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Irises platter hand painted by Judith Standing


APAT Western Australia is a not-for-profit association and affiliated member of the Australasian Porcelain Art Teachers Association.


A not-for-profit organisation, it was formed in 1967 to support teachers of china painting in Western Australia. Its mission is to foster closer relationships between teachers and to hold working exhibitions aimed at producing higher standards, the adoption of new products and techniques and to generally improve the art of porcelain painting.


Having an active committee, APAT WA holds regular meetings, publishes six newsletters per year, organises porcelain painting workshops and holds exhibitions and sales of work including their bi-annual regional exhibition.


APAT WA welcomes enquiries regarding membership - full, associate and 'Friends' of APAT. For more information see the About Page or Contact Us.


shown above Irises Platter by Judith Standing






APAT WA July Workshop with Dee Credaro

Busselton artist Dee Credaro will hold a two-day workshop in Perth on 23rd and 24th July, titled 'Two Days, Two Plates, Two Firings, Too Easy'. For further details and information on how to book go to the News Page..


PAWA 'Art Deco' inspired Exhibition

Read article and see photos from the May 2022 PAWA annual exhibition and sale of work - visit the News Page..


APAT WA 2022 Exhibition - 'Petals & Fur - Local Australiana'

The Australasian Porcelain Art Teachers of WA will hold its 2022 Exhibition and sale of work in Busselton WA from 26th November to 4th December this year. The theme for the exhibition is 'Petals and Fur - Local Australian'. For more information visit the News Page..

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Three-day Workshop - Silhouettes

See report and photos from the three day workshop - 'Silhouettes' with artist Anne Blake. For article see News Page plus for more comment and photos visit the special workshop news page.


For other news and events visit the News Page.




July 23 & 24 APAT WA Workshop - 'Two Days, Two Plates, Two Firings, Too Easy' with Dee Credaro. See News Page for details.
August 6th APAT WA
General Meeting
7th to 10th
APAT 18th Australasian Exhibition & Convention, Melbourne Victoria
For details visit Calendar and Events Page

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