Alex Shabalala Originally from KwaZulu-Natal, Alex has always been interested in working with his hands. As a child, he made toys out of waste materials that he collected and played with clay. From Grade 7, he taught art at the Sbonokuhle Primary School and then at Mpophomeni, where he and friends had a studio called […]
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There was an amazing workshop on Saturday 14th October at Gordon Institute of Business Science for a demonstration by DRIP DRIP is a South African company founded by an architect and engineer who have realised the potential of 3D printing in the local industry. They have developed their own Ceramic 3D Printing upgrade kits that
We are delight to inform you that due to the dedication of our national chair, Gill Clark, we now have an agreement in place that gives all the fully paid members of Ceramics SA access to the prestigious and excellent international ceramic magazine, CERAMIC REVIEW. It took teamwork and and a concerted effort to make
Thank you everyone for coming to a3end the opening and award ceremony. I am Sonwabiso Ngcai fromGqeberha. I teach ceramics at Nelson Mandela University and I am also a ceramist. I am more of Fine artceramist, and I believe one will understand how this influenced my judging.However, my criteria was not separate from the one
Message from the CSA_WC Co-Chairs It seems that 2022 has been a turning point of some sort. Celebrating 50 years of existence has come with many learning opportunities and hosting the CSA Corobrik National Ceramics Biennale at 6 Spin Street gallery in Cape Town has been exciting and extremely onerous all at the same time.