Protection. A Masterclass by Caroline Broadhead

Workshop  /  CriticalThinking  /  11 Sep 2021  -  15 Sep 2021
Published: 07.03.2021
Protection. A Masterclass by Caroline Broadhead.
Ar.Co. Centro de Arte e Comunicação Visual
DEADLINE: 31/07/2021

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In this five-day intensive masterclass, we will identify what each participant understands to be in need of protection. This is an open topic, so might be something serious, comical, personal, or common to all. There will be challenges and discussions to explore the various ways in which jewellery, or other objects closely relating to the body, might perform this role.
Target audience: Master and PhD students, 3rd year BA students, professionals and artists from all backgrounds.

Dates and hours: 11 to 15 September, Saturday to Wednesday, 10h–17h.
Language: English.
300 €
250 €  (PIN members)
Registration / Application deadline: By 31 July 2021
Applicants should register with a short motivation text, reasoning their interest in the topic of the masterclass (250 words).
Selection process: By 07 August 2021
In the selection process, up to 12 participants will be invited per masterclass. If there are fewer than 8 participants the event may be canceled. Invited participants must pay the full fee by 15 August. Failure to pay the fee by 01 May will result in deregistration and the place will be given to eventual applicants on the waiting list.
Payment: By 15 August (a receipt of payment).

About the Teacher:
Caroline Broadhead (Leeds, 1950) work centres around objects which come into contact and interact with the body, and include collaborations and performance work. Some pieces are intended to be worn and changed through touch and movement and other works have explored the outer extents of the body through light, shadow, and reflection. Caroline has lectured, taught and exhibited widely and her work is represented in many public collections worldwide. A recent book, published by Arnoldsche, and a retrospective exhibition at CODA Museum, Netherlands showcased work spanning four decades. Other acknowledgments include Jerwood Prize for Applied Arts: Textiles, 1997; Textiles International Open, 2004, and The Goldsmiths Craft & Design Council Lifetime Achievement Award, 2017. Recently retired as Course Leader, BA Jewellery Design at Central Saint Martins, she is now Professor Emerita there.