The 1st International Paperclay Symposium was held at the ICS in August 2004.

This international ceramic workshop featured acknowledged masters using paper and fibre clay from 13 countries.
9th - 30th August, 2004

This important gathering featured some of the worlds leading paperclay artists.

During the three week syposium, workshop participants created new works, shared information and learned new techniques through the formal and informal sessions, discussed the advances and developments in this relatively new and expanding field of ceramics through the series of slide shows and lectures from all the participants.

The workshop culminated in an exhibition of the work created during the symposium in the Museum of the International Ceramics Studio.

The International Ceramics Studio gratefully acknowledge the financial assistance and sponsorship of the following

ArtsWA (Dept for the Arts) and Government of Western Australia for financial support for Graham Hay

Click here to see images taken during the symposium

Click on each artists name to see their work during the symposium

Graham Hay (Australia)
Rosette Gault (USA)
Pirjo Personen (Finland)
Margit Gerle (Hungary)
Sandra Torres (Mexico)
Jiri Lonsky (USA)
Jerry Bennett (USA)
Krittiya Chunhashevachlok (Thailand)
Astrid Heimer (Norway)
Tina Neale (UK)
Malene Pedersen (Denmark)
Gabriella Kuzsel (Hungary)
Anjani Khanna (India)
Maria Gelabert Tana (Spain)
Laszlo Horvath (Hungary)
Julia Nema (Hungary)
N. Csehi Edit (Hungary)
Kornelia Janisch (Hungary)
Elisabeth LeRetif (France)

Graham Hay Paperclay Demonstration
Graham gave a demonstration of the various techniques he employs in his work.
click here to see the images

Wednesday 18th August 2004
featured a day of slide talks, lectures and demonstrations by some of the participants of the symposium.
click here to see the images

Read about Paperclay on these artist's websites - follow the links
Graham Hay
Brian Gartside

Jerry Bennett
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