JamFactory ICON Jessica Loughlin: of light
Jessica Loughlin, cerulean cycles, 2021, kilnformed and cold worked glass, 490 x 3540 x 30 mm (10 pieces, installed). Photographer: Grant Hancock.
JamFactory ICON Jessica Loughlin: of light is a JamFactory touring exhibition assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding and advisory board. Jessica Loughlin acknowledges the support of the Department of the Premier and Cabinet through an Arts South Australia Grant.
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