Robert Winter explores his exhibition
Robert Winter talks about his National Glass Centre exhibition, Developing World Pottery, and his work with fair trade company Traidcraft to develop new ceramics products with potteries around the world – including in India, Peru and Vietnam. Robert has often taken students with him to help these businesses create new designs for the western market and he will show examples of the new products being made.
This talk is in the Pod at National Glass Centre and there will also be a chance to view Robert’s exhibition inour Long Gallery.
FREE / Drop-in
This Autumn National Glass Centre is offering a series of lunchtime talks given by staff from the glass and ceramics department of the University of Sunderland, which is based in the centre. These talks relate to exhibitions shown in our Long Gallery. The artworks in these exhibitions showcase the research and professional practice undertaken by our staff in The Institute for International Research in Glass (IIRG) and Ceramics Arts Research Centre University of Sunderland. This is focused on the research and development of creative glass and ceramics at a national and international level. This research involves the creation of new artworks in glass and ceramics, techniques and approaches to creative making, models of practice in terms of methods and content, and contextual and historical information on glass and ceramic. Much of our work is developed from the perspective of creative practitioners.
Glass Maker and Artist
I have worked at National Glass Centre since finishing my degree in 2005.
Head of Enterprise, Commissioning & the Studio
I am Head of Enterprise, Commissioning and the Studio at National Glass Centre at the University of Sunderland, England and am a member of the Senior Management Team.
My practice is interdisciplinary combining drawing, sculpture and film.
I am an Israeli artist based in the UK working primarily in kiln cast glass.
Marketing and Communications Coordinator
Sara Jo Harrison joined National Glass Centre in 2012 to support the Centre's marketing and Communications strategy.
My work uses a range of media which acknowledges the interface between both traditional practice and new media.
Learning and Engagement Officer
Rachel joined National Glass Centre in 2007 to support the Centre's learning and engagement programme having completed MA Glass the previous year.
Kalki Mansel is one of National Glass Centre's resident glass artists.
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