Free Rose Wylie Clay Workshop at Newlyn Art Gallery

Image Credit: Rose Wylie: Pink Skater (Will I Win, Will I Win)

01736 363715
bettina.wenzel@newlynartgallery.co.uk
http://newlynartgallery.co.uk/activities/rose-wylie-clay-workshop/

Deadline Tuesday 22 May 2018

This is a CPD opportunity for artists.

Sat 16 & Sun 17 June 2018

Led by Rosanna Martin from Brickworks and painter Ben Sanderson, this is a two-day ceramics workshop for artists who don’t usually work with clay within their artistic practice.

Inspired by Rose Wylie’s exuberant paintings, this is an opportunity to explore one discipline through another, to develop new skills and to experiment, as well as an opportunity for peer exchange in a positive critically engaged environment.

SAT 16 JUN, 11.00 – 16.00
AM: Looking at, drawing from, responding to Rose Wylie’s paintings.
PM: Clay. Demonstration of making and construction techniques. Participants to create their own 3D forms.

SUN 17 JUN, 11.00 – 16.00
AM: Adding finishing touches to the forms.
PM: Slips. Demo of techniques plus mixing the slips to create individual colour palettes. Participants to apply slips to their forms.

The work produced in the workshop will be glazed and fired at Brickworks and returned to The Exchange for a six week display in The Exchange Café. Estimated dates for display are 21 Jul – 31 Aug.

To apply, please send an expression of interest to bettina.wenzel@newlynartgallery.co.uk with a link to your work (website/blog) and a short paragraph on how you think you would benefit from attending this workshop.

Deadline for expressions of interest 22 May.

Please note: applicants should be practising artists, students are not eligible.

This event has been made possible with funding from European Regional Development Fund, Arts Council England and Cornwall Council, via the Cultivator project.

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