In-Process Studio: Metalwork with Brigitte Clavette

$150.00

Instructor:  Brigitte Clavette

Date: August 7 – 9, 2020        Friday: 7.00 – 9.00 pm   Sat/Sun: 9.30 am – 4.00 pm

Cost: $150.00 (We do not charge HST)

Bursaries available, please contact us for more information if interested.

A credit or full refund will be provided if the course is cancelled.

Registration Deadline:   May 8, 2020

Minimum/Maximum No of Students:    5 / 12

Experience level/Ages preferred: Participants in this workshop will have already embarked on an art career, either full- or part-time. They will have technical competence with their material and will have already produced a number of works.

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Description

IPCS Course Description:

This workshop is part of our continuing In-Process Creative Studios. Led by acclaimed artist Brigitte Clavette, this workshop is designed for metal artists with an active metals practice in functional or sculptural works. The course is designed to be an intensive, collaborative weekend of idea sharing, mentorship, peer critique, and critical dialogue. Participants will come with an idea, body of work or in-progress piece to the workshop in the metalsmithing studio at Sunbury Shores, equipped for bronze, copper and silver. Limited to 6, participants will receive one-on-one mentorship and will delve into conceptual and critical thinking to push their practice forward.

About the Artist:

Silversmith Brigitte Clavette has been Head of the Jewellery and Metal Arts Studio and taught at the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design in Fredericton since 1985. She has also taught at the Nova Scotia College of Art and Design, the Nunavut Arctic College, the Haliburton School of Arts and the Community College of New Brunswick in Dieppe. Her hollowware and silver works have been shown internationally and are held in private and public collections across the country and internationally, including the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, England and the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto. Clavette became a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts in 2000, won the Excellence Award for Craft from the Province of NB in 2002, and the prestigious Strathbutler Award in 2006. She has been a regular and much-appreciated contributor to our programming.