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27–28 September 2021
This conference will explore the relationship between cultural production and the garden, across creative disciplines and media, from the 18th century until the present day. The conference will take place at the Hestercombe Trust, in Somerset.
11 November 2017
Now in its tenth year, the theme of Urban Encounters for 2017 is Cartographies. We explore how we make sense of places through visual and photographic representations, across a variety of global contexts.
10 - 15 November
Starts with the Urban Photographers Association annual artist's keynote lecture from the internationally acclaimed photographic artist Roger Ballen at Tate Britain. See www.urbanphotofest.org for more details.
10 November 2017
A networking event for students studying with UPF university partners. See www.urbanphotofest.org/upf-intercollegiate-brunch for more details.
10 - 15 November 2017
A platform for students from participating universities to showcase their photographic projects exploring aspects of the festival's theme of ‘Cartographies'. See www.urbanphotofest.org/cartographies-inclusion for more details.
9 November 2017
In this discursive event, writer and researcher Yuk Hui and philosopher Peg Birmingham explore the intersections between the practice of ethics and the technology of algorithms.
Croydon Arts Store is a temporary takeover of the old Grange furniture store in the Whitgift Centre by a consortium of local and neighbouring arts organisations, including Croydon Council, Turf Projects, Art Halo and Kingston School of Art.
Read more about the Croydon Biennale Research Space.
March - April 2017
Charlotte Cullinan and Jeanine Richards as Cullinan Richards were invited to take part in the final exhibition at the Charles H Scott Gallery, Vancouver CA before they moved and became the new Libby Leshgold Gallery. Cullinan Richards worked with the archives and collections of the canadian artist Charles H Scott to make a series of paintings based of the beaux art balls he established at the art school in the 1940's and two major new works.
28 January – 30 April 2017
The first major solo exhibition by Volker Eichelmann featuring new work by the artist, and incorporating an arrangement of drawings by Stephen Tennant (1906-1987), one of the most prominent of the ‘Bright Young Things'.
2 May 2014 – 1 July 2017
The ICA is collaborating with The Contemporary Art Research Centre at Kingston University, London to host this year's Stanley Picker Public Lectures on Art.
27 January 2017
Join this event at Tate Exchange to see the exciting results of art made by instructions and step in to a series of open group discussions with Kingston University: Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture and Bath School of Art.
10 June – 30 October 2016
This exhibition encompassed a vast repertoire of images of the reclining or recumbent body by many artists - in states of weariness, sleep, stupor, reverie, mourning, death and erotic transport or languor.
31 March 2017
A symposium bringing together filmmakers, theorists, curators and those working with animal groups, focusing around the ambiguities and co-operations that define our relations with other species.
22 August 2015
This symposium invites practitioners from the worlds of art, architecture, theory and music to discuss the use, nature and possibilities of diagrams and diagramming.
21 July 2015
This event will feature a panel of artists presenting and discussing new approaches to making paintings within their practices.