The Cass HotHouse will be holding its second talk with London-based artist, Amelie Barnathan, next month.
Date: 31 October 2017
The Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design (The Cass) will be hosting the second talk in its HotHouse Series on 3 November.
Award-winning artist, Amelie Barnathan, whose work spans illustration, fine art and printmaking, will be visiting The Cass as part of HotHouse, the School’s Visual Communication talks.
The London-based artist’s inspiration for her captivating and creative work stems from her strong passion for drawing, specifically for its intimacy and close relationship with the mind.
Amelie recently exhibited at Nasty Women Exhibition: London, where she showcased a series of drawings that she produced during the final year of her MA course at The Royal College of Art.
She also won the Jerwood Drawing Student Prize in 2016 with a five metre-long drawing on female hysteria, which is now being exhibited in the Stillpoint Space Psychology Centre.
The HotHouse is a visual communication studio at The Cass that enables dialogue between design education and industry. It’s a space that sits outside the curriculum, yet feeds into it. It informs and evolves teaching and learning practice through ongoing dialogue, publishing and events.
The Visual Communication talks held at The Cass HotHouse feature leading industry creatives in the fields of illustration, graphic design and publishing.
The talks are free and open to the public. Please book your place on Eventbrite.