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The GLUCKSMAN Little Interview

Every month we ask the same set of questions to someone collaborating with us. Over the last two years, we have interviewed diverse members of the Glucksman community - artists, academics, staff members, guests, audiences and workshop participants. The responses were funny, inspiring, revealing and always a great read. The archive of 2015's interviews can be found here and the 2016 archive is here. Thanks to all who took part!

This month, our Little Interview features artist Cassandra Eustace, who is one of the professional art facilitators involved in our education courses and workshops.


Cassandra Eustace: May 2018

What are you reading?
Anni Albers on Weaving and ‘Seeing through drawing’ by Philip Rawson.

Favourite museum?
Pitt Rivers Museum, Oxford.

Best performance?
Being mistaken for my twin, holding lengthy conversations and not fessing up.

What is your most treasured possession?
The one you can't lose.

What work(s) of art inspire you?
Seeing Aboriginal wall drawings in the Kimberley, Western Australia. Seeing the The Red room (Harmony in Red) 1908 and The Dance 1910, by Matisse in London.

A lightbulb moment?
Artist Robert Unwin.

Guilty pleasure?
See answer for Best Performance.

What would you like to be doing right now?
Enjoying a picnic beside the sea.


2018 Little Interviews:

Sonia Shiel, May 2018

Dara McGrath, February/March 2018

Nuala Finnegan, January 2018

2017 Little Interviews:

Katharina Cibulka, December 2017

Claire Connolly, November 2017

Andreas Kindler von Knobloch, October 2017

Umberto and Marco, September 2017

Kirstie North
, August 2017

Jane Hyland, July 2017

Brendan O'Sé, June 2017

Ella de Búrca, May 2017

Lothar Götz, April 2017

Siobhan McGibbon, March 2017

John Cryan, February 2017

Find the 2016 Little Interviews here

Find the 2015 Little Interviews here