To commemorate the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo, The Fine Art Society Contemporary is delighted to present – Waterloo 200, The Other Side of the Hill by Ingrid Barber
THE FINE ART SOCIETY 148 New Bond Street | London W1S 2JT +44 (0)20 7318 1895 | www.faslondon.com Waterloo 200 – The Other Side of the Hill, 2015 | Mixed media on board | 150 x 100cms
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End of year Exhibition, Ba (Hons) Art & Design // FdA in Art & Design, 2015
The Ba / FdA in Art & Design encourages a culture of trans-disciplinary research between artists, designers and makers in which students can ask new and engaging questions about their practice. As such the course is externally focussed, student-centred and with a strong emphasis on professional practice skills development. The course builds on the strength of the research of the teaching team who are practising artists, designers and makers committed to practice-led teaching.
PV Monday 18 May 6-9pm
Show continues Tuesday 19 – Saturday 23 | 11:00-06:00pm
Andrea Moran | Jessica Robison | Marianne Carlens | Maxi Taylor | Adamo Corazza | Nadia Bajwa | Layla Josephine | Naphat Chianpaisanjaroen | Benedicta Antwi | Reza Bagheri | Harriet Baggley | Jolene Durante | Liz Murphy | Olivia Haller | Rachel Kinsman | Sarah Cossar | Steph Shaw | Svetlana Petrovska | Andrea Kenny | Lauren Adams |
24-26 April 2015
Opening Party – 6pm
Doomed Gallery, Dalston,
65-67 Ridley Road, E8 2NP.
Exhibition curated by Melanie King (Director of LAPC) and Ken Flaherty (Director of Doomed Gallery).
William Lawrence Arnold
Friday 24th April
6pm – 9pm. Private View.
7pm: Short talk by Karen Harvey of Shutter Hub, and Shutter Hub competition announcement.
Saturday 25th April
11am – 4pm.
Pinhole Portrait tent on Ridley Road Market with Mike Crawford and Andy Atkinson.
Sunday 26th April
11am – 4pm Matchbox Pinhole Camera Workshop with Ky Lewis. Book HERE.
Rachel Kinsman | Ingrid Barber | Charlotte Rosa Potter | Lana Pretrovska | Jolene Durante | Lauren Adams | Maxi Taylor | Marianne Carlens | Layla Josephine | Olivia Haller | Rob Miller
11 transdisciplinary artists involved in creating an exhibition designed to exercise the inquisitive mind….
End of year Exhibition* – itinerant makers still looking for a space…
* We would usually be able to host the final exhibition on site, at the School of Art & Design, but the inevitable complexity of scheduling the completion of the new Art School currently being built, and the population of this new building has necessitated a need to rethink spaces. The logistics and pressures of space utilisation during the hand-over phase has therefore required an off site location for the show to be considered.
“a dialogue between concrete practices and thinking”
PV Tuesday 10th February 6-9pm
Show continues Wednesday 11-5 | Thursday 11-7
Venue: The Old Police Station *
Benedicta Antwi | Reza Bagheri | Harriet Baggley | Jolene Durante | Liz Murphy | Olivia Haller | Rachel Kinsman | Sarah Cossar | Steph Shaw | Svetlana Petrovska | Alma Silva | Andrea Kenny | Lauren Adams | Jessica Robinson | Adamo Corazza | Andrea Moran | Maxi Taylor | Nadia Bajwa | Layla Ward-Dudley | Marianne Carlens | Naphat Chianpaisanjaroen | Rob Miller
location: Same street as New Cross tube station. Overground/East London tube line: New Cross tube, 4 mins walk. New Cross Gate tube, 15 mins Buses: 36, 436, 171, 53, 177. Deptford Rail, Deptford DLR, New Cross Rail (10 mins from London Bridge).
* The Old Police Station – This old Edwardian Deptford police station no longer houses criminals, but instead it has been transformed into a DIY arts centre. It is an unique environment for artists to create and display their artworks; in this sense, The Old Police Station is another example of contemporary art occupying abandoned spaces. There are 42 artist studios and independent project spaces available. A heady array of happenings can be found here. For example, one may encounter art installations, exhibitions in police cells, gigs and supper clubs.