A bit of points of my travel to Stoke-on-Trent in October 2017:
One: I, Wendy Ward and Sabrina Vasulka presented our group (us with Maria Juchnowska, Monika Muller and Rhianon Erwing-James) yearly achievments of Future Lights 2016/2017 to new Future Lights 2017/2018 Ambassadors for European Ceramics and our cadency ceesed to exist. It was a great experience to see all next finalists of the competition and their works.
Sophie J Southgate ceramics
Irina Razumovskaya ceramics
Neja Tomsic: Tea for Five, story of tea with tea ceremony
Future Lights in Ceramics! 2016-2017
Second: We presented as a group our view and experiences as young ceramists designers and artists to Congress “Ceramic Values”. I was very nervous to speak to audience from ceramics field all around EU and beyond…
Ceramics Values: Can Ceramics make a difference?
Jay Thakkar speaks about ceramics in India and his projects to build up the craft society
Ann Van Hoey: collaboration with “Den Ateljee” and “Serax”
Karolina Bednorz Building a career in Ceramics: Can there be a difference for ceramics?
Sabrina Vasulka: Building a career in Ceramics
Plenary Session: Claudia Casali (International Museum of Ceramics, Faenza) summs up Congress
Future Lights: Sabrina Vasulka, Rhiannon Erwing James, Karolina Bednorz, Monika Muller, Maria Juchnowska
Third: British Ceramics Biennal which is must to visit and see if you are in ceramics! Great commisions works of ceramics artist, “Fresh” competition, instalations, people, factory tours into Stoke industry… ❤
British Ceramics Biennial Spode Factory
Rhiannon Ewing-James: Fresh competition winner is…
Eva Masterman “Touch me Use me”
Juree Kim “Evanscent Landscape”
Keith Harrison “Knowledge is Power”
Fresh 2017: Nathan Mullis, Cardiff School of Art and Design
Fresh 2017: Jessica Dent, Cardiff Metropolitan University
Fresh 2017: Studio SaV, Sabrina Vasulka, Nahuel Hernando
Karolina Bednorz “Tri-Angle” at exhibition “Shaping the Future””, Spode, BCB
I didn’t have time to see half the things I planned, so I have to come back to Stoke once again!
On the end: from Dudson Factory (“Defining dining”) video of dancing bowls: