As part of CASW 80th anniversary celebrations Trevor Fishlock will be giving a lecture titled Art, Love and Money : The Davies Sisters of Llandinam. The event is being held in the Temple of Peace, Cardiff on Wednesday 6th April 2017.
Trevor Fishlock is a writer and broadcaster who reported as a foreign correspondent from more than sixty countries for The Times and The Daily Telegraph. He is the author of books on Wales, India, Russia, America and on nineteenth-century exploration, and has written and presented more than one hundred and fifty television programmes about life and history in Wales.
Salvo Trigilia is a medical doctor from Sicily who has a MA in the history of art from Birkbeck College. While continuing to work in emergency medicine, he also has become a favourite of tour companies specialising in visits with an interest in art and architecture, particularly in the Renaissance and Baroque periods.
Cardiff School of Architecture
Laura Ford, born in Cardiff, studied at Bath Academy of Art, 1978-1982, which included a sojourn at the Cooper Union School of Art, New York , followed by Chelsea School of Art for a year .Among a host of very eminent tutors were Anthony Gormley and Peter Randall-Page. At Chelsea she became a lecturer from 1983-1995 after which she was Senior Lecturer in Art at Middlesex University. Now she lives in Camden with her husband and children.
She is identified with the New British Sculpture Movement. Her work is found in a multitude of prestigious collections including the Tate, the V and A, MOMA and the National Museum of Wales, to name but a few.
Laura Ford’s sculptures are faithful representations of fantasy both menacing and tender. Meticulous observation together with humour engage with a wide perspective on social and political issues. Her work is both intensely crafted and playful and she employs a wide range of media.
Lisvane Saturday Lunches – Laura Ford – 25th March 10:30. Please click on link for more details lisvane-25-3-17