23 July 2020
12:30 (GMT + 0)
From a Distance: The importance of a cultural experience and exchange of art education
Discussion on cultural awareness, individual practices and future plans.
Through international residencies, project networks, and exchange programmes initiated by the C&G programme, students have explored new ways of thinking, and approaches to making that have been a source of motivation and a spur to creativity. This discussion will look at the impact this has had on cultural awareness, individual practices and future plans.
Estimated Duration: 1 hour
Felicity Aylieff - Panelist
Felicity Aylieff is Senior Tutor in Ceramics & Glass and an artist of international standing, recognised for her research into large-scale ceramics. Working from her studio in Bath for more than three decades, she has more recently developed a collaborative relationship with factories in Jingdezhen, China, where she makes monumental pots. The surfaces of these pots explore contemporary translations of traditionally used techniques. Her work shows her passion for material and process through its use of colour, pattern and decorative techniques.
From a Distance: The Importance of a Cultural Experience and Exchange in Art Education with Professor Felicity Aylieff