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Showing 1–8 of 10 events

 

October 2017

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Elaine Lustig Cohen (1927–2016) worked as a graphic designer in the 1950s and 1960s before turning to painting and collage, while maintaining a strong involvement in archival practice. She represents a direct link between early twentieth century European Avant-garde movements and later modern and postmodern practitioners.

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11

November

 

November 2017

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Kingston Hill campus

‘100 years of educating the educators 1917-2017' In October 2017, the School of Education (established in 1917 as Gipsy Hill Training College in Upper Norwood, South-East London) will be celebrating 100 years of training teachers.

until

11

December


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Wilton's Music Hall, John Wilton Room, 1 Graces Alley, London E1 8JB

The Storybox Collective at Wilton's Music Hall present: Storybox: Tales of Absence, 'What ifs' and Salvation

until

25

November


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Sohrab Shahid Saless: Exiles is curated by Dr. Azadeh Fatehrad and Nikolaus Perneczky in partnership with the Goethe-Institut London and in collaboration with the Munich Film Museum.

until

19

January


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Kingston Hill campus

Kingston University Enterprise department presents Shed Simove for their 2017 Insights series. Shed Simove is an entrepreneur, author and motivational speaker who knows how to get the crowd laughing.

Thursday

16

November


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The Building Centre, 26 Store St, Bloomsbury, London WC1E 7BT

Kingston School of Art BA Architecture First Year students, operating in 5 distinct studio groups, have been working on the production of provocative playful landscape interventions, that suggest alternative futures for the Store Street South Crescent space.

until

24

November


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St George's, University of London

Come and view the exhibition and sign our Guest Book

Friday

17

November


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Céline Condorelli (b. 1974) studied first as an architect, yet has constructed a unique and influential artistic practice through her investigation of ‘support structures' that allow for creative authorship to emerge, as well as exploring the historical and contemporary significance of exhibition display. Her work extends even beyond these enquiries to include writing, editing, publishing, and producing performative situations in which other actions may emerge.

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27

January

 

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