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JamFactory: Seppeltsfield

JamFactory supports and promotes outstanding design and craftsmanship through its widely acclaimed studios, galleries and shops. A unique not-for-profit organisation located in the Adelaide city centre and Seppeltsfield in the Barossa, JamFactory is supported by the South Australian Government and recognised nationally and internationally as a centre for excellence.

For over 40 years JamFactory has been presenting outstanding exhibitions and public programs and nurturing the careers of talented artists, craftspeople and designers.

The Seppeltsfield site is a creative hub for contemporary craft and design in the Barossa, with a unique regional focus. Housed in the estate’s architecturally restored historic horse stables, JamFactory at Seppeltsfield provides an exhibition space, shop and studio spaces for local artisans, from knife making, ceramics, and millinery, to glass and leather.

JamFactory: Seppeltsfield

730 Seppeltsfield Road, Seppeltsfield SA, Australia

08 8562 8149

amfactory.com.au

Open Daily 11am—5pm.

JamFactory: Seppeltsfield

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