TAASA QLD TAASA QLD CERAMICS INTEREST GROUP Hidden Meanings in Chinese Art Tuesday 6 September, 7pm TAASA member Tee Beng Keng led 14 members on an exploration of hidden meanings in Chinese ceramics, embroidered silks and metalwork objects. Highlights included a group of Kangxi pieces with auspicious animals and ritual objects. – TAASA Review December 2016

UNLOCK THIS ARTICLE

This article was originally found in the December 2016 edition of TAASA Review (Volume 25, Issue 4, Page 28).

The full article is available for free to TAASA Members.

Register

or Login

Tee Beng Keng presents at the Qld ‘Hidden Meanings in Chinese Art’ event, watched by TAASA members Penny Bailey and Blair Toppenberg.

Photo: Mandy Ridley Ceramic exhibition openings and talks October 2016 In October, TAASA members enjoyed listening to Australian contemporary ceramicists Juz Kitson and Kirsten Coelho speak about their artistic practices while viewing shows of their recent works.

Both have undertaken residences abroad in recent times ­ Kirsten Coelho in Arita, Japan and Juz Kitson in Jingdezhen, China where she has a studio and workshop. On 8 October, at the opening of her exhibition You are here; right here, right now, Juz Kitson discussed her work with independent curator, Beth Jackson...