Talking about the National Museum of Wales’ relationship with CSAD, Andrew says “I suppose it started off with the MA ceramics course and the fact that the course leaders were very keen that the students should have access to and be capable of studying historic ceramics,” he continues. “Having our collections on the doorstep is an obvious resource. Right from the beginning of my time here we’ve had MA students visiting and that has now extended to the BA course, as well. Pete Castle and Duncan Ayscough regularly bring students to the museum to look at collections in the gallery and in the store too. We do handling sessions for them.”
Read the full interview on the CSAD magazine website.