Queen's University Belfast
As guest artist in residence for the Creative Excellence in Teaching and Learning Programme, J.Keith Donnelly developed special projects and mentored students in applied art-making.
Digital Visions was a pioneering academic review body operated at the University of British Columbia, examining the emergent histories and works by artists working within digital media..
As an example project, Keith worked with Glasgow School of Art ceramics students and the South Lanarkshire Museum service to facilitate a response to the Caledonian Pottery house, which was founded in 1800. The factory was particularly known for producing a brown Rockingham glaze and its Ru’glen Broon. A series of commerative teapots were produced by students that referred the Ru’glen Broon