Posted Wednesday 15 April 2015
Over the last few months a series of exciting exhibitions and events have marked the 140th anniversary of our art school.
Involving a whole host of alumni, staff and students, these activities have uncovered stories and personalities connected to Knights Park and paid tribute to the skill and expertise of art and design practitioners from Kingston University.
Although the exhibitions have now finished, we are continuing to gather material to help us tell the story of Kingston School of Art in all its various guises from 1875 to the present day.
We'd like your help in the following ways:
If you would like to help, please contact project researcher Rob Knifton by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or call him on 020 8417 4042.
You can find out more about the project at www.archiveksa.org.
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