1000 Miles Apart Conference: Peter Barbor Artist LectureAlberta College of Art and Design Calgary, Alberta
Arts visuels, Métiers d'art — Entretien et discussion
Born in Indiana, Pennsylvania, Peter Barbor has lived and worked across the United States. He received his BFA, Honors in Ceramics from the Rhode Island School of Design in 2010. In 2017, he graduated from the University of Washington’s 3D4M program having earned the de Cillia Teaching with Excellence Award.
Straddling territory between ceramics, sculpture, and drawing, Peter’s work engages the histories and mythologies of the sculpted figure. He is particularly concerned with exposing vulnerabilities and porosities in how these narratives define masculinity.
Peter has been an artist-in-residence at the Worcester Center for Crafts, Kirkland Arts Center, and Anderson Ranch Arts Center and most recently has been invited as Visiting Faculty in the Ceramics department at ACAD.
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|sam 29 sep||14h30 à 15h30|
1407 14th Avenue NW
Access from the SAIT/ACAD/Jubilee LRT station Nearest parking is at Jubilee Lot J2 Wheelchair access from parking level 3, via elevator near the Luke Lindoe Library hallway
Alberta College of Art and Design
Since 1926, the Alberta College of Art + Design (ACAD) has been a major contributor to Canada’s visual culture, with graduates gaining significant reputations as creative leaders. ACAD's School of Craft + Emerging Media (SC+EM) is home to the Ceramics, Fibre, Glass, Jewellery + Metals and Media Arts programs and provides a rigorous and experimental environment that charts new territories in how materials, technology and ideas connect to objects and experiences.
Contact - Événement
Martina Lantin/Zimra Beiner
martina(dot)lantin(at)acad(dot)ca // zimra(dot)beiner(at)acad(dot)ca
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Mots clés: Poterie, Contemporain