Please see information on attached file.
Please see information on attached file.
Just a reminder – the final Bilderfahrzeuge seminar will take place on
Wednesday, March 2,
5-7pm C303, CSM, King’s Cross
The speakers will be:
Reinhard Wendler: On models and questions of scaling
Anna McSweeney: Reproductions of Nefertiti
Philipp Eckardt: The Loden Jacket , Chanel and Kenzo
Please rsvp if you have not done so already.
Mick Finch – firstname.lastname@example.org
The above seminar replaces the February 24 seminar that was originally advertised.
With Stephen Melville, Mick Finch and Daniel Sturgis
7th and 14 March, 2016
14:00 to 16:00
Modular Building, Room TG04, Camberwell College of Arts, Wilson Road, Camberwell, London SE5 8LU
The initial thought for this masterclass is to find a non-standard way into the writings of Clement Greenberg that might offer to expand or shift our sense of what is most familiar in him.
With Professor Stephen Melville (Ohio State University), Mick Finch (Central Saint Martins) and Daniel Sturgis (Camberwell College of Arts)
This is a cross college event organized between Camberwell and CSM. Please note this event is only open to current UAL students.
Places are limited. Please book by following links:
The Drawing Research seminar/workshop series will be hosting its second seminar next friday on the theme of ‘Drawing Tools’:
Date: Friday the 19th of February
Time: 4.30 – 6.30pm
Venue: 2.04, 140 Hampstead Road, followed by drinks.
Speakers : Alex Zambelli and Gregorio Astengo
See eventbrite link for more information:
A reminder that we are also inviting calls for presenters for future seminars/workshops. If you wish to present a paper or run a workshop, please submit a 300-word abstract and a short bio to DrawingResearch2016@gmail.com by Friday the 19th of February. (See Call for papers attached)
The Bartlett Photography Doctoral Network is pleased to invite you to our next event on 10th March, Thursday, from 6.30pmto 8.30pm, at Chadwick building, Room G08.
Our guest speaker, Professor Mark Tewdwr-Jones, will explore the potential of photography to understand and communicate urban change in his talk “Visualisation, Public Engagement and Urban Change: Foresighting future space and place through backcasting”
The presentation will be followed by an informal debate and a drinks reception in the same room.
This is a free event. You can get your tickets on the following link:
King’s College London
This is open to postgraduate students from throughout the UK.
We’re especially keen to have artists entering this year.
You can see more about the prize here:
JUDGES: artist Dexter Dalwood, novelists Rachel Cusk and Deborah Levy, actor Fiona Shaw, composer Michael Berkeley and others.
Featured in the Guardian last year
Lecture – Vicente Paolomera
18 February 6.30 – 8pm | LVMH E002
This series in collaboration with Kingston University and London Society – New Lacanian School continues with The Real and the Body led by Vicente Palomera.
Visit the event page to book your free ticket.
All UAL staff and students welcome
17 February, 4.30 – 5.30pm | LVMH E002
Partner and Designer at Pentagram Design, Domenic Lippa has developed a worldwide reputation for his work in identity, packaging, retail graphics, typography, signage and print. His clients include Swarovski, H&M, BT and Virgin Media. In 2012, he art directed UAL’s new visual identity. Join Domenic as he discusses branding in the 21st century.
Talk and Discussion
Friday 19 February, 2 – 8pm | Room C303
Join us for the book launch and afternoon programme of talks and discussions bringing together current projects and research that expand on ideas in Erika Tan’s new book ‘Come Cannibalise Us, Why Don’t You? / Sila Mengkanibalkan Kami Mahu Tak?’ (2014).
Visit the event page for more information and to register to attend.
Spatial Practices Lecture Series
Thursday 18 February, 6 – 8pm | LVMH Lecture Theatre E003
Catherine Ince is Senior Curator for V&A East, a new museum planned for the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park. Previously Ince was a curator at the Barbican Centre where she produced major survey exhibitions and publications including The World of Charles and Ray Eames (2015) and Bauhaus: Art as Life (2012). Considering London’s crisis of living by structuring a range of projects and external partnerships that experiment with the provision of an affordable and equitable place to live, the series is not to be missed!
Visit the event page to book your free ticket and to see the full list of lectures talking place.