Artists in Conversation : Adam Williamson

Yunus Emre Institute in London is delighted to restart their fascinating “Artists in Conversations” series of talks featuring notable contemporary artists, exploring the classical and traditional arts and crafts of Turkey.

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 sixth talk of the series, we are joined by Adam Williamson on Monday 23rd of November 2020 at 18:00 (GMT) as he talks about his artistic journey and the art of Islamic patterns.

Artists in Conversation

Guest Speaker: Adam Williamson

Moderator: Zeynep Iqbal

Date: Monday 23rd November 2020

Time: 18:00 pm (BST)

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

For online booking please CLICK HERE.

Adam Williamson is a skilled stone/wood carver and practicing artist. He has been commissioned by HRH the Prince of Wales, Oxford University, Shakespeare’s Globe London, Kew Gardens & Westminster Abbey.

Adam is a leading specialist in biomorphic art (Arabesque / Islimi), he is a sessional lecturer at Birkbeck, University of London, has lectured at Cambridge University and taught in schools and museums across London, including the British Library, V&A, British Museum and PSTA. He wrote the Islimi chapter for the recently published Thames and Hudson book: Arts and Crafts of the Islamic Lands

Adam has traveled to study & work with many artists and craftsmen around the world including Keith Critchlow and Norhaiza Noordin. He was the subject of a documentary when he traveled to Malaysia and Indonesia looking at woodcarving and biomorphic art in that area.

This talk forms part of the Artists in Conversation Series organised by Yunus Emre Institute in London

***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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