AX Ceramics Centre
AX’s ceramics centre has everything needed to provide professional level workshops to Sussex and surrounding areas, host the AX Emerging Artist in Residence Program, and serve as AX’s Ceramics Centre Coordinator’s and Emerging Artist’s individual studios. The centre is also equipped with two new ConeArt electric kilns with a full ventilation system, two Shimpo VL Whisper pottery wheels, a slab roller and spray booth, drying racks and ware carts, 5’x5′ work table with storage, two 2.5’x5′ work tables, a sink with a sink trap, and storage.
AX’s previous Ceramics Centre Coordinator, Matt Cripps, takes you on a virtual tour of the studio, demonstrating the various equipment and toold used to create a piece of pottery from start to finish.
AX Emerging Artist in Residence
The AX Emerging Artist Residency is a short-term residency designed to support Canadian artists who have finished their formal training or can show equivalent experience and are now looking to take the next steps forward in their artistic careers.
AX seeks proposals on an ongoing basis. Read more about the AX Emerging Artist in Residence Program at the link below, before submitting your application for consideration.
Thanks to the RBC Foundation’s Emerging Artists Project for making it possible for us to launch the AX Emerging Artist Program at our new ceramics centre. And thank you to the Haynes-Connell Foundation, Allison and Clare McCain, Frank McKenna, and Lee Danisch for their ongoing financial support for the AX ceramics centre.
Thank you also to the Sheila Hugh MacKay Foundation for their generous support. Because of the foundation’s Signature Technology Grant, AX has been able to develop digital outreach programming during the pandemic.