Stephanie Outridge Field is a committed hand builder who has concentrated on large scale public tile projects involving community and cultural development agencies. She enjoys the technical challenge of working with people of various ages, skill levels and abilities to produce unique permanent art works that build joy as well as capacity. Stephanie likes nothing better than everybody bursting into applause when a project is unveiled. Stephanie loves talking, teaching and anything clay.
Jill Cuthbertson’s 25 years as a TAFE teacher in the ceramics area has helped hone her skills in all facets of ceramics and teaching. Her passion is narrative sculpture. As a teacher her greatest joy is imparting knowledge and skills to help students reach their goals. Jill says “The look of elation when they realize ‘I have actually done it’ is fantastic to see.” Jill enjoys working with the diversity of talents and experiences to make it happen for each and every individual.
Ronelle Clarke's practice includes ceramics and works on paper. In recent years her work has been largely autobiographical and narrative in nature as she explores every day issues that everyone will relate to. She has been involved with ceramics in one form or another since leaving school and has developed a wide range of skills and practical knowledge that she enjoys sharing with others. Ronelle believes clay is addictive and there is always more to discover. After a 30 year career teaching Ceramics and Visual Arts with in TAFE QLD she now has the time to give some specialist workshops as well as concentrate on her own practice.