Jane Annois

Contact Details: Ph: 03 9844 2337 Mob: 0422 942 216
Email: jannois@bigpond.com Mail: PO Box 380 Warrandyte 3113

  • Background: Jane is a Ceramics practitioner and teacher who is currently teaching at Holmesglen TAFE.
  • Having worked as artist in residence in about 10 schools, creating ceramics projects, outdoor sculpture gardens etc., she has worked with students of all ages.
  • Jane organizes the Warrandyte Pottery Expo and pottery tours of France and school projects including whole courtyards, playgrounds, water features, sculptures, murals etc using Raku Clay & Pottery. Very experienced artist!

Jane Byrne

Contact Details: Ph: 03 9584 1634 Mob: 0401 091 273
Website: www.janebyrne.com.au

  • Background: Grad Dip, Fine Art, V.C.A
  • Grad Dip, Ceramics, Monash
  • Grad Dip, Teaching, Monash
  • Mentone Grammar 1998-2006
  • Artist in School
  • Art Camp
  • Any Location
  • Prep - Year 12

Debbie Qadri

Contact Details: Ph: 0424 479 475 | Email: debbieqadri@hotmail.com
Website: http://debbieharmanqadri.com
Resume: http://debbieharmanqadri.com/resume

  • Debbie has over twenty years experience as a professional Artist since completing her Art Degree in Tasmania. Cartooning, painting, and ceramics are her main mediums.
  • (Debbie exhibits using her Maiden name: Harman.)
  • Debbie has experience in teaching ceramics to all year levels and different community groups such as special education. She has carried out many projects in Kindergartens, Primary schools and Secondary Colleges. Debbie specialises in working with communities to make ceramic and mosaic murals. These projects can involve the whole community in making ceramic features which are included in the final artwork. Projects are always tailored to the needs of the community.
  • Preferred locations: West side of Melbourne city or 40 mins from the CBD

Daniel Robertson

Contact Details: Ph: 9878 8222 Fax: 9894 1804
Background: Daniel provides a unique experience that allows participants to write, draw and paint onto Classic Terracotta tiles.

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