Thursday, April 8, 2010

Forthcoming seminar at Ruthin Craft Centre 'The sum of its parts Applied art and architecture in the public realm'

Just thought I'd draw your attention to a fantastic forthcoming seminar at Ruthin Craft Centre:

The sum of its parts Applied art and architecture in the public realm

Monday 12 April 2010 10am – 5.30pm
£15 Fee includes light lunch

Chaired by Tom Dyckhoff Architecture Critic for the Times

Jonathan Sergison Sergison Bates architects
Jim Partridge & Liz Walmsley Artists
Tracy Simpson Safle
Brian Podschies Jewellery Designer
Isabel Vasseur ArtOffice
Yuko Shiraishi Artist

A day seminar that examines the relationship between Architecture and Applied Art in the creation of the public realm and the creative relationships at the heart of successful projects.

The seminar uses the experience of the design team of the new Ruthin Craft Centre Sergison Bates architects, Jim Patridge & Liz Walmsley and Brian Podschies, together with speakers from public arts agencies Isabel Vasseur - ArtOffice and Tracy Simpson - Safle and the artist Yuko Shiraishi. The seminar will be chaired by Tom Dyckhoff, architecture critic of the Times.

For further information and details of how to book please visit or call Ruthin Craft Centre on 01824 704774

Places are limited to 50 and must be booked and paid for in advance. Cancellation of a place does not automatically qualify for a refund.

Ruthin Craft Centre is part of Denbighshire County Council and is revenue funded by the Arts Council of Wales.

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