Bernard Kerr is a WA-based practicing artist, largely working in the field of ceramics. An active contributor to the visual arts, craft and education sectors, Bernard exhibits regularly and is an experienced specialist in the International Baccalaureate. He has been the Curriculum Leader for the Arts and Coordinator for Theory of Knowledge at Scotch College in Perth, Western Australia and the Director of Teaching and Learning and Coordinator, Middle School at Binus School, Jakarta, Indonesia. Bernard also works for the International Baccalaureate as a Field Representative and Workshop Leader in Visual Arts and Theory of Knowledge. Currently he is working in the Technical and Further Education sector, specialising in Ceramics. He also runs his own educational consultancy in Perth. Bernard will speak at Craft-Re-Work about the international ceramic exchange that saw Tamil ceramicist Kasirajan Subbaiah come to share the tradition of making terracotta horses, for the Habits of Horses community art event in Midland and Mundaring in 2017.