Glynn Vivian invites earthenware enthusiasts to give talks for new film art project

By Nick Owen | 15 August 2011
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Some of the items in the Glynn Vivian collection
© Courtesy of Glynn Vivian Art Gallery
If you are potty for pottery or earnest for earthenware you’re day may have arrived.

Glynn Vivian Art Gallery in Swansea is looking for volunteers to choose and talk about an object from their ceramic collection on August 22.

The talk can be anecdotal, academic or simply personal to you, and will be filmed by artist David Cushway as part of a new series of interpretation films.

The film will be presented alongside other filmic interpretations of the art gallery by Ryan Owen and Anthony Shapland for its Permanent Collection.

Glynn Vivian houses numerous examples of Welsh, English, Oriental and European pottery, including works by major Rococo porcelain artist Franz Anton Bustelli.

Anyone is welcome to apply providing you have previously visited the gallery.

Contact Gordon.Dalton@swansea.gov.uk for further details.
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