COFA Talks Online
Design Week - Jacqueline Clayton: Ceramics and Sustainability
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Jacqueline comments on the various sustainability issues which the ceramics industry in Australia currently faces and looks at what can be done to try and tackle some of these challenges.
Jacqueline Clayton is a presiding member at COFA and the Co-ordinator of Ceramics at the School of Design Studies. She is an installation artist, and her various installations such as 'Artists in the House' at Elizabeth Bay House referenced women's issues through colonial family histories like the Macleays of Macleay Museum.
This interview was filmed on Wednesday August 28th, 2011 as part of the COFA's Design Week Festival.