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DesignLab Schools Project: Ceramics with James Rigler and Alperton Community School

  On a cold and misty January morning, a group of Year 10 students from Alperton Community School were taken up to the highest point of the V&A – the cupola over the grand entrance. Health & Safety Advisor in tow, the students climbed the 137 steps to reach the outdoor viewing platform to sketch […]

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One month to go…

The end of March sees Sophia, Marcia and James coming to the end of their residencies here at the Museum. With this in mind I thought I would pop up to James’ studio and share with you some pictures of what’s been going on up there! If you’d like a chance to hear more about […]

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New Year updates from the residency programme

The New Year marks just three months left of James and Sophia’s residencies! Both have a lots lined up between now and the end of March and we’ll also be welcoming our new visual artist in residence, Marcia Kure, in a few days time. Open studios are still running regularly – the dates of which […]

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New work by James Rigler

James Rigler has been very busy up in his studio in recent weeks. I wanted to share a few snaps of what he’s been creating, inspired by the architectural shapes, furniture and textures around the Museum. James is posting regular photos on his instagram account and if you’d like to see all of James’ work […]

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New adventures and new faces

James Rigler and Sophia George have been with us just over a month now, and both are settling in brilliantly. James’ studio is looking busy and colourful, and he’s started to create some clay works that respond to the V&A’s architectural forms. This one is getting ready to be fired in our little kiln that […]

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Welcoming our new Artists in Residence!

On the 1st October we welcomed our new artists in residence into the V&A fold. Sophia George, BAFTA award winning games designer and one of our youngest ever residents at only 23 years old, is creating a gamers hub in the smaller of our Sackler centre studios. By the end of her six months with […]

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