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Parallels and Connections 3, A Ceramic and Glass Research Conference 2011

Prof. Kevin Petrie,

Introduction

Prof. Sylva Petrova,

 

Prof. Peter Strike

Welcome

Prof. Bruce Brown

Arts and Design Research in the UK

Dr. Kaisa Koivisto

A comparison of the PhD process between Finland and the UK

Dr. Suzette Warden

Global challenges and local solutions: creative practice and the PhD in Australia

Dr. Alena Matejka

Preparation of glass for sculpture casting using microwave energy

Teresa Maria Castro de Almeida

Glass used as an artistic medium: transparency, light and colour

HoySun Kim

The possibility of risk: the visible and the perceived - an exploration of waster pieces within Korean and UK ceramics

Ayako Tani

Multidimensional line drawing with glass through the development of studio lampwork and print

Philip Lee

Tied Slip, 2011

Nick Renshaw

The origins, standing, nature, potentials and significance of international cross-cultured ceramic art residencies.

David Cushway

Body and artefact: clay, performance and new media towards an expanded field.

Min Jeong Song

Mechanisms of inbetweenness: through visual experiences of glass.

Shelly James

Shadow play - an investigation of the chromatic potential of inclusions in hot glass

Chris McHugh

The Heart of Jack Crawford: from museum text to printed ceramic

Matt Smith

Queer craft: Can craft objects be identified as queer or be used to queer museum and gallery spaces

Shelley Doolan

The use of industrial technology by the studio glass artist

Keeryong Choi

The development and application of the use of ancient Korean design and Sanggam technique (inlaid designs) to contemporary studio glass.

Cate Watkinson

Innovations in Architectural Glass.  An example of professional research through practice.

Dr. Jessamy Kelly

Collaborative research:  Jessamy Kelly & Steve Dixon, Pairings, MMU

Conor Wilson

digit_digital: ceramic surface as site of meaningful conflict.

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