THE PLEASURE OF MAKING: SYMBOLISM TO RITUAL – Talk with Christie Brown


 

Christie Brown_The Uncanny Playroom, 2010_Photo Credit Sussie Ahlberg 2 (ceramics show page)

Saturday 29 April, 4 – 5pm
£10 in advance, £15 on the door Booking
Leading contemporary artist in clay Christie Brown and Curator Catherine Milner discuss the mythology and symbolism of clay and the making process.

Christie Brown is an artist and Emerita Professor of Ceramics at the University of Westminster in London. She was Principal Investigator on the AHRC project Ceramics in the Expanded Field, awarded to the University’s Ceramics Research Centre in 2011, which included her solo exhibition DreamWork at the Freud Museum in London in 2013.
She has exhibited her ceramic sculpture widely in the UK and abroad and frequently lectured about her practice at international residencies and conferences.

Catherine Milner has worked in the international art world for more than twenty years. Formerly Arts Correspondent of the Sunday Telegraph newspaper, she now regularly contributes articles about art to a number of publications including the Financial Times, the Economist and Apollo Magazine.
Having studied Fine Art at Edinburgh University her first job was working for the Barbican Art Gallery. She has since specialised in contemporary British art and was one of the first to write about the Young British Artist group in the early 1990s. Since then she has focused on contemporary Middle Eastern art and traveled extensively throughout the region. She has also recently started taking small groups of collectors to artists studios, exhibitions, art biennales and art fairs around the world.

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