About this day
Come and meet the artists…
In this exciting and visually stimulating programme, students will meet and learn from four leading internationally recognised artists working in different areas. From ceramic art to textiles and photography, this day will provide variety, innovation and the chance to hear how ideas become art. The day will be chaired by Rebecca Wright, Programme Director of Graphic Communication Design at Central Saint Martins.
Programme & speakers
Fire up your creativity Grayson Perry CBE RA, Artist
Grayson Perry will talk about his work and consider how to be creative in an age which embraces both traditional and digital approaches to art.
About Grayson Perry CBE RA
Turner Prize-winner Grayson Perry’s work is original and provocative. He uses traditional forms such as ceramics and tapestries in unconventional ways to comment on society’s injustices and hypocrisies.
Magnum photographer Martin Parr, Photographer
Martin will talk about his approach as a photographer and students will be able to see for themselves how he uses seduction and humour to comment on the human condition.
About Martin Parr
Magnum photographer Martin Parr is considered one of this country’s leading photographers. While his photographs are highly original and entertaining, they also reflect how we present ourselves and what we value.
Art, life and lettering Rosalind Wyatt, Calligraphy and textile artist
Rosalind Wyatt will bring today three elements of her work – art, life and lettering – and explore what happens when you form a letter. The session will include an exciting live interactive calligraphy artwork demonstration.
About Rosalind Wyatt
Rosalind Wyatt is an artist who initially trained in calligraphy then textiles. Since graduating from the RCA her practice has developed to include commissions in the fields of design, fashion, and film.
The wonder of the abstract Fiona Rae, Artist
Fiona Rae will talk about her paintings and how she uses ideas and formal techniques to challenge the modern conventions of painting and explore its expressive possibilities.
About Fiona Rae
Fiona Rae was shortlisted for the Turner Prize in 1991 and creates vividly coloured abstract paintings which are engaging, alive and a joy to study. She was elected to the Royal Academy of Arts in 2002 and has exhibited extensively in museums and galleries internationally.