Exhibitions
JamFactory
Adelaide


 

JamFactory’s two main gallery spaces in Adelaide showcase a series of curated exhibitions featuring a cross section of local, national and international contemporary craft and design practice from established and emerging artists, designers and craftspeople.

Our Collect exhibition series featured in the front window of the retail shop presents work for the contemporary collector.




Coming Up

 

19 Morphett St
Adelaide
South Australia

Open 7 Days
10.00am – 5.00pm

Open Public Holidays
10.00am – 5.00pm.
Closed Christmas Day,
Boxing Day, New Year’s
Day and Good Friday

 
 
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Coming Up:
Gallery One


Dates:
26 July - 22 September

Location:
JamFactory Adelaide

Curated by:
Margaret Hancock Davis

Public Program:
Artist Talk // Sat 24 August

 

JamFactory Icon 2019 Angela Valamanesh:
About being here

JamFactory’s Icon celebrates the achievements of South Australia’s most influential artists working in craft-based media. Inspired by the symbiosis between science and poetry Angela Valamanesh’s art works elicits intrigue and a strong sense of personal investigation, as she manipulates seemingly familiar botanical and parasitic forms in beguiling and unusual ways. Primarily known for her biomorphic ceramic sculpture, this exhibition also celebrates the artist’s evocative drawings, watercolours, and mixed media works from her developing style of the late 1990s until present.

This exhibition premieres in Adelaide before touring nationally.

 
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Angela Valamanesh, BHG #2, 2006. Photo: courtesy the artist.

 
 
 

Coming Up:
Collect


Dates:
26 July - 25 August

Location:
JamFactory Adelaide

 

From Left Field

The Production Managers from JamFactory’s glass, ceramics, metal and furniture studios are accomplished artists and designers in their own right. This exhibition showcases their personal work and the collaborative opportunities that result from working in a creative hub.

 
 
 
 
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Alice Potter, It's About The Drop, 2019. Photo: courtesy the artist.