The Melbourne Teapot Exhibition
2 - 31 August 2019
The Melbourne Teapot Exhibition 2019
2 - 31 August 2019
Stonehouse Gallery in Warrandyte is pleased to present The Melbourne Teapot Exhibition 2019. This spectacular and popular Annual Teapot Exhibition features both functional and non functional sections in diverse creative disciplines.
Now in its 14th year, The Melbourne Teapot Exhibition gives artists and makers of diverse disciplines the opportunity to explore and interpret the teapot form within their individual field of expertise and materials.
Makers and Artists from all over Victoria and Australia participate in this fabulous teapot exhibition. The many visitors and collectors who visit the exhibition delight in the fun range of quirky, funky, crazy teapots made in a variety of materials and also the well designed practical teapots.
All entries are able to be purchased.
The exhibition aims to encourage artists and makers to excel in their creativity and offers awards in cash and vouchers to the value of over $2000.
There are seven awards;
Excellence In Design - Functional
Excellence In Design - Non Functional
Highly Commended - Functional
Highly Commended - Non Functional
Encouragement Award - Functional
Encouragement Award - Non Functional
Peoples Choice Award
Anna Maas - Director of Skepsi Gallery
Penny Cearns - A Founding member of Stonehouse
Teapot by Mary-Lou Pittard
EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST
THE MELBOURNE TEAPOT EXHIBITION
2 – 31 August 2019
Stonehouse Gallery in Warrandyte is inviting artists to enter this event.
The Melbourne Teapot Exhibition consists of 2 sections:
Functional and Non-Functional Teapots,
utilising any medium.
If you are interested in participating in The Melbourne Teapot Exhibition at Stonehouse Gallery Warrandyte, could you please send an e-mail with your name, address and phone number to
30th June 2019
Stonehouse Gallery is looking forward to receiving artists’ " Expressions of Interest" to begin the 2019 creation of The Melbourne Teapot Exhibition.
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Coordinator: Sue Trevillian