Winner $10,000 - Prue Venables - Black Oval Vessel & Spoon
Peoples' Choice Award - Belinda Winkler - Darkening #6
Recognition awards for high quality work
Full Parallel Productions Award - Belinda Winkler - Darkening #6
Walkers Ceramics Award - Maree Santilla - The Velveteen Rabbit
Potters Equipment Award - Kirk Winter - Thinking of Echizen and Onggi at the Bombala Monastry
The winner of the 2013 Clunes Ceramic Award was Dean Smith for his work, Autumn Frost II.
Emerging Artist's Awards were presented to:
Sarah Hudson for her work Twin Bead Necklace Series in Black
Keiko Matsui for Mother and Child and
Maria Chatzinikolaki for Fibril.
The winner of the 2011 Clunes Ceramic Award was Phil Elson for his work, In the Shadow of Gehry's Golden Fish. Phil Elson's work was be acquired by the Castlemaine Art Gallery and Historical Museum for the Permanent Collection.
A High Commendation was presented to Irianna Kanellopoulou for her works Berry Boy and The General.
Emerging Artist's Awards were presented to Ruby Pilven for her work Confinement (Archive), Leanne Barbaro for Innner Peace and Cinda Stevens for her work Floe. The work of Cinda Stevens and Leanne Barbaro will also be acquired by the Art Gallery of Ballarat for the Permanent Collection.
The People's Choice Award winner is Sophy Blake for her work Conversations.
The winner of the 2010 Clunes Ceramic Award was Neville French for his work, Mungo light 3.
Neville French's work was be acquired by the Ballarat Art Gallery for the Permanent Collection.
A High Commendation was presented to Phil Elson for his work, In the Brooding Colours of the Late Afternoon Across the Basque
Emerging Artist's Awards were presented to Amy Kennedy for her work Vibration Series and to Jane Watson for Lost and Found.
The People's Choice Award winner is Kim-Anh Nguyen for her work, Spinifex Family.