Symposium Part 1

From the Perspective of the Artists in Residence:
“Shigaraki’s View of the World . . . The World’s View of Shigaraki”

We will hear reports from people affiliated with various residential programs as well as ceramic artists in residence from the Ceramic Cultural Park who have worked there, in an effort to understand the current state of residency programs around the world. Here we would also like to help in building a global network of ceramic art-related residence programs. Those who are considering working in ceramics abroad should not miss this chance to gather information about the various opportunities.

 

Time schedule(September 9th Wed.)

13:30-13:50

Keynote Speech An aesthetic of hybridization, ceramics residencies, between heritage and new technologies, local and international issues
Jacques Kaufmann (Ceramic Artist, President of the International Academy of Ceramics, Studio Artist 2007・France)Artist_profile

14:00-15:25

session1- Importance of creating artwork under cross-cultural environment

14:00-14:15

Encounter with Suberonia-One country collapsed and became seven countries. Then an artist in residence program began.
Kaku (Xiang) Hayashi (Ceramic Artist, Prof. of Art Research Department and Sculpture Department, Graduate School, Bunsei University of Art, 1999 Guest Artist・Japan)Artist_profile

14:15-14:30

About the residencies I have participated in over the past year
Mayu Ueda(Ceramic Artsit, 2015 Studio Artist)Artist_profile

14:30-15:00

About the Residency at Tainan National University of Art
Ching Yuan, Chang(Ceramic Artist, Proffessor at the Tainan National University of Art, Guest Artist 2010)Artist_profile
  &
Osamu Kojima(Ceramic Artist,Studio Artist 2015)Artist_profile

15:00-15:15

A gold coin has both sides - Zhang Ling Yun’s experience at the residency in foreign country
Zhang LingYun (Ceramic Artist, Studio Artist 2010, Associate professor , Master Tutor, Jingdezhen Ceramic Institute・China)Artist_profile

15:15-15:25

Question-and-answer session

15:25-15:35

Break

15:25-18:00

session 2- Prospects for Present and future of the Residency Program and the Inportance of Network

15:35-15:50

The Archie Bray Foundation: Montana’s Ceramic Art Legacy
Josh DeWeese (Ceramic Artist, Associate Professor of Art, Montana State University in Bozeman・United States)Artist_profile

15:50-16:05

Sundaymorning@ekwc – European Ceramic Workcentre, The Netherlands
Ranti Tjan (Director of the European Ceramic Workcentre)Artist_profile

16:05-16:20

Ceramic Creative Center(C.C.C.) in Clayarch Gimhae Museum
Kim Seungtaek ( Curator, Ceramic Creative Center in Clayarch Gimhae Museum・Korea)Artist_profile

16:20-16:35

Current status and the proposals for the future of the Artist in Residency Program in Korea
Kwanho Woo (Ceramic Artist, Professor. Ceramic & Glass Dept. Hongik University, Korea)Artist_profile

16:35-16:45

Question-and-answer session

16:45-17:00

Break

17:00-17:15

Residencies and Workshops—Opportunities in the United States
Stuart Kestenbaum (Director, American Craft Council・United States)Artist_profile

17:15-17:30

About Ateliers d’Art de France
Valérie FORME (Porcelain Painter, Secretary General ATELIERS D’ART DE FRANCE・France)Artist_profile

17:45-18:30

Question-and-answer session

18:45-21:00

Reception

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Symposium Part 2

“From Shigaraki – Considering the Possibilities of Clay”

In the Residency Program at the Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park, a variety of artists have come to create work in the medium of clay. As a result, we have been able to expand the expressive boundaries and possibilities of clay. From functional craft expressions through ceramics as modern art, the possibilities of clay expand according to the artist’s desires. By hearing about each artist’s approach to clay, we hope to provide an opportunity to think about the possibilities of ceramic art today.

Time schedule(September 10th,Thur.)

10:00-12:00

Mutsuo Yanagihara (Ceramic Artist, Professor Emeritus Osaka University of Art, Japan) Artist_profile
  &
Kazuko Todate (Art Critic, Member of IAC, Japan) Artist_profile

12:00-13:00

Break

13:00-15:00

Leiko Ikemura (Contemporary Artist, Proffessor of Berlin University of the Arts,Living in Germany)Artist_profile
Kazuhiko Miwa (Ceramic Artist, Japan)Artist_profile
Ole Lislerud (Ceramic Artist, Professor Emeritus, Oslo National Academy of theArts, Norway)Artist_profile

15:00-15:15

Break

15:15-16:15

Iwao Shinno (Ceramic Artist, Japan)Artist_profile
Zhau Wu (Ceramic Artist, Professor, China Academy of Art, China)Artist_profile

16:15-17:00

Free Discussion

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