Media In the press The Design Files Studio Visit – “The Magazine Editor Turned Ceramicist Using Clay As Therapy” Domain “At home with comedian-turned-design enthusiast Tim Ross” Clay – Finding Art in Contemporary Australian Ceramics “Melbourne-based emerging ceramicist Cassie Hansen uses the concept of the functional vessel yet in a style akin to Bauhaus: the functionality feeds into a piece of art.” Announcing the 2020 The Design Files Design Awards Finalists I have been named a finalist in the “Emerging Designer” category Women in Design “A master craftsman/woman to me is someone who has dedicated their life to their chosen craft and celebrates it in every aspect of their designs.” This can be seen through the incredible sculptures of Cassie Hansen who transforms clay into mini vignettes of architectural designs. Domain Living “Australian made: Meet the emerging creatives leading the way in design” House & Garden Australia (August 2020 issue) At home with photographer Shannon McGrath. Styling by Swee Design. Celebrating creativity in all its forms “I believe in Australia we punch above our weight creatively, and this year’s entrants show the future is bright with creatives like furniture designer James Howe and ceramicist Cassie Hansen shortlisted.” Darling Street by JCB Architects and Hecker Guthrie My ceramics in the home of photographer Shannon McGrath. Styling by Swee Design. Keep Your Eyes On These 8 Emerging Makers “It’s easy to see the influences [Cassie has] absorbed from all those years of covering excellent architecture, elements of which she translates brilliantly to her pieces.” Also: • Bed Threads “10 Exciting Australian Ceramicists of 2021”• Green magazine “Issue 77: Upfront”• TwoFourNine “Maker Profile: Cassie Hansen”• Civil Dawn Studio “Poetics of Space with Cassie Hansen“ Essays Houses magazine My review of An Idea Needing to Be Made, an exhibition of ceramics held at Melbourne’s Heide Museum of Modern Art in 2019. Craft Victoria My catalogue essay for Craft Victoria’s Fireflow exhibition (2021), presenting the works of five contemporary artists working with glass and demonstrating new thinking and approaches to the medium.