‘Chaos, Flow, Meander’ – exhibition at the Ceramic Gallery, 5 May – 15 July 2018

Richard Slee, 1989 (image: Keith Morris)

Work from the Ceramic Collection inspired by natural forms. The exhibition includes artists such as Alan & Ruth Barrett Danes, Richard Slee, Geoffey Swindell, Mary White, Mollie Winterburn and others.

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2. ‘German Talk’ at the School of Art Gallery, Wednesday: 2nd May 2018

Davies Gift Poster_webExhibition: A Place for Art: The Davies Gift

Date: 2nd May 2018

Time: 5pm – 6pm

Place: School of Art Gallery, Gallery 3

Theme/s: The introductory talk will be about Margaret and Gwendoline Davies. The dictionary will include, for example, vocabulary useful for talking about portraits (the human face & body).

Free of charge

For general information about the ‘German Talks’ and how to find us, please open the flyer: 2. German Talk Flyer 02 May 2018 Information

‘Sea Change’- exhibition at the School of Art, 21st May – 31st August 2018

Strandgutsammler, photograph, circa 1930-1945, Hans Saebens (1895-1969)

Sea Change is a student-curated exhibition of prints, paintings, photographs and ceramics from the School of Art collection.  The exhibition borrows for its title a phrase from Shakespeare’s Tempest to explore its metaphorical potential.

‘In A New Light – Celebrating the Precious’ – New exhibition at the School of Art, 26/03-04/05/2018

Poster (Draft 2)ONE HUNDRED YEARS AGO, sisters Gwendoline and Margaret Davies of Plas Dinam, Montgomeryshire endowed £5,000 to the art department at Aberystwyth University. The gift was to help establish an Arts and Crafts Museum and build up a teaching collection in order that our students could appreciate original works of art. The first purchase using interest from the endowment was in 1920. Continue reading

Follow-up on the 1. ‘German Talk’, 14th March 2018

Many thanks to those who attended the very first ‘German Talk’ at the School of Art today! I hope you enjoyed yourselves and found the session helpful. It was certainly a pleasure meeting you.

As promised, please find here the dictionary and exercise sheets, which are free to download. However, please be aware that the images are subject to copyright.

I will announce the date for the 2. ‘German Talk’ and the topic of that session as soon as possible.

Best wishes and until next time,

1. German Talk ‘Charles Tunnicliffe’ March 2018

German Talks ‘General Museum Dictionary’ 2018