Ceramics Gallery Talk 07/11/2017

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Exploring the School of Art Collection – 2016

 

As part of the first year art history module Exploring the School of Art Collections, students have the opportunity to write a small piece for this blog. This year the group focused on our photography collection. Each student had the opportunity to choose from a selection of prints from British, American and Italian photographers active in the mid 20th century. They only had one week to undertake some research before presenting their drafts. They all worked very hard on these projects so please take the time to view their efforts.

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Lifelong Learning Course “Looking at Art” starting 18th October 2017

Weird Sisters, James Gillray, 1847-51

Phil Garratt, Senior Technician and Assistant Curator at the School of Art, teaches this class, which is a great chance to explore some of the School of Art’s excellent collection of fine and decorative art. For more information click here or have a look at the attached flyer.

 

Postgraduate Exhibition at the School of Art, 11 – 28 Septemer 2017

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This year’s postgraduate exhibition features a variety of media such as photography, painting, illustration, printmaking and video installation.

FOR ABER TWO – New exhibition at the School of Art Gallery: 09 August – 01 September 2017

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Aberystwyth Printmakers

7 August to 1 September 2017

This exhibition is a A follow up to last year’s A for Aber. This time the focus is on Visit Wales’ theme of the ‘Year of Legends’ 2017.

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At the Margins – New Exhibition at the School of Art Gallery: 07 August – 01 September 2017

At the Margins Poster 2017At the Margins arises from this collaboration and a long-standing friendship between two printmaking communities:  Print Council Aotearoa New Zealand and Aberystwyth Printmakers in Wales. This was fostered by a Strategic Insight Programme award (SIP) to Judy Macklin to develop a bi-national programme of art-science collaboration between Wales and New Zealand. The theme of this exhibition was jointly conceived by Judy Macklin, Kathy Boyle (President of Print Council Aotearoa New Zealand) and Mark Macklin. Continue reading