Studio of Ceramics and Porcelain and the Studio of Textile Design in Chungnam National University in Korea
Created: 4. 5. 2016 from Vysoká škola uměleckoprůmyslová v Praze

Presentation of the Studio of Ceramics and Porcelain and the Studio of Textile Design in Chungnam National University in Korea.

From 16 to 18 May, AAAD – specifically our Studio of Textile design and Studio of Ceramics and Porcelain – will be presented at Chungnam National University in Korea. In the course of the presentation there will be a lecture on the history of the school and the ceramics and textile design studios, their focus, the work of students and teachers. The school will be represented by Jitka Škopová, Maxim Velčovský, Markéta Vinglerová and Milan Pekař. As well as the lecture, there will be a week-long mini-exhibition of selected works by Czech and Korean students, the common theme of which will be experimentation. 

The Studio of Ceramics and Porcelain will be represented by the exhibiting students Adam Železný (Explosion), Vendula Radostová (Cut-Glass Vases) and Martina Hudečková (Bowls), and the tutors Maxim Velčovský (Snow Vases) and Milan Pekař (Crystalline Vases). The Studio of Textile Design will be represented by the students Alžběta Hnízdilová (Gifts of the Earth – works based on processed resin), Pavla Nosková (experiments with the conservation capabilities of peat), Eliška Hlaváčková (Faults of Wood glass vessels), Amálie Koppová (water purifier – Active Charcoal), Lucie Miklóšová (work with recycling and processing of eggshells) and the studio head, Jitka Škopová, who will present pieces made in cooperation with Czech industry.

In addition, videos will be screened – of Adam Železný’s experimental vase-making Explosion, Entropy of Products of the Royal Dux Manufactory by Vendula Radostová, both from the Studio of Ceramics and Porcelain, and two videos from the Studio of Textile Design – one of which is dedicated to experimentation and the approach to the initiation of various projects (this project was supported by the Technical University in Liberec, which provided its laboratories), and the second is concerned with investigation of flexible material.