Alexandros Kontogeorgakopoulos presents ‘Music in the Body’ at European Art-Science-Technology Network

CSAD Staff member Alexandros Kontogeorgakopoulos spent one week in Manchester University for the European Art-Science-Technology Network (EASTN-DC)* festival on 25-30th June 2018. It was the first festival organised by the network and the scope was to celebrate innovations in digital media with concerts, installations, workshops, and discussions with media industry partners from around Europe. The 6 days festival took place at the School of Music, … Continue reading Alexandros Kontogeorgakopoulos presents ‘Music in the Body’ at European Art-Science-Technology Network

Ingrid Murphy contributes to exhibitions in Ireland and India

CSAD staff member Ingrid Murphy takes part in the .OBJ exhibition as part of the Kilkenny Arts Festival in Ireland, starting on 11th August 2018. .OBJ: Digital Handmade at the National Design & Craft Gallery showcases the works of Irish and International makers, whose practices are situated at the intersection of the digital and analogue. These makers draw on emerging digital tools and processes to experiment … Continue reading Ingrid Murphy contributes to exhibitions in Ireland and India

Ceramics students joining the CSAD Inc. Space

CSAD’s Inc. Space provides an opportunity for our graduates to spend an additional year with the School to launch their own business or a sustainable career as a practicing artist or designer. During the 12 months they receive mentoring from an academic team member to help them develop their practice, a mentor to help them develop their business skills and their own studio within the … Continue reading Ceramics students joining the CSAD Inc. Space

Ceramics and a play on extraordinary processes

For their contribution to the Craft Council’s UK wide clay experiences initiative entitled ‘Hey Clay‘,  CSAD ceramics students undertook a novel approach in collaboration with the National Museum of Wales. Entitled ‘A Play on Extraordinary Processes’ students spent a morning exploring ways in which the discipline of ceramics can move the viewer forward and backward in time. Identifying an object from the St Fagans Museum collection that … Continue reading Ceramics and a play on extraordinary processes

Ceramics students and graduates contribute to Rethink Ceramics conference

CSAD Ceramics students have often worked with CoCA (the Centre of Ceramic Art, York), and at a conference devised by the Centre earlier this year our students were invited to demonstrate their approach to skills sharing (‘Vicarious Wednesdays’) – where students enter into conversation about their approaches whilst demonstrating the core skills involved. MA graduate Nathan Mullis and BA graduate Isabella Bilstein attended the conference, demonstrating the ‘Vicarious Wednesday’ ethos. … Continue reading Ceramics students and graduates contribute to Rethink Ceramics conference

Connie Talbot

Festival of Voice posters designed by BA Illustration students

BA Illustration students have been designing posters for the Festival of Voice, which features performances from artists such as Billy Bragg, Laura Marling and Patti Smith. The Festival is held at the Cardiff Millennium Centre from 7-17 June 2018, and the posters are available to purchase at Wales Millennium Centre Festival Shop priced£12 each. Congratulations to poster designers Maria Saralegui, Natalie Chirkowska and Connie Talbot. Continue reading Festival of Voice posters designed by BA Illustration students