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It features new research and aims to enhance and expand knowledge of British art and architecture. William Etty and the Classical Body This episode is a discussion between Classicist Mary Beard and art historian Cora Gilroy-Ware, author of The Classical Body in Romantic Britain. It hones in on Etty’s 1837 The Sirens and Ulysses. “What will survive of us is love”: Memory and Emotion in Late-Medieval England Jessica Barker explores ‘expressivity’ in late-medieval sculpture. The English Carthusians and the art of abstinence Julian Luxford considers the art and architectural dimensions of Carthusian life with particular reference to the ten foundations of the order’s English Province. 27 May 2020 Hard Times and the 19th Century Alex Potts investigates representations of migrancy and insecure labour in the Victorian age. 3 June 2020 Exploring London's Art Scene in the 1960s 10 June 2020.
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Indeed, I believe this is the hope of the entire AI artist community. Apart from some of the works by early pioneers like Harold Cohen, AI art has historically not been warmly welcomed by galleries. Until recently, it was almost nonexistent in the primary art market. That may be starting to change. Recently, Nature Morte gallery in New Delhi held an exhibition of AI art entitled “Gradient Descent,” which featured work by Anna Ridler, Mario Klingemann, Tom White, Harshit Agrawal, Jake Elwes, Memo Akten, and Nao Tokui. Despite some signs of warming, actual AI sales in the art market have been limited to date. V&A sur Twitter : "Don’t miss our wonderful FOOD: Bigger than the Plate co-curator May Rosenthal-Sloan on today’s @SundayBrunchC4 She will be talking (and tasting!) all things food from 9.30am, and highlights four fascinating projects featured in the exhi.
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HENI Talks - Josiah Wedgwood: Tycoon of Taste. Wedgwood was both a very magnetic and engaging individual.
But he was also, in a sort of almost Steve Jobs kind of way, an obsessive perfectionist. And he was known as ‘Auld Wooden-Leg’, because he lost his leg and he would storm through the pot bank on his wooden leg, with his stick, smashing ware that didn’t meet the right quality threshold. He was hard as hell, he wanted to be the Master Potter to the Universe. And he time and again made sure his workers were working to his level of perfection. When we think of the decorative arts of Britain, we immediately turn to Josiah Wedgwood who helped to design Britain, a change maker and a tastemaker. Josiah Wedgwood turned this rude, uncultivated craft, as it was called, into this global industry, marrying art, design and technology. It was almost inevitable that he would end up in the pottery business. And after a while he feels he’s sort of flooded the market with this and needs a new innovation.
But he’s a scientist. With thanks to… The Moche Sex Pot - Pornography or Something Else?
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The student will describe the terminology of ceramics. ILO: 3,1 Measure: tests, discussion, critiques 2. The student will recognize the unique contributions various cultures have made to ceramic history. ILO: 3,1,6,2 Measure: tests, discussion, critiques 3. The student will apply appropriate and effective ceramic design.