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Setting up art printer

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Ah Xian

Ah Xian is a Chinese-Australian contemporary artist interested in the human body and how contemporary craft can make it meaningful. Ah Xian uses many different techniques and materials, based on ancient Chinese crafts skills, including porcelain, cloisonne, lacquer, jade, ox-bone inlay and bronze as well as concrete. His most recent work is a new body of bronze casts. Craft Australia asked Ah Xian about sustainability both in his contemporary art practice and for traditional Chinese craftsmanship as well as about the themes of urban displacement and cultural remembrance in his works.
Kathryn Wells
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See how to join clay!

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Art Open Day/s

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Art Club - making a coil pot

Watch the clip - then have a go yourself!

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Clay head clip



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Planes of the face

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Printer address for Art

the queue is \uwc\eastps\art_fx3370
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Drawing test

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Van Gogh was just one artist that liked to paint and draw shoes. Shoes have as much character as people and require a lot of skill to do well.
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