The Artists Who Captured Victorian England in Clay: Commemorative Figure Production
7.00pm Wednesday, 6 November 2019
Imagination Room, Level 5
National Library Building
100 Victoria Street
Victorian clay commemorative figures started production in Staffordshire, in the Midlands of England, during the early 19th century, when potters began to produce ceramic figures that chronicled all the important characters and events of the day. These included royal and military figures at significant moments in their careers, as well as performers, politicians, clerics, sportsmen, explorers, and other folk heroes of the day.
About Tim Clark
Tim is an avid collector of Staffordshire – an interest inspired by an antiques dealer grandmother and artist/potter mother. Tim and his wife have lived in Singapore for 35 years, and he has spent over ten years teaching Mass Communication at Nanyang Technological University (NTU) and now continues to lecture part-time. He is a Councillor of the Southeast Asian Ceramic Society (SEACS).
This talk is free and open to the public, SEACS members and their guests. No RSVP is required. The program will begin at 7.00pm promptly and end at approximately 8.15pm. Parking is available in the National Library basement carpark and the closest MRT stop is Bras Basah.