Graham Hay: mid-January 2020 News

Post date: Jan 20, 2020 - Author: Stephen
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In the studios: With no-one else working in either of my two studios, I’m flat-out making and reading.  For social stimulus I’m listening to clay post casts,  posting my zig-zag progress

on Instagram, and chatting to other‘s in a similar situation.  This is my traditional January practice as I generate the beginning of new works and direction, without the distraction of teaching.  Drop over and say “hi”.
US international paper clay exhibition update: 2020-2021
The Particle & Wave exhibition  next opens at the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art in Utah State University: January 24 – May 2, 2020.  This exhibition is touring six US museums 2019-20.  Read more…2019 Studio exhibition wrap up
On my to-do list this month is to edit the videos of studio artists’ talks, from the Robertson Park Artists Studio Decompression,exhibition of held at Holmes à Court Gallery@No.10, in December last year.  When done I’ll put links from here.  If you want a taste of the paper clay inspired contemporary dance by WAAPA student choreographer Isabel Wartmann, with dancers Karlia Cook and Isobelle Collie, or to be alerted when they are all  edited and uploaded (final artist’s and dance video), follow my twitter.Studio Newsletter
As I’m still in holiday mode, I and most of the Robertson Park studio artists have yet to write up our short summation of 2019 and plans for 2020, to be included in the annual 1 page newsletter.  Once done, it’ll go up here. So If you visit that webpage, use the popup that appears to sign up to receive this annual one page newsletter as an email.  Hopefully by then I’ll know which of the China, Lapland and NZ projects will be going ahead!
 2020 Studio Classes
Established in 1998, my studio based classes continue in 2020.  
Follow Graham Hay on his website for more images and information during the year