Lecture/ demonstration CSG
Studio practice of Contemporary Hagi Potters
February 21, 10-4pm
Epping Creative Centre - 25 Stanley Rd, Epping

Participating in Skepsi Gallery, Wood Fired Ceramics - tribute to Peter Rushforth
May 14 - 29
Montsalvat Gallery - 7 Hillcrest  Ave, Eltham Victoria

Curating wood fire exhibition 'Connect' with members of my firing team.
May 4 - 15
Incinerator Art Space - 2 Small St, Willoughby

Open Studio as part of national event ACOS Australian Ceramics Open Studios
August 20 - 21, 10-5pm
12 Balfour St Wollstonecraft

As an Australian ceramic artist my practice engages with landscape as a source of inspiration, whilst the anagama process provides my aesthetic framework. My making and firing are a reflection of the processes of nature, sometimes life giving, sometimes destructive. The outcome is not just a happy accident, though chance does play some part in the firing. It is the result of the inherent synergies of the making and firing processes informed by my conceptual framework and a desire to achieve a unique personal aesthetic.

‘The practice of Barbara Campbell-Allen over the last three decades reveals the evolution of an individual aesthetic which is formed and informed by an abiding connection with the creative possibilities of earth and fire.’
Trisha Dean ‘All that Is Solid’ Craft Arts International 76, 2009

Barbara Campbell-Allen - An Australian Landscape Narrative

This video was developed for The Australian Ceramic Association  film festival that was part of the Australian Ceramic Triennial 'Stepping Up' , that was held in Canberra July 2015.