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'Decadent enough for Marie Antoinette to eat': A selection of works from NSW artist Ebony Russell's 'Over the top' series of porcelain candelabras and vases.
Visual Art

Ceramica Maxima: ‘More is more and less is a bore’

Echoing the joie de vivre of grape harvest and Barossa’s recent harvest festival, JamFactory at Seppeltsfield’s current exhibition fizzes over with the uninhibited vigour of more than 80 ceramic pieces by nine contemporary Australian artists.

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In-House exhibition opening

Guests attended the opening of In-House, UniSA’s fourth biennial research exhibition, held at the JamFactory.

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Generate 2020 exhibition

Guests attended Generate 2020, the final curated exhibition by the last cohort of artists and designers to complete the two-year JamFactory Associate program.

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Welcome to Tom Moore’s world of Abundant Wonder

JamFactory’s new Icon series exhibition invites you into the wonderfully weird world of Adelaide glass artist Tom Moore – a place full of fanciful hybridised animal-plant creations ranging from a Flaming Stegosaurus to a trio of kookaburra-inspired Hooligans.