Creative Lives 13th March – Carina Cheung and Nick Fox

Creative Lives is a series of lectures about how artists work, live and thrive in the arts and creative industries.

The next lecture is on Tuesday 13th March 4.00-6.00pm in Propect Lecture Theatre 007, St Peters Campus and is open to all.

Since receiving a BFA in Glass from Rhode Island School of Design, Carina Cheung’s fascination and deep reverence for glass as a material has propelled her to circumnavigate the world to discover the traditions and unspoken nuances of glassmaking in places such as Murano, Italy and Firozabad, India, She currently lives and works in New York and Murano.

With work ranging from drawing to painting, installation and intricately laboured Objet d’art, Nick Fox’s practice is informed by disparate and sometimes contradictory reference points and layers of meaning, including Neo classical painting, Victorian visual culture, literature, craft, pornography and subcultural codes.

For more info please contact Cate Watkinson or consult the University Events pages.

[Text sourced from University promotional materials for this event]

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