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MA Ceramics 2019 | Sion Hill to Locksbrook

Some images from the show at Sion Hill below.

There are two upcoming exhibitions of selected MA Degree Show work, in the new Locksbrook Gallery, curated by a team of MA Curatorial Practice students.

Friday 11 October – Sunday 20 October

Friday 25 October – Sunday 03 November

Opening events:

Friday 11 October | 6:00 – 9:00 pm

Friday 25 October | 6:00 – 9:00 pm

All welcome.

 

Amy

Amy_2Amy Daniels

 

Chuck

Chuck_3Chen Li

 

Nicola

Nicola_2Nicola Lidstone

 

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Yixuan

Yixuan_4Yixuan Lu

 

 

Human Origami

Please see below from Professor Amanda Bayley – all MA students welcome.

Human OrigamiThe Folding Continuum of Human-Environmental Life

an introductory workshop and talk for staff , students & associates of the

Research Center for Environmental Humanities

& Creative Corporealities Research Group

with

Glenna Batson, ScD, PT, MA

visiting Fulbright Senior Specialist (USA)

Wednesday, 30th of October 2019 | 3 pm – 6 pm 

Newton Park Campus (Room tbc)

 

This workshop offers both a brief lecture on the origin of Batson’s creative process in developing Human Origami, and on its continuing fascination among bio-engineers, artists, architects, and ecologists. Where does human patterning belong in the pursuit of creative responses to deepening environmental concerns and crises? Human Origami is a form of improvisational movement based on the exploration of bodily folding. Folding is how we got here. It is our biological archive that exists deep within our consciousness as a rage for pattern making. From the origin of our embryonic form to the functional patterning of our bodies throughout life, folding emerges everywhere as a dynamic interface between the human and the non-human (material and natural) worlds.  Despite the artistry and ingenuity of Origami-based creations and applications, the human body does not fold like paper. What more can folding in the human body tell us? The processes underlying human bodily folding remain mysterious and unarticulated. Here, participants will have a chance to experience Human Origami and to raise questions around the human-environmental interface. Glenna will guide the group through a movement experience on folding, exploring this theme of interface. The movement structure is meditative. It is designed to heighten sensory awareness to the dimension of depth and texture that exists within this relationship between body and the surround. No movement training is necessary to participate. Discussion following the practice will focus on raising questions pertinent to current environmental queries.

 

Come join Glenna and deepen your appreciation for the eco-logic of the enfolded universe. All are welcome.

Collecting Craft at Holburne

Collecting Craft

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Bath’s Holburne Museum is exhibiting silver, textiles, ceramics, furniture and glass from the personal collection of crafts’ patron Charmian Adams, celebrating the role of the collector in supporting makers.

This display highlights a lifetime of collecting contemporary crafts including the best of British silver, textiles, ceramics, furniture and glass. Including many well-known makers such as Edmund de Waal and Lucie Rie often with a particular focus on early-career works, the display is a celebration of commissioning and supporting emerging makers and of the outstanding work produced by generations of British craftspeople

Until 1 September at Holburne Museum, Bath.

Jerwood Makers 2019

 

Jerwood Makers Open

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Five new commissions by early-career makers Lucie Gledhill, Abigail Booth and Max Bainbridge (Forest + Found), Mark Corfield-Moore, Tana West and Bethan Lloyd Worthington brought about through the biennial Jerwood Makers Open. Each artist combines a high level of technical skill with imagination and intellectual adventure, constituting a fresh and exciting direction in their work.

19 June – 18 August at Jerwood Space, London.