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NBCCD Guest Lecture Series: Kristyn Cooper 🎙
December 1, 2022 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
THURSDAYS, 12 PM-1 PM ADT TIME ZONE (GMT-3)
December 1st: Kristyn Cooper
This year, Advanced Studio Practice’s Guest Lecture Series is partnering with the Beaverbrook Art Gallery to celebrate local artisans.
Hosted every Thursday from 12pm to 1pm, guest speakers will deliver an hour-long lecture, speaking to their practice, process, and life as a working artist.
The Guest Lecture Series models successful contemporary practice to NBCCD students. It informs, inspires, and ignites art and design dialogue and engagement within the local arts community.
The ASP Guest Lecture Series is hosted by the New Brunswick College of Craft and Design’s Advanced Studio Practice certificate program each year and is organized, in part, by its students, as well as being part of the program’s curriculum. It brings artists from across New Brunswick to speak to NBCCD students and the greater public.
Advanced Studio Practice students focus on self-directed studio work, in addition to implementing a professional career plan through networking, mentorship, pop-up shows, exhibitions, wholesale opportunities, and more. Students will acquire business skills and enhanced studio practice to launch into self-employment or a successful career in the creative cultural sector.
In 2022, the guest lectures will return to an in-person format allowing the community to gather and engage. Those who attend the lecture will gain free access to the Beaverbrook Art Gallery and its collections afterwards.
The ASP Guest Lecture Series focuses on New Brunswick and provides:
- A platform for the presentation and advancement of professional artists, designers, and fine craft practitioners.
- A time for dialogue about ideas and opportunities in the fields of contemporary practice.
- A celebration of creative and cultural riches that we hold in Atlantic Canada.
These noon-hour sessions celebrate the creative, cultural, and academic achievements of artists, designers, and fine craft practitioners.
For further information or to receive updates, please contact: Jean.Rooney@gnb.ca
The series is free and open to the public.