Connecting through clay with Jody Rallah

Collection of clay pieces on brown background

Connect through clay at ceramics workshop with Yuggera, Biri, and Warangu artist Jody Rallah.

An event that's fun for the whole family, learn to create your own unique ceramic vessels.

You will learn techniques such as:

  • pinch potting
  • sgraffito
  • embedding

This workshop is on the final day of the exhibition Heat, which features the works of contemporary artists who utilise air, sun and fire to create.

These sources of heat are essential for working with clay. Final workshop creations will be fired by Jody and returned to the gallery for participants to collect post-workshop.

"Clay is an Earth made material my Ancestors have used in various ways for thousands of years in cultural practice. Connecting with clay bodies is a way to connect with Country and yourself." - Jody Rallah

All materials are provided.

About the artist

Jody Rallah is a Yuggera, Biri, and Warangu person of the Brisbane and North Queensland regions.

She works with a variety of mediums and practices to forefront deep knowledge, narratives, and teachings embedded in place.

Jody enquires how the experience of place and materiality can affect relationships between people, and place throughout time.

The Regional Arts Development Fund is a partnership between the Queensland Government and Moreton Bay Regional Council to support local arts and culture in regional Queensland.

Image credit: Courtesy of Jody Rallah.

This event is part of Hot Hot Hot Festival - a summer celebration of arts and culture in Moreton Bay.


  • Saturday, 11 February 2023 | 01:30 PM - 03:30 PM


Redcliffe Art Gallery, 1 Irene St, Redcliffe 4020  View map

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