Ceramic design students from the Reykjavik School of Visual Art in Nýp. A course with the leadership of professional artist- and design teachers; glazing with natural minerals and firing the kiln
A group of travellers visit Nýp
Ceramic designer Ólöf Erla fired her ceramic jars in the Nýp ceramic kiln.
Exhibition in Reykhólasveit and Dalabyggð,
Artists: Bjarki Bragason, Eygló Harðardóttir, Logi Bjarnason , Gerd Tinglum, Tumi Magnússon
Curators: Sólveig Aðalsteinsdóttir and Þóra Sigurðardóttir
Dalir og hólar–2014–LITUR uses abandoned houses and open spaces at eclectic sites in western Iceland to exhibit art work. Litur (color) is the theme. The artists wish to engage with the inhabitants of this remote area, to contribute to local culture, share international contemporary art, and for everyone to enjoy the area’s spectacular scenery in the process.
The summer 2014 we had our first Seaweed Seminars, exploring vegetables of the sea–edible algae–along the coastline of Breiðafjörður with marine biologist Karl Gunnarsson, and afterwards enjoy the culinary possibilities of Icelandic seaweed with Kuniko Ibayashi Changchien. Kuniko is from Hokkaido, the seaweed capital of Japan, and she will be flying in from Tokyo to join us.
Image: Kuniko Ibayashi Changchien prepares seaweed at home in Tokyo.