Studio Sale 2016


I am excited to let you know about my studio sale!

I’ll be around at 184 Christmas St, Fairfield, on Friday 2nd December 4-8pm and Saturday 3rd December 11am-4pm, and so will great art, drinks and hopefully some sunshine!
I’ll have various bits and pieces for sale, including some work which has visited Tasmania for the Hobart City Art Prize.
Please feel free to bring friends, or share this weblink should the mood take you!
For queries please email

Collaboration with Peter Waples-Crowe and Ingrid Tufts


Peter Waples-Crowe directed this project, “Dingo Spirit”, which I assisted with, and the piece has been produced in 7 amazing colours by Ingrid Tufts. Craft Victoria commissioned this wonderful piece, and it is available to buy through them instore only (31 Flinders Lane) for another week or so, then it will be available here:

“This Charming Man”

This Charming Man is an exhibition of functional ceramic vessels, including whisky, wine, coffee and tea cups, as well as experimental sculptural work investigating the complexities of an overwhelmingly ‘masculine’ sports culture within Australia.

Artist Katie Jacobs has contrasted traits typically valued within sports, such as “Hard” or “Tough”, with sentiments such as “Fallible” or “Gentle”, which she thinks are equally as manly. These are inscribed on ceramic trophies and garden planters. Some trophies list hyper-specific achievements, like “Adept With Power Tools”, or “Awesome at Sleeping”.

Jacobs has also hand-made tributes to mass-produced “World’s Greatest Dad” or “Gone Fishing” mugs, as well as a series of tasteful whisky and wine tumblers.

This Charming Man is on display at Corner Store Merchants, an amazing store with its very own gallery at 220 Barker Street, Castlemaine, 3450, Victoria. Corner Store Merchants is open Tuesday to Friday 10am – 5pm, Saturday 10am -4pm. Up until September 23rd.

This Charming Man, Katie Jacobs Exhibition Promo Shot 2016


Exhibition opening August 4th

Trophy Image for Di Mase

No Such Thing as Social Sport

Window Exhibition by Artist Katie Jacobs

Opens 4th August – runs to 1st September

Anthony DiMase Architects

342 St Georges Road, North Fitzroy

Melbourne, Victoria, 3068

Katie Jacobs is a ceramicist/artist/designer from Melbourne, Australia, who is inspired by various obsessions with popular culture, iconography and the Australian identity. Through her artwork, she investigates this creation of cultural, national and social identity through the broad use of the narrative.

“No Such Thing as Social Sport” investigates the sporting rituals of Australia, revealing a cultural obsession that borders on fetishistic. Katie’s father once broke a low-hanging light while cheering for an Essendon victory goal.

For this exhibition, she has focussed on collecting sporting language and sayings used by sports fans, commentators and players. Katie’s indoor soccer teammate Alex once told her in no uncertain terms, that there’s “No Such Thing as Social Sport”. She uses the vehicle of the trophy – a symbol of sporting achievement – to highlight invisible structures underlying sports culture, revealing what sentiments we value within and beyond this arena.