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Thinking Through Making: 140 years of Kingston School of Art

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Time: 6.30pm
Venue: ICA, The Mall, London SW1Y 5AH
Price: free

Thinking Through Making: 140 years of Kingston School of Art

Charting the history of Kingston School of Art through designers and artists such as Archibald Knox, Reginald Brill, Daphne Brooker, John Carter, David Nash, Helen Storey, Fiona Banner and Mike Nelson, David Kew's film offers an insight into the special atmosphere of the art school, their role in society, and their future.

This London premiere screening will be introduced by Professor Steven Spier, Dean of the Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture at Kingston University, and followed by a panel discussion chaired by Dr. Robert Knifton, featuring Kingston alumnus John Carter RA, Professor of Fine Art Mike Nelson, Head of Fashion Elinor Renfrew, Professor of Art History Fran Lloyd, and filmmaker David Kew.

Thinking through Making: 140 Years of Kingston School of Art: 4 Decades, dir. David Kew, 2007, 30 mins.

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For further information about this event:

Contact: Dr Robert Knifton
Email: R.Knifton@kingston.ac.uk

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