3DDesign – Manchester School of Art

Keeping you up to date with the all the latest work from students, staff, and graduates of the programme, and highlighting the best work & events for 3D Designers from around the world.

Graduate Success

5774a9bc-4c80-4b6f-a6f9-a25e0187d595Covet at the New School House Gallery in York features the work of four graduates from the programme.  Emma Dickinson (whose work you may remember from last years degree show) is showing her handbuilt ceramic bowls influenced by clothing patterns (pictured).  Congratulations to her for already making headway in the professional arena.

Also showing are Paul Reid (2009), Laura Negus (2012) and Sarah Crosby (2013).

Paul specializes in thrown pottery, creating both functional and decorative handmade ceramics. In 2011-12 he completed a residency at the internationally acclaimed Guldagergård Ceramic Centre in Denmark, as part of its International Networking Project.

Laura, practices from her studio in Manchester and produces a range of work from conceptually driven short films to made artefacts in porcelain that evidence her wry wit and sometimes, dark humour.  Check her out on vimeo – http://vimeo.com/lauranegus.

Sarah works with paper clay, making illustrative ceramics imbued with personal narrative. She has exhibited her work at the Bluecoat Craft Centre in Liverpool amongst other venues. Alongside her practice, Sarah is currently working at Venture Arts in Manchester.

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This entry was posted on November 27, 2014 by in Exhibitions to visit, Graduate Projects, The latest in 3D Design.


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