Subject

Art

12

Date & time

Mon, 12 Nov 2018
10:00 - 15:00

Venue

University of Warwick
Gibbet Hill Rd
Coventry, CV4 7AL

Ticket price

£21 + VAT* *Plus one complimentary staff ticket per ten students

About this day

For A-level, IB, Foundation and BTEC Level 3 students

We return this year with another exciting day of Art & Design at the Warwick Arts Centre. In this visually stimulating programme, students will meet and learn from four leading artists working in different areas, to get a taste of what inspires them and how they make their living as artists. Come armed with a question and hear how ideas become art. We are delighted to announce that leading documentary photographer Simon Norfolk has agreed to join us, together with award-winning textile artist Anna Glover. Sarah Shalgosky, Curator of the Mead Gallery and Associate Lecturer at the University of Warwick, will chair the day. Two more exciting artists to be announced!

Programme & speakers

Conflict and crisis through the photographer's lens Simon Norfolk, Photographer

Simon Norfolk uses the lens to explore life’s big questions, including the effect of conflict on the physical and natural environment as well as on people and societies. He will talk about how he works, the challenges, techniques and rewards.

Simon Norfolk

About Simon Norfolk

Simon Norfolk is an award-winning documentary photographer who often captures moments of war or crisis. His works have been collected by the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and the Tate Modern in London.

The art of textiles Anna Glover, Textile artist

Award-winning print designer Anna Glover produces work which is bold and beautiful. Her exceptional skills encompass print, pattern, colour, design and painting, resulting in magical, new and cutting-edge designs. She will talk about the vision and processes which have driven such artistic success.

Anna Glover

About Anna Glover

Anna Glover is an award-winning textile artist whose work encompasses print, pattern, colour, design and painting. She was the winner of the British Design Awards for best use of ‘Print and Pattern’ and has recently designed a printed textile collection for H&M.