Cookworthy, Body Sherds and Plymouth Rock, Alkalon, Pountney and
St Vincent’s Rock(s) Ladies of Llangollen, Dillwyn and Cow Creamers
Toxteth Park, Herculaneum, and Liver Birds
Contemporary Art Society, and a consortium of four museums: Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, National Museum of Wales at Cardiff, National Museums Liverpool, Plymouth Museum and Art Gallery
The Guldagergaard Seminar on Printed Ceramics
printed surfaces have become commonplace in contemporary practice. To
co-incide with the imminent publication of a completely new edition of
the book, Guldagergaard is proud to host a seminar involving leading
figures in the field.
Leader, Crafts at MIRIAD (Manchester Institute for Research and
Innovation in Art and Design) and is well known for his investigations
into ceramic print processes as well as his political works.
London School of Fashion. She has worked in a variety different media,
including paper, textiles and ceramics. She made a significant body of
work with the Spode Factory before its closure and is working with Paul
Scott on new research proposals for the Spode Archive.
Kindness (IRL) is an Irish visual artist who works in a variety of
media. In 1999 he completed a huge commission “The Big Fish” for
Donegall Quay in Belfast. Clad in lithographically printed porcelain
tiles the artwork has become a well known and loved feature of Belfast’s
redevelopment and renewal.
working with serigraphy. Her subject matter is sourced from cyberspace,
collaged with personal imagery. Her artwork plays with surface, media,
technology and our perceptions of them.
Academy of the Arts (KHIO) in Norway. He is well known for his
pioneering research into the graphic development of ceramic surfaces,
his characteristic artwork in blue and white, his writing and his
He is best known for his pioneering, surreal, trump l’oeil sculptural
forms. He has been a significant figure in American ceramics for over
forty years and has been hugely influential in the development of
ceramic arts on an international level.
leading ceramic artists. She has long worked with form and the graphic
surface, mixing digital mapping with low-tech paper transfer print
at Guldageraard over the past 5 years. His impressed ceramic artworks
are variously political and commemorative in nature. In 2011 he
completed a commission for Elvaerket in Dahish town Holbaek. Matthew
will be working at Guldagergaard over the summer of 2012 and will be
presenting some of his works at the seminar.
Ceramic Conference 2011
Unbound: The International Studio PracticeRed Deer College Website
May 6 – 8, 2011 In the 21st century we find ourselves increasingly globalized through the food we eat, the clothes we wear, goods we purchase and the images we consume through TV and the Internet. In this conference we will look at the internationalizing of the ceramics studio practice and the effect that it has on us as makers. We’re excited to announce the following presenters for this event: Elaine Henry of Ceramics Art & Perception Magazine – Keynote Speaker Paul Scott (UK) – lecture and demo Ginny Marsh (USA) – lecture and demo Ian Johnson (CAN) – lecture and demo Jeremy Hatch (CAN) – lecture and demo Carole Epp (CAN) – lecture and demo Robin Lambert (CAN) – lecture Koi Neng Liew (Singapore) – lecture and demo Registration Details and Fees: Student Rate: $99 + GST (Course # 1300)
Late registrations (after April 1): $120 + GST (Course # 1301) Regular Rate: $225 + GST (Course # 1303)
Late registrations (after April 1): $270 + GST (Course # 1302) Register early and save! Registration fee includes all demos and lectures for the duration of the conference, as well as social events and meals throughout the weekend. Accommodation: Limited accommodation will be available in our Student Residences, and can be booked when you register for the conference. Additional accommodation is available at the Sandman Hotel and can be reserved by calling 1 800 SANDMAN.
The Vitrified Print – Post-Conference Workshops and Demonstrations by Paul Scott Paul Scott is well known for his research into the graphic nature of ceramic surfaces – through his work, exhibitions, books (Ceramics and Print and Painted Clay) and workshops held around the world. Vitrified Print courses have formed an important part of the developing knowledge in the field, and are well known for being hugely informative and enjoyable. These workshops and demonstrations examine the potential of print processes in ceramics. Vitrified Print 1 – Relief, mono-print and lithography, the principles of transfer technologies:
The course uses drawing, painting, stamps, photocopy and toner resist to explore the principles and possibilities of some of the following: mono-printing, lithography and low-tech ceramic transfers. During workshops participants can produce relatively complex and rich graphic ceramic surfaces by layering, and building on interlinking skills and processes. The possibilities of transferring these techniques to glass can also be explored if there is interest. Materials include paper, laserprint/photocopy, tissue, and plaster as transfer materials with a variety of easily available print media.
May 9 – 13 | $395 + GST | Course # 1553 Vitrified Print 2 – Screen printing – direct and transfer printing:
A second, additional workshop is also offered on screen-printing and ceramics. This examines artwork preparation for screens, principles of ceramic decal making, as well as flexible, waterbased transfer methodologies.
May 16 – 20 | $395 + GST | Course #1554 Workshops will run Monday to Friday from 9 am – 4 pm. All courses include a number of illustrated presentations variously examining practice in the field – involving technical, historical and critical issues.
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