GlassRoutes [electronic resource] : from Wolverhampton to China / edited by Stuart Garfoot.

GlassRoutes [electronic resource] : from Wolverhampton to China / edited by Stuart Garfoot.
Wolverhampton : School of Art & Design, University of Wolverhampton, the Centre for Art, Design, Research and Experimentation (CADRE), 2008.
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1 CD-ROM (236 pages) : color illustrations ; 4 3/4 in.
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Garfoot, Stuart.
Cummings, Keith.
University of Wolverhampton. School of Art & Design.
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NK5198.G5474 2008
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Glass routes, from Wolverhampton to China
"Exhibition Glass Routes (23 August-15 November 2008) is presented by Wolverhampton Arts + Museums & Bilston Craft Gallery in association with the School of Art & Design at the University of Wolverhampton"--Colophon.
Electronic exhibition catalog.
Curated by Stuart Garfoot and Keith Cummings.
Includes bibliographical references.
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The 'GlassRoutes' exhibition and catalogue examines the role and impact of Professor Keith Cummings upon glass education in the UK and China. Through his work at Stourbridge College and the University of Wolverhampton Keith has proved guidance, support and career advice to some of the most important international glass artists. The exhibition looks back through forty years of work; examining the range of work produced by Cummings in glass and metal as well as in drawings and paintings. His work is contextualized amongst his colleagues in the glass world, which include a range of former students who are now academics, artists, designers and respected glass makers. Over the last forty years, Keith has influenced the present and future generations of glass artists and designers all over the world. The exhibition and catalogue specifically examines the effects of the University of Wolverhampton glass programme upon newly established university programmes in studio glass in Shanghai and Beijing.
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English and Chinese.
Includes glass artists Brian Blanthorn, Keith Cummings, Stuart Garfoot, Catherine Hough, Ronald Pennell, David Reekie, Colin Reid, Jenny Barker, Chris Bird-Jones, Keith Brocklehurst, Gillian Burdett, Maureen Cahill, Vanessa Cutler, Iestyn Davies, Julie Anne Denton, George Elliott, Fang Min, Sharon Foley, Guo Qimei, Katy Holford, Ken Howell, Gillies Jones, Xue Lu, Robert Pratt McMachan, Joanna Manousis, Joanne Newman, Susan Nixon, Liu Peng, Gerhard Ribka, Nicola Schellander, Victoria Scholes, Harry Seager, Elaine Sheldon, Ruth Spaak, Max Stewart, Andrew Wilcox, Wang Dawei, Zhuang Xiaowei, Shannon Guo, Xiao Tai, Cheng Xiang, Guan Donghai, Shi Cheng, Xiong Dudu, Pan Hongfei, Li Fubiao, and Li Zhenning.
Glass routes / Andrew Brewerton --
Continuity and change in glass history / Keith Cummings --
The glass baton: a personal view / Stuart Garfoot --
Glass tiger / Susanne K. Frantz --
The development of studio glass at Shanghai University: the influence of Wolverhampton University and Professor Keith Cummings / Zhange Xiaowei --
Creating with glass / Guan Donghai --
Developing glass practice through creative research / Kristina Niedderer --
The glass seed: growing with the soil of China / Xue Lu --
Creative pathways 1 / David Reekie --
Creative pathways 2 / Katy Holford --
Exhibiting artists --
College of Fine Arts, Shanghai University --
Tsingua University, Beijing.