Congratulations to Jesse Darling who has been nominated for the prestigious Kunstpreis der Böttcherstraße in Bremen.
Larry Achiampong's - Sanko-time, a piece made especially for The Emirates Air Line, the cable car that stretches across the Thames linking the Greenwich Peninsula to the Royal Docks, can be downloaded by activating a QR code at the entrance to the Emirates station or the individual cable cars, from 31 August 2020.
We are committed to addressing systemic racism within the Slade through a series of actions to instigate fundamental and long-term changes to our staffing and curricula. Central to these changes is how we support our Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic students and staff.
Nick Laessing explores the interfaces of art, technology and eco-crisis. Online on Microsoft Teams on Wednesday 22 July 2020, at 4:30pm.
Congratulations to Claire-Anne Abi Ola winner of the Bloomsbury Festival 2020 Art Competition. She has been commissioned to create an exhibition of new and existing works for this year's Bloomsbury Festival from 16-25 October. See https://bloomsburyfestival.org.uk/claire-anne-abi-ola-announced-as-winner-of-2020-art-competition/
Danielle Brathwaite-Shirley's TRANS-PORT ME and Jennifer Martin's TEETH are showing as part of Selected X – online programme running from 6 - 12 July 2020. See: http://videoclub.org.uk/selected-x-online-programme/ for further details.
Congratulations to BA/BFA Painting 2020 graduates Lulua Alyahya, Shailee Mehta and Nooka Shepherd, who won a Cass Art Painting Prize 2020: Slade School of Fine Art. Thank you to Cass Art for awarding the prizes.
Slade BA/BFA graduating sculpture students are showing in Final, not Over - On the Rocks at Unit 1 Gallery/Workshop, 9 -13 July 2020. Individuals can book up to an hour time slot via the gallery website, to view the show on https://app.artsvp.co/a4419b. For more information see the Unit 1 Gallery website: https://unit1gallery-workshop.com/2020/06/15/final-not-over/