ETC ART/WORK with Jake Spicer featuring Anita Taylor

by Cass Art

In the first of a new series of online interviews exploring the personal stories of artists Jake Spicer talks to artist, curator and educator Professor Anita Taylor about how she became one of the most influential voices in contemporary drawing. During the interview we hear about her early life and education and how she balances her roles as founding director the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize & Drawing Projects UK with her personal practice as an artist and her role as Dean of DJCAD at the University of Dundee. This recording was made from a live interview on the 27th Nov 2020 and is part of the ETC: ART/WORK series it was hosted by Draw Brighton with support from Cass Art and funded supporters of the Draw Brighton Patreon.

About Anita Taylor

Professor Anita Taylor is a widely exhibited artist and Dean of Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design at the University of Dundee. She is the founding Director of the UKs foremost annual drawing exhibition, the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize (previously the Jerwood Drawing Prize) and Drawing Projects UK, a public-facing initiative dedicated to drawing.

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The new ETC: ART/WORK programme aims to showcase the variety of careers in the arts through conversations with leading figures in art and design. The talks are run by Draw Brighton with support from Cass Art and are funded by our supporters on Patreon. 


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