22 July 2020
12:30 (GMT + 0)
Beyond expectations: Exploring a diversity in practice through teaching
The spirit behind the C&G programme is the transformative powers of material thinking. This discussion looks at how the different approaches to teaching have supported and encouraged students to locate themselves within the contemporary art and craft debate, understanding the potential of a diverse practice with a global perspective.
School of Arts & Humanities
Ceramics & Glass (MA)
Estimated Duration: 1 hour
Irina Razumovskaya - Panelist
Irina Razumovskaya is a ceramic artist and painter. Her relationship with art was formed in her early childhood: from the age of five, she followed art and history classes at the Hermitage Museum in her hometown St. Petersburg. Another strong influence came from studying ancient languages and archaeology. This led to a love for ceramic objects of bygone eras, the classical architecture and culture. Irina tries to see herself as a maker with similar sensibilities to those of craftsmen and artists of bygone eras.
Beyond Expectations: Exploring a Diversity in Practice through Teaching with Irina Razumovskaya and Ceramics & Glass Graduates