDade, Thomas Pearson, Jake Rollins, Pantea Roostaee and Emma Young.

Gallery Two
Quantum Colour: Capturing the Movement of Light
8 December 2017 - 18 February 2018

Creative Director of JamFactory’s Glass Studio Karen Cunningham collaborates with the Institute for Photonics and Advanced Sensing (IPAS) and Centre for Nanoscale Biophotonics (CNBP) to explore nanoparticles as a primary constituent of how light may be subverted and augmented in hand-made glass art.

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Collect: Spatial Reach
8 December 2017 - 7 January 2018

New Works by glass artist Brenden Scott French and furniture designer Rhys Cooper.

Seppeltsfield
JamFactory Icon Catherine Truman: no surface holds
16 December 2017 - 11 February 2018

No surface holds is the first time that Catherine Truman’s collaborative practice with artists and scientists has been presented as a whole. Truman presents an intriguing and diverse solo show of objects, installation, images and film including several brand new works spanning the 20 years of her research at the nexus of art and science.

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