Apply for a stand at the 2023 Pottery Expo
Saturday - Sunday February 25th & 26th
The Pottery Expo at Warrandyte is an outdoor event on the banks of the Yarra River in Warrandyte, 25 kms north-east of Melbourne. We encourage studio potters from around Australia and overseas to apply to exhibit.
Studio potters need to apply in the online form below.
The deadlines are noted in “Application Information for Exhibitors” below.
We require 3 high quality images of work intended for exhibition at the Expo and a "head shot" image of the potter in their studio. High resolution jpeg files 300dpi Between 1 to 5 MB. The images are intended for use in our publicity campaign and on our website so a consistent background with crisp focus will best support your application. Blurry photos with complex or conflicting back grounds will not be used.
A selection panel of professional ceramic artists along with the organizers will select the exhibitors.
As we have more potters than places, unfortunately not everyone can participate each year, but we will consider each potter’s application for the quality, innovation and skill of their work.
Please read our Terms and Conditions before proceeding to the application. Terms and Conditions
Application Information for Exhibitors
Deadline for all applications is Friday October 14th
Applicants will be notified by 30th October of their acceptance or otherwise.
Deadline to confirm acceptance and payment of exhibitor fee is 14th November.
Stand for individual potters $300
Insurance: The Pottery Expo takes out public liability of $20,000,000 for the exhibitors at the event.
The Warrandyte Community market offers an award of $500 for the Michael Hallam INCA Award- for innovative contemporary ceramics
The Lions Club will present an award for $300 for the best presented stand.
There will be a ‘Potters Prize’ a peer selected award to the favourite 2023 potter
Each exhibitor needs to provide their own marquee/ shelter of 3m x 3m
Stands will be outdoors, on the grass, there will be some uneven ground. You will need to bring chocs.
There will be food and coffee on site and live music.
There will be a ‘Cups to Go” stand next to the coffee, where every exhibitor can sell cups. Volunteers will run this stand.