Established in 1973 in Adelaide, JamFactory supports and promotes craft and design through its studios, galleries and shops. Located in Adelaide’s West End Creative Precinct, with a secondary site at Seppeltsfield in the Barossa Valley, JamFactory is a not-for-profit organisation supported by the South Australian Government.
JamFactory’s four studios – Ceramics, Glass, Furniture, and Jewellery and Metal – provide a skills and business associate program for artists and designers, as well as independent studio spaces for some of Australia’s emerging creative talent. Its exhibition and retail spaces showcase contemporary Australian craft practice and offer a range of collectible craft and design. JamFactory also works with like-minded organisations, architects and designers to design and manufacture bespoke elements for specialty commissions and projects.
For the Melbourne Design Fair, JamFactory presents works by Connie Augoustinos, Clare Belfrage, Selinda Davidson, Liam Fleming, Susan Frost, Calum Hurley, Ayano Yoshizumi, Duncan Young and Noah Hartley.