Who is Jess Cooper?

Who is Jess Cooper?

Jess Cooper Consulting Workshop facilitator, nonprofit project guide, and online nonprofit educator. Creator of the online course Nonprofit Wellness: Practical Steps for Understanding and Improving the Health of Your Nonprofit Organization.

What materials does Jess Riva Cooper use?

Ceramic, glaze, underglaze, acrylic ink, oil clay, foam, cardboard.

What is the setting of I am still alive?

Parents need to know that Kate Alice Marshall’s thriller I Am Still Alive is the story of 16-year-old Jess Cooper, who finds herself alone (along with a wolf dog named Bo) in the Canadian wilderness after the murder of her father.

Who is Johnson Tsang?

Johnson Tsang first took a clay modeling class in 1991, during his thirteen-year career as a policeman. Now 58 years old, Tsang is a prolific creator of sculptures of faces that are stretched and opened up in surreal ways and that push the boundaries of realism.

How does Ah Xian make his sculptures?

The cloisonne technique involves the positioning of shaped copper wires onto his subjects during the process of enameling. These are then filled with coloured ceramic by hand. A glaze on the sculpture may proceed; dependent on the aesthetic Xian aims in achieving or material of the work used.

What happened at the end of I am still alive?

Still battered from the car crash that took her mother’s life, Jess is sent to live in the remote Canadian wilderness with Carl, the father she barely remembers—and then he’s murdered.

Is Johnson Tsang alive?

For Tsang, who was born in 1960 in Hong Kong and still lives there, sculpting is the language in which he can communicate his observations of the world.

What is Johnson Tsang known for?

What was Ah Xian influenced by?

Ah Xian had travelled to Jingdezhen, China and this is where the inspiration for this exhibition originated. The artist was also influenced by his own journey – one that combined his own culture and the ideas of the Western world.

Where did Ah Xian go to school?

Sydney College of the Arts
In 1996, Xian took up a one-year residency placement at Sydney College of the Arts enabling access to a studio space, materials and kilns.

What is not alive?

A non-living thing is anything that was never alive. In order for something to be classified as living, it must grow and develop, use energy, reproduce, be made of cells, respond to its environment, and adapt. While many things meet one or more of these criteria, a living thing must meet all of the criteria.