The Winter Show 2020 – Creative Arts and Interdisciplinary Practice – Online Student Exhibition – 16th December 2020 – 1.00pm till 8.00pm

Students from Creative Arts and Fine Art taking the Interdisciplinary Practice module at Aberystwyth University will be showing work they have made over the 11 week semester in response to the theme/topic/concept: Nature. Their diverse responses will be presented as pre- recorded films, live interactive workshops and live performances. You are welcome to drop in and out of the zoom webinar event and to contribute feedback and responses via the chat. The event will open and finish with a live full panel Q&A discussion which you are welcome to join.

A link to the zoom webinar event is on the Creative Arts Online Studio:

https://creativeartsaberystwyth.university

The event will also be streamed live on the facebook page:

https://www.facebook.com/wintershow2020

You can find the exhibition programme on the Creative Arts Online Studio:

You can view each students creative development over the semester on the Creative Arts Online Studio:

Ceramics Collection in Focus: Ceramics created by Black artists./ Craffu ar y Casgliad Crochenwaith: Crochenwaith a grëwyd gan Artistiaid Duon.

Glazed stoneware pot, Ladi Kwali, measurements: 34.5cm high, catalogue number: C1411

For #BlackHistoryMonth 2020 we take a look at the ceramics in the Collection made by Black ceramicists. These include works produced in Africa, works by African makers who came to live in Britain, and works by artists who came to demonstrate at the International Ceramics Festivals.

Ym #MisHanesPoblDduon 2020 edrychwn ar grochenwaith yn y Casgliad a wnaed gan grochenyddion duon. Maent yn cynnwys gwaith a wnaed yn Affrica, gwaith gan wneuthurwyr Affricanaidd a ddaeth i fyw ym Mhrydain, a darnau gan artistiaid a ddaeth i ddangos eu gwaith yn y Gwyliau Serameg Rhyngwladol.

https://ceramics-aberystwyth.com/exh…/black-history-month/

15. (Digital) German Talk – Eine Reise auf dem Nil (A Journey on the Nile)

Dear German Talkers,

I hope you all had a lovely summer – despite the on-going situation.

Given that many of us are currently not able or prefer not to go on any trips, I thought I might take you on a virtual journey on the river Nile in this talk. I came across a variety of 19th century photographs of Egypt in our School of Art collection and, as I did a wonderful Nile cruise myself years ago, thought it might be a nice topic for a German Talk. I tried to keep it short, but discovered in the end that it is possibly the longest Talk I have created so far. However, at least you can go through it at your own pace, listening and reading as much as you like at a time. Because of the length of the Talk, I decided not to add any extra exercises, but you will find some vocabulary within the text. I hope you will find it interesting and enjoyable.

I’m still working on the sound quality of my presentations, so apologies for the current, tinny sound.  

As usual, feedback – whether positive or negative – would be appreciated. You can write in the comment box below or email me directly: kaw25@aber.ac.uk

All the very best wishes and keep safe,

Karen

Some instructions:

  The PDF is the document with the text that I would normally hand out during a talk and which I would usually upload here on the museum’s blog afterwards. You might want to download it first of all. Print if off if you can, so that you can read it whilst you are watching the presentation.

  I would recommend to click the ‘HD’-symbol to the right of the lower black panel to watch a better quality of the presentation and to enlarge it to full screen with the symbol on the far right.

As usual, you are very welcome to print out everything for your own personal use, but please don’t distribute or use anything for any other cause, especially the images, as they might be under copyright.

Sources:

Baedeckers Allianz Reiseführer Ägypten. 5th ed. Verlag Karl Baedecker, 1992.

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nofret_(Ehefrau_des_Rahotep)

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meidum

https://www.rct.uk/collection/search#/61/collection/2581410/temple-of-dendera-egypt

https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/opencollection/objects/113554

https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/opencollection/objects/113555

https://www.europeana.eu/en/item/08535/local__default__F_7401

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grab_des_Nacht_(TT52

https://collections.mfa.org/objects/134891

https://scholarship.rice.edu/handle/1911/5627

https://osirisnet.net/tombes/nobles/sennefer/sennefer_01.htm

https://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/510d47d9-6024-a3d9-e040-e00a18064a99

https://de.destinationhurghada.com

https://vimeo.com – Ibrahim A. Ali: New Insights from the Photographic Archives of the Pioneer Studios of Antonio Beato and Attaya Gaddis

