New Wave: Materials, Methods And Media, Glasgow School Of Art 1970-1986

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Podcast by Debi Banerjee

Episodios

  • Episode 05 - Some Are Big Like Pebbles and Some Are Small Like Sand

    Episode 05 - Some Are Big Like Pebbles and Some Are Small Like Sand

    10/11/2015 Duración: 31min

    Episode 05 ‘Some Are Big Like Pebbles and Some Are Small Like Sand’. This podcast investigates extra-curricular activities at the School, focussing on a programme of events that ran throughout the 1970s and into 1990s called Activities Week. The episode is composed of staff and student recollections of this time and features extracts of audio from performances by Ivor Cutler, Bruce McLean and Ian Breakwell from the 1980s programme.

  • Episode 04 - Talk, Make, Play

    Episode 04 - Talk, Make, Play

    03/11/2015 Duración: 35min

    Episode 4, ‘Talk, Make, Play’ is the second part of the podcasts focussing on the Mixed Media department at Glasgow School of Art. This part discusses the work made by the students of the department, the opportunities for students leaving art school in the late 1970s-early 1980s and what eventually happened to Mixed Media. It features in order of appearance: Mhairi Corr studied at GSA from 1977 specialised first in Product Design, then also moved to Mixed Media and spent her final year in Sculpture after the department closed. Brian Kelly studied at GSA from 1976 and specialised first in Printmaking then moved to Mixed Media. He started to teach at the School from 1985 and currently teaches 4th year Sculpture and Environmental Art. Roger Hoare worked at GSA for 8 years from 1973. He started as an assistant in the painting department and set up Mixed Media in 1977. Ronnie Forbes worked for 4 years at GSA from 1978. He taught in the Printmaking, Drawing and Painting and Mixed Media department during t

  • Episode 03 - Evolutionary not Revolutionary

    Episode 03 - Evolutionary not Revolutionary

    27/10/2015 Duración: 25min

    Episode 3, ‘Evolutionary not Revolutionary’ is the first of a two part podcast which looks at the Mixed Media course at Glasgow School of Art which ran from 1977-1981. This first part focuses on the formation of the department, which was set up and run by Roger Hoare. Mixed Media was set up as an area students could go to experiment with different media and to help create fluidity between Fine Art disciplines. The voices here provide some context to school’s environment in the 1970s, it is a combination of people who’d studied and taught on the course and impressions from students and staff in other departments. This podcast features, in order of appearance: Alastair Macdonald, studied at GSA from 1973 and specialised in Product Design. He started to teach in First Year Studies in 1984 and later in the Design School. He is currently Senior Researcher in the School of Design. Jayne Taylor studied at GSA from 1978 and specialised in Printmaking. Brian Kelly studied at GSA from 1976 and specialising first in

  • Episode 02 - Section Five

    Episode 02 - Section Five

    16/10/2015 Duración: 21min

    Episode 2, Section Five. Section Five was an experimental First Year course run by Ted Odling. Initially the course was set up in 1962. In 1965 Ted was awarded a Leverhulme Fine Arts Travel Grant to visit Art Colleges across Europe, following this trip Ted set up a new General Course at GSA for first and second year students. This podcast features in order of appearance: Noelle Odling, daughter of Ted Odling. Jimmy Cosgrove studied at GSA from 1969-1972, specialising in Textile Design. He became a member of staff at GSA from 1973-1999. He started as a Lecturer in Textile Design, then Head of Printed Textiles, Head of First Year Studies and subsequently Deputy Director of the School from 1990-1999. Jacki Parry studied at the school from 1970-1975, specialising in Printmaking and then gained a post-graduate diploma in Printed Textiles. She worked in both the Design and Fine Art school and became Head of Printmaking in 1991. Elspeth Lamb, a student of Section Five from 1969-1971 then specialised in Prin

  • Episode 01 - First Things First

    Episode 01 - First Things First

    06/10/2015 Duración: 26min

    Episode 1, First things First charts the changes that took place in the first year studies programme at Glasgow School of Art from 1968 to now. GSA ran a two-year general course as an integral part of the diploma programme up until 1970 when it changed to a one year course, eventually becoming more like a foundation. The podcast is a combination of people who had studied on the first year programme and others who had taught on it. It includes in order of appearance: Jimmy Cosgrove studied at GSA from 1968-1972, specialising in Printed Textiles. He became a member of staff from 1973-1999 and held a number of positions during this time including; Head of Printed Textiles, Head of First Year Studies and Deputy Director from 1990-1999. Jacki Parry studied at the School from 1970-1975, specialising in Printmaking and then gained a post-graduate diploma in Printed Textiles. She worked in both the Design and Fine Art schools and became Head of Printmaking in 1991. Peter Bevan taught in First Year Studies from