Wednesday, 23 December 2009
Thank you for all of your support over the last month or so, until another crEATe edible sculpture competition is set, you can follow what I'm up to at my own blog: www.nikkimcwilliams.blogspot.com.
I will of course update this with any news of future crEATe events, plus you can also keep yourself up to date with other making and caking projects I've got lined up for 2010!
See you there!
Friday, 11 December 2009
Hilary Grant, a graduate of Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design won First Prize, with her Weetabix Berlin Wall entitled, Looking For Freedom, a witty tribute to David Hasslehoff's involvement in its crumble (pardon the pun!)
Janet McAughtrie stole Third Place with her Luscious Lemon Cake, complete with Lemon protesters and pastry placards.
Thank you also to our Panel of Judges: Gillian from Dundee's Parlour Cafe; DOJCAD Gallery-Textiles graduate Mahala Lemay, and DOJCAD student and member of the OverwhelmingFilm night, Neil Ogg.
Thursday, 10 December 2009
Monday, 7 December 2009
For crEATe 2009, we have been lucky enough to have had a fantastic prize donated by the wonderful Tunnock's, in Uddingstone. Originally a bakers, Tunnock's pride themselves on the highest quality confectionary over generations.
Friday, 4 December 2009
Tuesday, 1 December 2009
Wednesday, 25 November 2009
I'd like to announce an event which I'll be organising on the 10th of December 2009, in the Cooper Gallery, Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design. It's called crEATe 2009 and it combines my all time favourite two things: Cake and Art! There's an OPEN CALL for submissions (You don't have to be a Student of the University of Dundee) of Cakes and Edible Sculptures. All entries will be exhibited and judged by a panel of "Experts"! There'll be prizes for winners, and most importantly, the chance to eat the art.
As well as the Cake Competition, Duncan of Jordanstone's Overwhelming Film Night are screening the fantastically gruesome Delicatessen, along with exhibiting a collection of the group's film posters. DJCAD's Cooper Gallery will be transformed into a mini "Cinema" (with free popcorn, of course) to complete the night.