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Greg and John Daly: In Conversation

Thu 7 March at 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm

Please join us for a conversation between Greg and John Daly in response to the exhibition, ‘A Maker’s Collection’.

Focusing on developments and changes in Australian ceramics over the last 50 years this discussion will cover approaches in technique, making, firing and the market. Greg and John will also discuss the history of Greg’s collection, its themes and what motivates a maker to collect.

Drawn from the collection of ceramicist Greg Daly, A Maker’s Collection is a rich display of more than 160 ceramics collected throughout Daly’s life, from 12th century Sung ceramics and 18th century French lustre work to contemporary ceramics from Australia, Japan, the United Kingdom, Europe, the United States, and New Zealand.

Greg Daly: A Maker’s Collection
26 January – 10 March 2024

Greg and John Daly: In Conversation Tickets, Thu 07/03/2024 at 5:30 pm | Eventbrite

Greg Daly is a ceramic artist, practising for 50 years. He is represented in over 90 national and international art galleries and museums around the world including the National Gallery of Australia; Victoria & Albert Museum, UK; American Museum of Ceramic Art, USA; Decorative Arts Museum, Prague; Stoke-on-Trent City Museum, UK; International Ceramics Studio collection, Kecskemét, Hungary; Icheon World Ceramic Centre, Korea; Saga Prefectural Art Gallery, Japan and National Gallery of Victoria, Australia.

As well as having over one hundred solo shows, since 1975 Greg has participated in over two hundred and fifty group exhibitions throughout Australia and twenty-three countries. He has been a member of the International Academy of Ceramics (Geneva) since 1986.

John Daly is a ceramic artist based in Central West NSW. Having grown up with two potter parents, Greg Daly and Catherine Bennett, John spent his formative years testing glazes and building kilns.

After completing a Bachelor of Science (Honours), majoring in Geology and Environmental Science, John has returned to the studio armed with a greater knowledge of glaze forming minerals.



Thu 7 March
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Event Category:


Local government area
Visual arts, Ceramics / Pottery


Orange Regional Gallery
149 Byng Street
Orange, NSW 2800 Australia
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