Artist Talk – In Conversation with DR Lisa Slade, Assistant Director, Art Gallery of South Australia, 1 pm – 21 February 2021 – Millicent Gallery, Millicent, South Australia.
This is also the final venue of the 3 year Tour of A Measure of Time, a JamFactory Icon exhibition.
Gesture and Expression: How to be loose without being slack.
Most of the workshops I teach involve international travel. Not this one! This is right in my home town, Adelaide. I got to teach within a studio I know and a great group of emerging artists, with the result being a great combination of hard work and fun.
22 September 2020
This online presentation was a terrific opportunity to have a conversation with Kokatha and Nukunu artist, Yhonnie Scarce, who I have known and admired for many years. We both work with glass as our predominant material and are very connected to the community of makers, particularly in Adelaide, but also have very different approaches to making. This is a great speaker series exploring many topics pertinent to artists today.
Hot glass workshop at The Studio of the Corning Museum of Glass, NY, USA
This is my fourth visit to the amazing Corning Museum of Glass in upstate New York. I haven’t taught a workshop for a couple of years. Teaching is itself such a creative process. There’s a lot that goes into it, but I always get such a lot back. I really hope I help the students think about their glassmaking in news ways and in particular assist on that search for finding an individual voice.
After working at Canberra Glassworks as the Creative Director from 2009 – 2013, it was a thrill to be selected 5 years later as one of the Glassworks 2018 artists in residence. It is a wonderful facility and to have a three-week residency is a precious time for research and development.
Being away from home also means you are pulled in fewer directions helping to give focus. What a treat!
The Glass Art Society Conferences always present a dynamic program. I was honoured to be invited to demonstrate my glassmaking skills at the 2017 conference.
Attached to the Chrysler Museum of Art, The Perry Glass Studio accommodates a large viewing audience. This can be a little daunting but there is so much appreciation for the skills, techniques and drama of glassblowing at these conferences, that after initial nerves settle it’s a real pleasure.