Keiko Mukaide

Concepts The inspiration for my glass making has evolved from the nature of the material itself and its qualities which are unlike any other material.Influences Spirituality/Religion, Nature, Ancient cultures/Myths; own cultural identity (Asian); own gender (Female)Career path Qualifications: 1991 MA Ceramic and Glass, Royal College of Art, London 1987 Pilchuck Glass School, USA 1983 Penland Arts and Crafts, USA 1982 Pilchuck Glass School, USA 1977 BA Visual Communication Design, Musashino Art University, Japan Teaching Experience: 1993-present Part-time Tutor, Glass Department, Edinburgh College of Art 1998 Kiln-form glass workshop, Glas and Keramikskolen På Bornholm, Denmark 1997 TA, Delegates to inspirational glass workshop by Diana Hobson, Northalnds Creative Glass, Scotland 1996 Kiln-Forming, Workshop, Gray's School of Art, Aberdeen 1996 Kiln-Forming, Workshop, Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow Collections: Victoria and Albert Museum, London The Corning Museum of Glass, New York, USA Kunstmuseum Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, Germany Kunstgewerbemuseum, Dresden, Germany Musée du Verrer de Sars-Poteries, France The Crafts Council, London Aberdeen Art Gallery and Museum Shipley Art Gallery and Museum The Museum of Decorative Arts, Montreal, Canada read full statement

Location Edinburgh, Scotland