Thursday, November 13, 2008

Please join us for an informational meeting on the Tyler Art Workshop in Scotland. In addition to an overview of the program including images of the beautiful landscape and associated costs, Ken Mitchell, the coordinating faculty member from the Glasgow School of Art (GSA), will be joining us to talk about the GSA and answer questions.

Meeting Details
Thursday, November 13, 2008
12:00 noon, Tyler Hall Conference Room

Program Overview
In conjunction with the Glasgow School of Art, the Crafts Department of Tyler offers a studio program in Scotland. The program consists of four weeks of travel and intensive studio workshops in a variety of media, and explores the art, culture, and geographic beauty of Great Britain. Students will experience different elements of Scotland’s culture in urban and rural environments. The workshop begins by living and working in a 19th century castle called Hospitalfield House, now a hostel and a museum, which is situated in the small east coast fishing village of Arbroath, followed by a trip to the rugged and beautiful Isle of Harris. The workshop will conclude in Glasgow to work in the studios of the famous art school building designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. While working at the Glasgow School of Art, students will study with Tyler faculty as well as with resident artists.

Program dates June 3-29, 2009

For additional information contact Chad Curtis:

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