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ramesses_II

http://www.nationalgeographic.com/culture/people/reference/ramses-ii/

https://www.britishpathe.com/video/VLVA4NWJPYPKQCK543T2QKQFLORH-FRANCE-FRENCH-SCIENTISTS-EXAMINE-MUMMY-OF-EGYPTIAN-PHARAOH

https://www.newscientist.com/article/mg18424736-400-ramesses-rides-again/#

https://digitalcollections.nypl.org/items/510d47d9-5fb2-a3d9-e040-e00a18064a99

https://www.rct.uk/collection/search#/39/collection/2581510/eastern-colonnade-temple-of-philae

https://www.brooklynmuseum.org/opencollection/objects/113567

https://www.rct.uk/collection/search#/48/collection/2581526/nubia-ipsamboul-ramessus-ii

https://whc.unesco.org/en/list/88/ UNESCO World Heritage Site

http://www.touregypt.net/aswan/aswan4.htm

https://www.ancient.eu/Abu_Simbel/

‘Mae hwn yn rhybudd iaith!’ Veronica Calarco: Arddangosfa PhD ‘This is a language warning!’ Veronica Calarco: PhD Exhibition School of Art, January – March 2021

Mae gwaith Veronica Calarco yn delweddu un o ieithoedd Awstralia sydd mewn perygl, Kurnai, mewn perthynas â iaith leiafrifol, Cymraeg, a ddefnyddir ganddi i ddisodli’r iaith gryfaf, Saesneg, sef yr iaith y mae’r ddwy arall yn rhyngweithio â hi.  

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14. (Digital) German Talk – June 2020 – Frederick Walker – 19th. Century Illustrator

‘Another Line to Follow’ – Exhibition Catalogue

LINE TO FOLLOW poster FINALThe 1st May would have been the last day of our Another Line to Follow- exhibition, and we are sad that – due to the current situation – we couldn’t welcome visitors to our School of Art Gallery in person over the last few weeks. Nevertheless, our Senior Curator Neil Holland has put together the below catalogue of the show, so that those of you who didn’t have a chance to see it live can at least catch a glimpse of the many fabulous works that were on display:

Another Line to Follow

You are very welcome to download the PDF and, if you are interested in purchasing one of the works, please contact us: arlstaff@aber.ac.uk

Take care and stay safe,

The School of Art Museum team

 

Beyond the Wheel: Sculptural Ceramics from Aberystwyth University’s Ceramic Collection, Aberystwyth Arts Centre, 4th April-28th June 2020

The Ceramic Gallery is currently closed for the foreseeable future following government recommendations.

The health and safety of our visitors and staff is paramount.

We will publish our re-opening dates on our websites and social media accounts.

Please look after yourselves and each other.

twitter.com/AberArtSchool

twitter.com/Aberceramics http://www.ceramics-aberystwyth.com

http://www.aber.ac.uk/museum

The exhibition features works by:
Ashraf Hanna
Ewen Henderson
Sandor Kecskemeti
Richard Slee
Claire Curneen
David Binns
Antal Pazmandi
Judit Varga
Ruth Duckworth
Graham Burr
and others
Please visit the ceramic collection website for opening times and more information:

13. German Talk – Follow-up

Hello,

it was lovely seeing you all yesterday, and I hope you enjoyed the talk and the exhibtions. For those who couldn’t make it, they are still open until the 1st May 2020, Monday – Friday, 10am – 5pm (closed Easter 10th – 17th April).

As usual, you can download and print a copy of the talk for personal use. All content and images are subject to copyright:

13. German Talk – A Radical Tradition Text – 4 March 2020

The next German Talk will be advertised here and in the other usual places, such as the EGO magazine, as soon as possible. However, I am actually in the process of planning and curating an exhibition for the summer (my very first!), so I probably won’t have the time to organise another German Talk before the middle or end of June.

All the very best und bis bald,

Karen

‘A Radical Tradition – Eine Radikale Tradition: Heimat Photography in the Third Reich, School of Art Gallery, 2 March – 1 May 2020

The School of Art has closed its gallery spaces for the foreseeable future following government recommendations.

The health and safety of our visitors and staff is paramount.

We will publish our re-opening dates on our websites and social media accounts.

Please look after yourselves and each other.

twitter.com/AberArtSchool

twitter.com/Aberceramics http://www.ceramics-aberystwyth.com

http://www.aber.ac.uk/museum

RadicalTradPoster_ABER

The exhibition is curated by Dr. Christopher Webster van Tonder, Senior Lecturer in Fine Art and Curator of Photography at the School of Art. It includes a selection of images from the School of Art’s museum collection of vintage photographs as well as several new darkroom prints that Dr. Webster made from the collection of negatives of German photographers Hans Saebens and Erich Retzlaff. In addition, the exhibition shows digital copies of the work of Hans Retzlaff from the Ludwig-Uhland-Institut für Empirische Kulturwissenschaft, at the University of Tübingen. School of Art, Edward Davies Building, Buarth Mawr, Aberystwyth (SY23 1NG).

Monday – Friday, 10am – 5pm, Closed 10 – 17 April

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