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Clone: The Art in Replication

February 2017 sees the twentieth anniversary of the cloning of Dolly the Sheep. To mark this event, MA Art and Science first-year student Julie Light is co-curating and exhibiting a show with Just Glass, a group of established and emerging glass artists.  The show will focus on the creative possibilities of replication, duplication and repetition using glass as the creative medium.

The show runs from 7th March to 1st April at Courtyard Arts Centre, Port Vale, Hertford, SG14 3AA.

More details and opening times can be found at www.just-glass.co.uk and all are welcome at the Private View on 7th March at 7.00 – 9.00pm.

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ART & SCIENCE SYMPOSIUM

To accompany Degree Show One, MA Art & Science are hosting a Symposium, MULTI-INFRA-SUB-META- on 29 May, 4-8pm.

This event is free but please book: http://multi-infra-sub-meta.eventbrite.co.uk.

Symposium programme includes:

Part 1: Art and Environment

David Cross is an Artist, Reader and Pathway Leader for MA Visual Arts (Graphic Design) at Camberwell. His research, practice and teaching have long been informed by a critical engagement with the relationship between visual culture and the contested ideal of ‘sustainable’ development, more recently focused on fossil energy dependency and climate breakdown. He is now shifting towards promoting the transition to a post-carbon society. As an artist, Cross began collaborating with Matthew Cornford while studying at St Martin’s School of Art in 1987, and graduated from the Royal College of Art in 1991. Since then, the work of Cornford & Cross has been exhibited nationally and internationally, and projects include an Arts Council residency at the London School of Economics, and a British Council residency at Vitamin in Guangzhou, China. www.arts.ac.uk/david-cross

Holly Owen and Kristina Pulejkova are multi-media artists working in the UK.  They will be talking about their project Switching Heads: sound mapping the arctic. This series brings together their skills as artists with their concerns about how climate change is affecting communities and environments around the globe.  Both artists graduated from the MA Art and Science in 2014. www.switching-heads.com

A panel discussion on relationships and responsibilities between the arts and the environment.

Part 2: Art and Science

A series of presentations by graduating students from the MA Art and Science, sharing their interdisciplinary practice and research. Topics include embodiment, hygiene, quantum physics, belief, postmodernism, and the humble pebble.

Book now to ensure you don’t miss out on an event full of eclectic interdsiciplinary discussion…

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