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Dr Julie Bartholomew

Ecology and Ceramics

The Journal of Australian Ceramics, 52/1, 2013


While recently viewing the documentary Chasing Ice, I experienced the extreme emotional states of being uplifted and then utterly disheartened.

Dr Julie Bartholomew

Beautiful Intent

Ceramics: Art & Perception, No 90, 2012


During recent decades, art that draws upon an aesthetic language of beauty has been associated with dispair-aging criticism in contemporary art practice and Postmodern art theory.

Dr Julie Bartholomew

Chen Guanghui (China)

The Journal of Australian Ceramics, Vol 52 No 3, pp. 32-33, 2009


Chen Guanghui
Associate Professor of Ceramics Shanghai University

Dr Julie Bartholomew

Global Markings

Catalogue essay, Jam Factory, 2009


My studio practice is based upon a long-term interest in bodies as a site for the expression of sociaI and culturaI change.

Dr Julie Bartholomew

Takeshi Yasuda (Japan)

The Journal of Australian Ceramics, Vol 52 No 3, pp. 22-23, 2009


'History' is a contemporary view of the past. In a strict sense you cannot call history a science.

Dr Julie Bartholomew

Ying-Yueh Chuang

The Journal of Australian Ceramics, Vol 52 No 3, pp. 34-35, 2009


The conceptual aspects of my installations tend to flow f rom the work itself, rather than the other way around ...

Dr Julie Bartholomew

The Portage Ceramic Awards New Zealand

Published in the Portage Ceramics Award Catalogue, 2004


Objects of utility saturate our daily lives yet we continue to pursue titillation by purchasing or
making more.

Dr Julie Bartholomew

Material Deceptions, an exhibition by Nicole Lister

Pottery in Australia, 40/4, 2001


Material Deceptions is a recent exhibition of Nicole Lister’s work at the Object
galleries, Customs House, Circular Quay in Sydney.

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