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Jacqui Ansell

个人简介

个人简介

Jacqui曾于埃塞克斯大学(Essex University)修读艺术史与理论,并获科陶德艺术学院(Courtauld Institute)服装史硕士学位。 她曾于伦敦国家美术馆(National Gallery,London)任教育官员,也是开放大学(Open University)的导师与作者。 Jacqui拥有广泛的教学经验,不仅在国家美术馆、国家肖像美术馆(National Portrait Gallery)和华莱士珍藏馆(Wallace Collection)的公共讲座上定期讲学,而且是艺术学会的认证讲师,专攻艺术与服装史。 她的论文与研究方向包括宫廷服饰、壮游(Grand Tour)肖像画、国家美术馆的收藏系列以及家具与时尚的联系。
Professional Affiliations

Professional Affiliations

Informal advisor on choice of objects/approach for forthcoming exhibition at Royal Collection on C18th Dress

Catalogue notes decoding dress in C17th paintings for Philip Mould

Writer and presenter of Christie’s Education Online Course ‘Speak with Confidence about Contemporary Art’

Writer and presenter of Christie’s Education Online Course ‘Family Learning:101 Surprising Ideas Inspired by Art’

Author of book about Vincent Van Gogh’s 1870s stay in Ramsgate

研究兴趣

研究兴趣

  • 国家美术馆(National Gallery)的历史和收藏
  • 壮游服饰(尤其意大利画家Pompeo Batoni
  • 英格兰皇室(1720世纪)的着装、礼仪与程序
  • 英国旅行者对威尔士的描述(16501950
  • 威尔士服装的起源和发展(以及历史观念)
教学经验

教学经验

2008年以来,Jacqui曾在艺术史与艺术世界实践的文学硕士课程中教授艺术、风格和设计,并参与佳士得美术学院的短期课程。自1992年以来,她一直是开放大学的助理讲师,讲授启蒙运动、艺术基础、以及艺术与艺术史等远程学习课程,并为“艺术遗产”课程撰写材料。
出版作品

出版作品

2010 – ‘Welsh National Dress’ in Understanding Global Heritage (OU 2010) ed. Susie West

2011-2009 – National Gallery podcasts: Rubens (episode 60), Mignard (episode 48) Rubens (episode 39), Fragonard (episode 35), Reynolds (episode 31) Van Dyck (episode 22)

2008 – Batoni – Decoding Dress (with Jeremy Black) National Gallery podcast, episode 17

2008 – Specialist contributor on dress – National Gallery Batoni exhibitionDVD

2007 – Dress and Cultural Identity for Open University DVD (undergrad Sociology course)

2000-2002 – Author of distance-learning modules (B.A. level validated by Middlesex University)

‘Key Issues in C20th & C21st Art’, ‘Research Methodologies’

 1997 – Co-author Teacher’s Pack Water – National Gallery Publications

1994 publication ‘Passing Judgements – Welsh Dress and the English Tourist’ in Folk Life the Journal of Ethnological Studies (Vol 33 1994-5) (as Jacqueline Lewis)

1992 – Research/editorial (and Radio Interview) for Underwear by Alison Carter (B.T. Batsford)

1992-4 – 10,000 word report on gloves styles 1800-1960 for The Worshipful Company of Glovers

1992 – Researched Christmas Customs 1680-1880 – Court Dress Collection for Kensington Palace

1991-2 – 30,000 words on Court Dress, Etiquette, Procedures 1740-1880 for Kensington Palace

ORGANISATION OF STUDENT STUDY DAYS (NATIONAL GALLERY 2009-2010)
‘Re-Reading the Renaissance – Vasari and his Legacy’, 
‘New Art for Old – Picasso and the Masters’ 
‘Enfolded Meanings: Cloth, Body, Culture: ART’ (Alison Watt)
‘The Sacred Made Real: C17th Spanish Sculpture’
‘Detritus: Kienholz and the Hoerengracht’
‘Picturing the Past to Suit the Present: Delaroche’s Lady Jane Grey

(organised conferences at Courtauld Institute on ‘Working Dress’, ‘Dress and Gender’, Dress and National Identity’, ‘Court Culture’ and co-organised ‘Dress on Display’ at V&A for Courtauld History of Dress Association)

Project Co-ordinator for Wimbledon School of Art Costume Parades held at National Gallery 1997-2008

 Selected Recent Specialist Lectures

(apart from public lectures at National Gallery and NPG once a month across whole collection)

‘Fashioning Identities: Clothing the Renaissance Body’ – Trinity College, Cambridge
‘The Politics of Dress’ (with Yinka Shonibare’s costume maker) National Gallery
‘Fashioning the Complete Gentleman: Clothing, Conduct and the Grand Tour’ National Gallery
‘Pins and Poking Sticks: Dress in Shakespeare’s Time’ London Jewish Cultural Centre
‘Clothing and Culture in the C18th’ National Portrait Gallery
‘Dressing up for Stage or Studio - The First Actresses’ Inscape
‘Modern Minervas: C18th Women artists in a man’s world’ London Jewish Cultural Centre
‘Leonardo: The Man, the Myths and Milan Court Culture’ (numerous NADFAS groups, National Gallery)

 
会议论文

会议论文

2007 – OU Conference ‘Colliding Cultures’ ‘’A Foreign County Within our Own’: Welsh Dress & the English Traveller’

1998 – British Society for C18th Studies (Co-Conference Organiser and Paper) ‘Courting Disaster: Dressed for Success at the C18th English Court’

1997 – Society for Court Studies (published in their journal) ‘How Girls are Presented at Court: Court Presentation in the 1870s (also presented as paper for Victorian Society, and Courtauld History of Dress Association)