Artists in Conversation: Laurelie Rae

Yunus Emre Institute in London and Leighton House are delighted to announce another fascinating series of talks featuring notable contemporary artists, exploring the classical and traditional arts and crafts of Turkey. Through the talks, we aim to showcase Leighton House and Frederic, Lord Leighton’s travels and appreciation of Turkey and highlight the work of the Institute.

Today, we can observe an increased interest in traditional Turkish-Islamic art. However much interesting facts and rituals remain unknown and unspoken about. Each talk will explore the path of a different artist, who will provide an insight into their experience and thoughts shaped by their individual area of art.

For the third talk of the series, we are joined by Laurelie Rae on Tuesday 14th July 2020 at 18:00 as she talks about her artistic journey and the art of Turkish ceramics.

Guest Speaker: Laurelie Rae (Ceramicist)

Date: Tuesday 14th July 2020

Time: 18:00 pm (BST)

Online Webinar via ZOOM. This event is FREE but registration is ESSENTIAL ***

For online booking please CLICK HERE.

Laurelie Rae is a teaching artist, living and making art in Istanbul since 2014. Rae completed her master’s degree in the U.K.’s Prince’s Foundation School of Traditional Arts before moving to Istanbul to continue her academic and practical studies of the traditional and modern art. Her areas of interest are Islamic ceramics, drawing and illustration. She is an author and museum education consultant who specializes in traditional and Islamic art methods and techniques. She is the author of “Islamic Art & Architecture: Memories of Seljuk & Ottoman Masterpieces” .

***Sadly not everyone who registers shows up on the day of the event. Therefore, all tickets for our talks are over-issued by a percentage to compensate for ‘no-shows’. Due to this, entrance is subject to webinar capacity and is served on a first-come, first-served basis. This registration/e-Ticket does not guarantee entrance. Thank you for your understanding.

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