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The Victorians viewed sight as the ‘sovereign’ of the senses andconsidered its loss highly disabling. From the late eighteenth century onwards charitable institutions provided education and training for blind children. Wealthy philanthropists such as Richard Glynn Vivian supported blind people’s charities, but from the middle of the nineteenth cent…
 
Bob Gelsthorpe is an artist, writer and co-director at Bit Studios. Faith is the key driving force in his practice-based research, which includes drawing, performance, photography, sculpture and curatorial projects. The work dictates the medium, as opposed to a medium focussed practice. Bob recorded this talk while he was our Artist in Residence du…
 
In this episode Lecturer and artist Tiff Oben presents the first in a series of three talks, searching for the Masters, overlooked makers, objects and the obscure, in a personal response to the Glynn Vivian Collection. Recorded in September 2014על ידי Glynn Vivian Art Gallery - On Air
 
In this episode, join Emma Gifford Mead as she discusses her curatorial practice including highlights from her time at Oriel Davies, Parasol Unit, and the British Council, leading up to curating the Jeremy Deller exhibition at the British Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, 2013. Recorded in March 2014על ידי Glynn Vivian Art Gallery - On Air
 
In Association with Swansea Remembers, Art historian and artist Barry Plummer, discussed the life of Augustus John, as part of a series of talks that looked at artists from the Glynn Vivian collection, and the complex relationship with War.Recorded in July 2014.על ידי Glynn Vivian Art Gallery - On Air
 
Writer Rachel Trezise discusses Cosmic Latte, her current collection of short fiction stories. Rachel won the Dylan Thomas Prize in 2006 and her first full length play, Tonypandemonium, was staged by National Theatre Wales in autumn 2013 and won ‘Best Production in the English Language’ at the Theatre Critics of Wales Awards in early 2014.…
 
The Glynn Vivian Art Gallery ‘Artist in Residence’ programme is an opportunity for the community to interact, exchange and engage with an artist and to offer artists an opportunity for reflection, research and collaboration. Zanne studied Fine Art in UWE, Bristol, gaining a Masters Degree at Bath Spa in 2013. Zanne explores the relationship between…
 
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