DescriptionThis day symposium will focus on enamel as a precious metal technique to complement the international touring exhibition Heat Exchange II (http://heat-exchange.crimsoncactus.net/about/). Taking place on Friday 19 February 2016, the event will begin at St Andrews Museum (Kinburn Park, Doubledykes Road, St Andrews, KY16 9DP) with registration and an infomal tour of the exhibition, Heat Exchange II. The remaining part of the event then takes place at the Byre Theatre (Abbey Street, St Andrews, KY16 9LA): 10.30am Registration at St Andrews Museum with tea & coffee Informal visit of Heat Exchange II exhibition 11.30am Walk across town to Byre Theatre Studio Theatre (lifts arranged for participants with mobility problems) Noon-1 Introductory curator’s talk + questions (Elizabeth Turrell) 1-2pm Lunch provided at Byre / networking 2-3pm A Gloss on Enamel (a brief history of the use of enamel, with a focus on studio enamelling) by Dr Elizabeth Goring plus questions 3-4.15pm Short case studies by 6 Scottish-based practitioners: Karolina Baines, Stephen Bottomley, Susan Cross, Jessica Howarth , Ann Little, Heather McDermott 4.15-4.30pm Summing up and close Cost for the day’s symposium, including lunch and refreshments is £10 for students / £20 full price. To book, please complete the online form below. After clicking on the Submit button, you’ll be redirected to FCA&C’s PayPal page where you can pay by debit or credit card. Please email us to confirm that you have done this, and we will then confirm that we have received your booking and payment. If you do not want to pay online, you can print out the completed form and send it with a cheque (made out to ‘Fife Contemporary Art & Craft’) to our St Andrews Town Hall address.
|Period||19 Feb 2016|
|Location||St Andrews, United Kingdom|
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