Cumbrian Blues

NEWS: Fukushima No. 5 on Design Museum of Trondheim Limited Tote

Scott’s Cumbrian Blue(s), Fukushima No:5 Tote

‘Cumbrian Blue(s) Fukushima No:5’ on a limited edition bag for sale at the Design Museum Trondheim shop.

FROM PAUL:

“I am interested in the way images are disseminated by moving between different media and so I was happy when @designmuseumtrondheim proposed printing an image of ‘Cumbrian Blue(s) Fukushima No:5’ (in their collection) on a limited edition bag for sale in the museum shop. This coincides with an exhibition celebrating the museum’s 125th anniversary… 125 objects from their collection have been chosen by 125 people from outside the museum… ‘The 125 choices not only represent the things themselves but 125 new pairs of eyes and 125 new stories about the collection’s place in society. Through these contributions, we gain an insight into what the objects do to people’…. exhibition runs until 28 August 2018…

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Transference: Transfer Printing and Contemporary Ceramics

Scott’s Cumbrian Blue(s), Grain Silo

Scott’s Cumbrian Blue(s) American Scenery Clouds No:1 (After Cadre and Lisa)

October 7 through November 27, 2016
The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, PA

A selection of Cumbrian Blue(s) artworks are on view at The Clay Studio, Philadelphia, PA, from October 7 to November 27, 2016 as part of the exhibition Transference: Transfer Printing and Contemporary Ceramics.

Transference explores how the combination of ceramics and transfer print technology enables the immediacy of printmaking to be joined with the enduring nature of fired clay. The title of this project refers to the transferring of social and political concepts between cultures and across time periods.Click here to learn more.

A 3-day symposium, Technicalities: Meaning in Methods took place on Friday, October 28 through Sunday, October 30. Click here to learn more.

Presented by the Center for Art in Wood and The Clay Studio in conjunction with Craft NOW Philadelphia, the symposium October explored the intersections of traditional and cutting edge techniques used today in the fields of wood and ceramic arts.Symposium speakers included Glenn Adamson, Andrew Raftery and other scholars and artists. Click here to learn more.

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Technicalities: Meaning in Methods at The Clay Studio Philadelphia

Scott's Cumbrian Blue(s), American Scenery, Residual Waste No: 2
Scott's Cumbrian Blue(s), American Scenery, Residual Waste No: 2, In-glaze decal collage, gold lustre, on James Edwards & Son, Stone China, Dalehall, Ironstone platter c.1850, Paul Scott 2015

Friday, October 28 through Sunday, October 30
Symposium and Workshop
A collaborative event between The Clay Studio, The Center for Art in Wood and Craft NOW Philadelphia

 

The Center for Art in Wood and The Clay Studio jointly presented a symposium from October 28-30, 2016 exploring the intersections of traditional and cutting edge techniques used today in the fields of wood and ceramic arts. The symposium speakers included Glenn Adamson, Charlotte Hodes, Paul Scott, Andrew Raftery and other scholars and artists who were represented in the exhibitions at each institution: Transference: Transfer Pringing in Contemporary Ceramics (on view through November 27, 2016) at The Clay Studio and Wood, Revisited at The Center for Art in Wood.  The collaboration was held in conjunction with Craft NOW Philadelphia.

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