Explore the tactile quality of clay on 10 December with artist Sarah Christie as part of the Heads up! Shining a light on innovations in oral health exhibition programme.
Working individually, and as a group, this active making session will delve into sculpture and mark-making in 3D, providing an opportunity to unleash your creativity while enjoying the calm and focus that simply playing with clay can offer.
Everyone is welcome and no previous experience is needed to take part.
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About the artist
Sarah Christie is an artist and educator whose sculptural clay practice is often site-specific and ephemeral. Breakage, fracture, instability, and forces of creation, destruction and renewal are common threads in her work. Not everything becomes a finished piece of work but instead contributes to a longer process of revealing something and informing what might come next.
Sarah has been Visiting Artist at Imperial College since 2015, teaching art and observation skills on the Medicine, Medical Humanities and Biomedicine programmes. She also hosts clay and drawing workshops in a variety of settings.
Heads up! Shining a light on innovations in oral health
2 – 13 December 2019 | Monday – Friday, 12.00 – 18.00
Heads up! Shining a light on innovations in oral health is a collaboration between King’s College London’s Faculty of Dentistry, Oral & Craniofacial Sciences and the university’s Culture team.
Image: Human ear drum and canal at 17 gestational weeks – Mona Mozaffari, Centre for Craniofacial, Stem Cell & Regenerative Biology, King’s College London
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