CSAD’s last new graduate from the Fine Art progamme to take part in the Arts Council of Wales Cymru yn Fenis Wales in Venice Invigilation Plus programme is Gweni Llwyd. Gweni is invigilating at James Richards’ exhibit at the Wales Pavilion and taking time to develop her own ideas and practice on her month in the city. The Biennale closes on Sunday 26 November so … Continue reading Venice Diaries: ‘Freesa’ by Gweni Llwyd
Rat Trap Collective are hosting their third event on Friday 17 November at The Cathays Conservative Club. Rat Trap is a Cardiff based, multi-platform collective of musicians and artists including CSAD graduates and students Carlota Nobrega, Daniel Pritchard, Ethan Hurst, Gweni Llwyd, Joel Hurst, Marianne Barry, Mark Hicken and Thomas Rees, hosting sporadic events across Cardiff. This project was developed from a unanimous vision to … Continue reading Rat Trap Collective event this evening (Friday 17th Nov) at The Cathays Conservative Club
‘Dance Research, Somatic Techniques and Lived Realities’ Sabina Sukina Khan Thursday Nov 23rd 2017, 4-5.30pm CSAD Heart Space, B Block, Llandaff Campus In this seminar, I discuss my current PhD research and consider the ways in which somatic techniques can provide a more nuanced investigation into the lived experience and contribute to queer and feminist agendas in social research. This event is open to the … Continue reading Research Seminar: Sabina Sukina Khan considers Dance Research, Somatic Techniques and Lived Realities
A collaboration between CSAD and Window Cleaning Wearhouse was recognised last night at the Insider‘s Business and Education Partnerships Awards 2017. Held on 2 November at the Marriott Hotel, Cardiff, the awards celebrated the ways in which companies, universities and colleges work together to achieve brilliant results. Bethan Gordon accepted the Partnership Award on behalf of CSAD. Bethan supervised a Knowledge Transfer Partnership between CSAD … Continue reading CSAD industry partnership wins at Insider’s Business and Education Partnership awards
Ceramics Programme Director Natasha Mayo writes about CSAD Ceramics latest exhibition: CSAD Ceramics students seized the opportunity to contribute to Made by Hand this year with a fantastic initiative entitled the ‘Growing Exhibition’ a responsive and interactive event in the historic site of the old church formally ‘Ink Spot’ in Roath. The event was kindly sponsored by a great supporter of our Ceramics programmes here in … Continue reading CSAD Ceramics students contribute the ‘Growing Exhibition’ to Made by Hand
It’s the last chance to see the 2016-17 CSAD Graduate Incubation Unit member’s show at Craft in the Bay this weekend. Work exhibited includes benches and chairs from the Wonky Chair Company, ceramics by Jade Sims, Charlotte Burke and Harriet McCormick, jewellery by Rhian Morris and a range of purses, badges and more from textiles designer Clojo Beddingham. Prints can be seen by Moly May … Continue reading Last chance to see the Incubation Unit members’ Craft in the Bay show
Ella Jones is the latest CSAD new graduate from the Fine Art progamme to take part in the Arts Council of Wales Cymru yn Fenis Wales in Venice Invigilation Plus programme, invigilating at James Richards’ exhibit at the Wales Pavilion. Ella is also spending time developing her own practice, and here she tells us how the experience is making her think again about her approach … Continue reading Venice Diaries: Ella Jones asks what is a Sculpture?