Canberra Glassworks run a series of artists talks throughout the year, as part of the Crystal Clear program. Speakers are usually artists in residence or exhibiting artists who discuss their recent work and processes. Light refreshments are provided. Entry is by donation.
Graduates in Residence
Dan Venables graduated from the ANU School of Art & Design with First Class Honours majoring in Glass, in 2017, as well as working as an assistant for Nadege Desgenetez and Simon Maberly for the past three years.
Image: Dan Venables, Oculus i, Narcissus, 2017, blown glass, timber. Photographer: Adam McGrath
Lou Young completed her Bachelor of Visual Arts at Sydney College of the Arts in 2017, and will complete her Honours in 2018. Lou creates immersive installations using a mixture of print media, textiles, and sculpture to address contemporary Australian life, with an intersectionally feminist perspective. .
Image: Lou Young, Pavlovs Puppers, 2017, mixed media. Photo supplied
Naomi Hunter completed her Doctorate of Visual Arts (Glass) graduating from the University of South Australia in March 2017. Naomi works examine the nexus between art and science. With support from the Guildhouse Limberup mentoring program.
Image: Naomi Hunter, Bend and Fold (detail), 2015-2016, blown and sculpted glass. Photo supplied.
When: 4.30pm, Thursday 5 April
Where: Engine Room, Canberra Glassworks
Please RSVP by 5pm, Wednesday 4 April
Entry is by donation. Light refreshments will be provided.