Free 2hr Parking with Disabled Access
2min walk from Jubilee Park Lightrail Station
Sydney Ceramics Market is set to uncover new talent as well as hosting independent practitioners with decades of experience. Meet, support and get inspired by local Sydney & NSW ceramicists on Sunday 6th November.
Located within the Tramsheds complex and transformed to an accessible and sustainable community venue, Harold Park Community Hall is the perfect location for Sydney Ceramics Market’s debut. With plenty of food and beverage options onsite, we love Tramsheds for its relaxed vibe and community spirit.
We strongly recommend catching public transport on the day, with Tramsheds only 100m stroll from Jubilee Park Lightrail Station + regular surrounding Bus links. There’s also accessible parking, an internal lift & ambulant toilets. Onsite parking is free for 2hrs + surrounding street parking, but Sunday’s are busy so plan ahead!Get Directions
Through the Sydney Ceramics Market, we want to celebrate and bring together an array of local artists and makers. Sydney’s ceramic scene has been growing steadily over the last two decades — with a new renaissance of artists and makers creating exciting and dynamic clay-based works.
We cherish and use handmade pieces and objects in our own homes that we’ve collected over time, from mugs and tableware, to colourful sculptural pieces that all bring joy and character.
Noticing a gap in Sydney’s celebration of ceramics, we were inspired to create Sydney Ceramics Market to bolster the wide range of incredible ceramic work we’ve fallen in love with.
We hope you’ll join us for our debut event, to meet and support local independent Sydney & NSW makers, and take home something you love.
Save the date! Sunday 6th November 2022, at Harold Park Community Hall at Tramsheds, Sydney — it is an accessible venue and there’s lots of great food on site, including Messina ice cream!
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