Arts Tutors News
On Friday the 21st July Joanne Kaar will be starting an artist-residency in Durness. During her 3 month stay, she willl be scribbling and sketching in her handmade paper books.
The depth of talented glass artists that now make their way to Lybster is astonishing. In a few short years Northlands Creative Glass has established a number of residency placements throughout the year in addition to series of master classes run by some of the world's most renowned glass artists and teachers.
In partnership with Cromarty Arts Trust, the Highland Council is offering a unique experience for people in Cromarty to try their hand at silkpaper-making and fibre art techniques. The three day workshop project will be led by internationally renowned artist and author, Joanne Kaar from Caithness.
"FaceNorth" visual arts residency run by Northlands Glass and Lyth Arts Centre is now up and running and going from strength to strength. The residency, funded by the Scottish Arts Council and Caithness and Sutherland Enterprise agency, offers the opportunity for local community groups with little or no arts skills to engage with professional artists Kate Williams, Shelagh Swanson and Alistair Pender over the coming months.
Your are invited to come to… "Teaching Artists' Day" This event is free to attend! Wednesday 22nd March 2006 At: La Tortilla Asesina, Castle St,Inverness Time: 11.00am to 3.00pm - Coffees, Tapas Lunch and Refreshments provided. As a celebration of the end of Artsplay Phase 2, I would like to ask artists, musicians, drama workers and dancers who teach, workshop and are active in the community to come along to the day to discuss various issues that have arisen during the course of ArtsPlay and are relevant to everyone working in the community.
3RD-4TH SEPTEMBER 2005 For the ninth successive year it's the season when artists and professionals from all over the world converge on The Alastair Pilkington Studio in Lybster for a series of masterclasses and a weekend conference that is now a must in the contemporary glass calendar. This year the theme is 'The Design Element', a topic which features strongly in 21st century life everywhere from sports equipment to home decoration and of course glass.
Glass artists from seven countries yesterday concluded the first of a summer programme of master classes at North Lands Creative Glass in the village of Lybster led by Klaus Moje, one of the key figures in contemporary studio glass. The class - "Finding New Horizons" - explored kilnforming with techniques such as fusing, bending and mold-making and also extensive use of cold-working methods.