Applications for the Slade School of Fine Art Postgraduate programme (MA/MFA) are open.
Deadlines: Written application: 5 Jan 2021. Portfolio submission: 11.59pm (GMT), 15 Jan 2021
What You Could Have Won, curated by alumna Sophie Cundale and Ben Gomes, is showing on YouTube on Thursday 12 November, 8pm GMT. The showing includes films by alumnae Sophie Cundale, Jennifer Martin and Chloeé Maugile. See Bonington Gallery website for event details.
Su Yu-Xin is showing in The Picture is Not at Ease at MadeIn Gallery, L1-03&04, One Museum Place, 388 Shan Hai Guan Road, Jing'an District, Shanghai, from 7 November - 31 December 2020. See the MadeIn Gallery website for further information.
Louise Barrington is showing in Reduct: Abstraction and Geometry in Scottish Art at the Royal Scottish Academy, The Mound, Edinburgh, EH2 2EL, until 22 November 2020. See the RSA website for details, booking essential.
Kitty Clark's The Experiment is showing in Alternate Realities online at Site Gallery as part of the Sheffield Doc Fest from 11 - 14 November 2020. See the Sheffield Doc Fest website for further information.
Gry Hege Rinaldo is showing in The Forest Veil at Haugesund Billedgalleri, Erling Skjalgssonsgate 4, 5523 Haugesund, Norway, from 13 November - 13 December 2020. See https://haugalandmuseet.no/museum/haugesund-billedgalleri/.
PhD student Vaishali Prazmari presents Carpet Pages III: Pixels online 26 October - 25 November. Show also features work by Vaishali, current PhD students Jumana Abboud and Robert Mead and alumnae Aya Haidar and Rosalind Whitman. See the Carpet Pages III website.
The Slade's Material Research Project are delighted to welcome Kimberly Selvaggi as Conservator in Residence! Read more about Kimberly and her research on the MRP blog: https://blogs.ucl.ac.uk/methods-room/the-materials-research-project/conservator-in-residence/
Maggi Hambling: Making Love with the Paint is showing Saturday 24 October, 9 - 10pm on BBC2, to mark her 75th birthday.
Available on iPlayer until 21 November 2020: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000nx23
Kasia Depta-Garapich and Cherry Song are showing in Melancholia at the Freud Museum, 20 Maresfield Gardens, London NW3 5SX, from 21 October - 15 November 2020. See the Freud Museum website for further information.