COVID-19 update
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COVID-19 update

COVID-19 update

As we always prioritise the health and wellbeing of staff and students, the evolving COVID-19 outbreak caused the Art School to close all facilities to staff and students, from 6pm, Tuesday 17 March. The Art School remains committed to delivering quality educational experiences, that facilitate progression and successful graduation. So, whilst our buildings are closed, [...]

Interdisciplinary collaboration on City installation

Interdisciplinary collaboration on City installation

In a recent interdisciplinary collaboration, BA (Hons) Fine Art alumna, Katie Lennard, commissioned alumni from two of the Art School’s specialist courses, to work with her on a roof-top installation in the City of London. Katie was asked to create a sculpture for an office roof garden and chose to work with Stone Carving alumnus [...]

MA student inspired to run workshops for domestic abuse survivors

MA student inspired to run workshops for domestic abuse survivors

MA Art & Material Histories student, Roberta De Caro, has organised a series of workshops for survivors of domestic abuse, in which she will explore how the material qualities of glass can be used to reconstruct, repair and heal the fragmented self. Held in the Coin Street Neighbourhood Centre, Lambeth, on 16, 23 and 30 [...]

Woodcarving alumna restores 18th century Master's Chair at V&A

Woodcarving alumna restores 18th century Master's Chair at V&A

Clunie Fretton, who graduated from our Ornamental Woodcarving & Gilding Diploma course in 2015 (now revalidated as BA (Hons) Historic Carving: Woodcarving & Gilding), has recently completed the restoration of the 1754 Master’s Chair of the Worshipful Company of Joiners & Ceilers, housed in the Victoria & Albert Museum’s Furniture Gallery. Clunie was asked to [...]

Material Matters 2020-21: new material announced

Material Matters 2020-21: new material announced

We are delighted to announce that clay will be the next material in focus on our Material Matters research programme. A series of exhibitions, workshops, lectures, research and round-table discussions will take place during 2020 and 2021, to investigate the material properties of clay and its relationship with fine art and art histories, historic craft [...]

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