‘Glue Bats and Tissue Paper’- exhibition, Aberystwyth Arts Centre, Ceramic Gallery, 07/09-08/12/2019

Printed ceramics from the University’s Ceramic Collection

Included are works by Paul Scott, Bouke de Vries, Lowri Davies, Vicky Shaw, Eric Ravilious , Sun Ae Kim, Stephen Dixon & others. Please check the Arts Centre diary or see www.ceramics-aberystwyth.com for notifications of talks and events.

4. French Talk – Follow-up

PrintREbelsPoster_webHello all,

Marie and I hope you had a great time at the last ‘French Talk’ back in May. As usual, you can download the text here.

We will announce the date for the next ‘French Talk’ as soon as possible, but can already tell you that it will probably be at the end of August when most people (including us) are likely to be back from the summer holidays.

Have a lovely weekend and enjoy the sunshine!

À bientôt,

Marie et Karen

PS: Please remember not to use/distribute any images included in the attachment without checking the copyrights.

9. German Talk Follow-up

ClassROM_POSTERwebHello all,

I hope that those of you who attended yesterday’s talk enjoyed the exhibitions and the stories about Greek gods, heroes, satyrs, nymphs and the odd abandoned princess.

For those who couldn’t make it or didn’t pick up a copy of the text and exercises yesterday, you can download and print them off for free here. Please remember that any included images are copyrighted.

I will publish the date for the next talk as soon as possible. I can already tell you that it will be towards the end of August.

Ich wünsche euch eine schöne Sommerzeit!

Bis bald,

Karen

Free lunchtime curator’s talks: ‘Wales and the Modern Movements Revisited’, School of Art Gallery, July & August 2019

MODMVtSposter_FINAL2Monday 29 July

12.30pm (Cymraeg / Welsh)

1.00pm (Saesneg / English)

Monday 5 August

12.30pm (Cymraeg/Welsh)

1.00pm (Saesneg/English)

‘Wales and the Modern Movements Revisited’ looks back at an exhibition – ‘Wales and the Modern Movements’ held at Aberystwyth University in 1973 – which set out to interpret the events in twentieth century art through the works of artists working in Wales. The exhibition draws on the collection of the School of Art and the National Library of Wales to offer a snapshot of modern art practice in Wales throughout the last century.