Border Clay Trail opens studio doors to the Tweed again in 2023
Residents and visitors of the Tweed region are invited to explore the talents of over 23 local ceramic artists on Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th November 2023 as part of the third annual open studio weekend presented by Clay Without Borders Inc. The ‘Border Clay Trail’ this year will again run in conjunction with the Open Studio event held by The Australian Ceramics Association.
The ‘Border Clay Trail’ event encourages art-lovers to have a behind-the-scenes look into 12 homes and studios of ceramic artists across the scenic Tweed Valley region, with the trail extending from Pottsville to Kingscliff and beyond to Murwillumbah and surrounding areas.
Ceramic artworks on show, and available for purchase, include hand-built and wheel thrown functional table décor and dinnerware, contemporary structural forms, whimsical sculptures, distinctive jewellery, and traditional ceramic works using a range of decorative techniques and firing forms.
Founded on artistic inclusivity and skill sharing, Clay Without Borders Inc. instigated the ‘Border Clay Trail’ as an opportunity to celebrate connection, community, and ceramics. You will be presented with unique, one-of-a-kind creations that showcase the beauty of the Tweed region, created by passionate artists eager to share their ceramic journey and introduce you to the wide range of possibilities clay has to offer. You will see why working with clay really has no borders.
For a copy of the program visit Instagram @claywithoutborders (link in bio) or grab a printed copy at a local outlet.
About Clay Without Borders Inc.
Clay without Borders Inc. was born out of a desire to connect like-minded people who love working with clay and promote local artisans in the Tweed Local government area and surrounds. Connecting clay creators along the New South Wales and Queensland border, Clay without Borders unites members with a deep passion for artistic inclusivity, skill sharing and community engagement.