Time: July 2, 2012 from 6pm to 7:30pm
Location: Central Lecture Theatre Queensland College of Art
Street: 226 Grey Street
City/Town: South Bank Brisbane
Website or Map: http://www.griffith.edu.au/ab…
Event Type: lecture
Organized By: jewellery & small objects at qca
Latest Activity: Jun 30, 2012
Marian Hosking Choice of Motif
Leading Australian jeweller Marian Hosking will trace how she has continued to work in the field of jewellery and silver-smithing.
In 2012 Marian Hosking has had her work represented by Galerie Ra at four fairs: Object Rotterdam in February, Frame Munich in March, Collect London in May and a KunstRai , Amsterdam in July. She has 4 pieces in the Design Museum, London exhibition Unexpected Pleasures at NGV Melbourne and is currently working towards another NGV exhibition later this year. The lecture will cover her research methodology and journey as a jeweller and silversmith, how motifs are selected and translated into silver. As a jeweller and maker of small vessels with a keen interest in plants and ecological issues, she works extensively from specific natural environments in Australia selecting individual specimens to highlight their unique forms and sometimes threatened extinction.
When: 6pm, Monday 2 July 2012
Where: Central Lecture Theatre S05_2.04 Queensland College of Art Griffith University
226 Grey St South Bank Brisbane
Cost: GOLD COIN (J&SO third year students will be requesting a gold coin donation at the door to go towards their graduate exhibition).
Enquiries and rsvps: 07 3735 3153 email: firstname.lastname@example.org