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Creativity in the Bronze Age: A Response brings together works by seven craft artists working with CinBA. The exhibition is part of an ongoing exchange between academic researchers working in archaeology and contemporary makers / artists engaged in practice-based research. … Continue reading
Rachel Brockhurst Helen Marton Syann van Niftrik News entry at Danish National Museum’s website
Ceramics students participating in the CinBA Project were invited to exhibit at the Santorini Biennale of Arts 2012. An electronic catalogue of the exhibition curated by Tracey Holt Walkden can be viewed on the CinBA Live Exhibition project page.
Now registration is open for CinBA organised conference Creativity: An Exploration Through the Bronze Age and Contemporary Responses to the Bronze Age !
CinBA session focuses on creativity in the European Bronze Age. Studies of creativity frequently focus on the modern era, yet creativity has always been part of human history. The European Bronze Age is an extremely dynamic period. This session explores … Continue reading
Creativity: An Exploration Through the Bronze Age and Contemporary Responses to the Bronze Age 10th – 11th April 2013 Magdalene College, University of Cambridge, UK At the same time as we assume creativity as embedded in human history, it is … Continue reading
In the academic year 2010-2011 the CinBA Project invited course leaders of contemporary craft subjects at Higher Education and Further Education level to become involved in the research through a Live Project opportunity for their students. Using Bronze Age objects … Continue reading
The children took part in the CinBA project through a collaboration between Southampton University and the weekly animation club run by teacher and digital media facilitator Peter Harvey in Bitterne Park Secondary School. Find out more >>