Visual Arts Highlights
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Glenn Sujo was awarded a Paul Mellon Research Fellowship in 1993-4 for his innovatory ideas on drawing in art education, Sujo has continued to make a lively contribution toward the recovery of drawing language in art polemics and British higher education, through practice-led research, publications, exhibitions, and other curatorial projects.
The preview is preceded by a lecture in Griffiths Lecture Theatre: 17.00 - 18.00.
Preview: Monday 25 November : 18.30-20.00.
This exhibition marks the appointment of the G. F. Watts Associate Artist.
Glenn Sujo has achieved international recognition as a visual artist, educator, author and curator with a special interest in the expressive, analytic, symbolic, and imaginative possibilities of drawing.
A two-day intensive workshop celebrating the vitality, power and resilience of drawn marks in response to the lithe human figure. This challenging, practical workshop is suitable for intermediate and advanced artists and students of Art. It incorporates a visit to the University's National Resource Centre for Dance.