Kate McLean, Senior Lecturer in Graphic Design, is exhibiting at Musée de la Main UNIL/CHUV in Lausanne, Switzerland from 15 February 2019-23 February 2020.
Dr Magz Hall, Senior Lecturer in Radio, has been working on an installation, “Skyport”, for the exhibition Air Matters: Learning from Heathrow at Watermans Arts Centre, Brentford, 8th October–31st Dec 2019. The exhibition and surrounding events will explore the politics of air at London Heathrow. For some, the air at Heathrow is a space of networks and travel. For others, it is what they must breathe. The conflation of diverse requirements within one locale presents a significant societal challenge that has implications for sustainable development, well-being, and dignity. Air Matters responds to these challenges, bringing together newly-commissioned artworks, workshops and a symposium.
Senior Lecturer Tim Long will be exhibiting some of his work at the Pie Factory, Margate, with three other artists.
Rob Ball, Senior Lecturer in Photography, will have a new installation piece showing at the Sidney Cooper Gallery.
Senior Lecturer in Photography, Rob Ball, has an exhibition of tintypes opening as part of Margate Festival.
Dr Karen Shepherdson, Reader in Photography in the School of Media Art and Design, has a new exhibition at Grizedale, Hawkshead, Ambleside, Cumbria.
Two of our Fine Art students, Christie Grant and Kate Monan, have had work selected for a group show.
Artist Sam Vale has produced the exhibition Latent: A hidden history to mark the fiftieth anniversary of the decriminalisation of homosexuality in England and Wales.
Senior Lecturer Charles Williams has an exhibition opening in London EC2.
“Louise Bourgeois And Me” And Other Stories
A solo exhibition of paintings and narrative by Charles Williams NEAC RWS.
57A Redchurch Street
4th-27th November 2016 (Gallery open Thursday–Sunday 12–6pm or by appointment)
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Charles Williams’ work is very like short stories. He tries to cram everything he is thinking about, other paintings old and new, newspaper stories, what he saw on his holidays or when he last went to the shops into each painting. Sometimes characters and places evolve; sometimes they just appear and then disappear. The chief studio rule is no sketches, no photos, no studies, nothing. People seem to assume that the paintings come from somewhere, but they are simply a la tête. He cannot be bothered with stopping and fiddling around with those things, or doing that projecting thing.
Born in Evanston, Illinois, USA, Charles Williams was educated at Kent College in Canterbury, Maidstone College of Art and the Royal Academy, London. He was elected to the New English Art Club (NEAC) in 1996 and in 1999 was a founder member of the Stuckist group. He has shown his work in London, the UK and abroad, including a solo exhibition at the Bakersfield Museum of Art in California. He is the author of Basic Drawing (Robert Hale, 2011) and Basic Watercolour (Robert Hale, 2014).
You still have time to catch Bryan Hawkins, Eddie McMillan and Pete Wallace’s installation in Canterbury Cathedral.
City of the Imagination
Venue: Cathedral Chapter House, Cathedral Precincts, Canterbury
Opening Times: 10am–5pm (15th-22nd October 2016, closed Sunday 16 October)
William Blake declared “every age is a Canterbury Pilgrimage”.
City of the Imagination links ancient forms of light and sound to 21st century technology within the magnificent architecture of the Chapter House and celebrates Canterbury Cathedral as at the heart of an ‘imagined’, spiritual, artistic and inspirational city. The installation will reflect the contemplative power and grandeur of the Chapter House alongside Canterbury’s imaginal, traditional and contemporary stories.
Curated and created by Bryan Hawkins, Eddie McMillan and Pete Wallace, School of Media Art and Design at Canterbury Christ Church University.