Exhibition Ground Floor Gallery Knights Park 08.04.14 to 11.04.14 Printmaking Designate Post Graduate School of Architecture and Landscape 2013-2014 The aspiration for the designate programme was to allow a small group of students in post-graduate Architecture and Landscape to explore the potential for traditional printmaking as a means to represent and...
Do you have what it takes to become the next Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the Year? You could have your work exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery in London and win a £10,000 commission for the Scottish National Portrait Gallery. Last year’s series was won by a former student at Kingston University – Nick Lord and you can find out a little about his experience on the...
The London Shape
Launch Wed 2 April 6-8.30pm / All Welcome
The London Shape is the name attributed to the particular shape of teapots and cups characterized by a fanciful design, based upon Grecian ornamentation that appeared in 1812 to almost instant popularity and became dominant over the common Bute by 1820. An observer of urban life, artist and Stanley Picker Fellow
David Lawrence, Principal Lecturer in the School of Art & Design History, was commissioned to research and write text for a new series of stamps issued by the Royal Mail to celebrate the lives and achievements of ten individuals who have made a remarkable contribution to British life. Those feature range from the fields of literature, sport, science, broadcasting, acting...
‘Pop Up’ by Manita Eiamvasant, Michaela Ekblam, Jenny Lundmark and Tavan Maneetapho is the winner of this year’s Kingston Animation Prize, an annual competition sponsored by Vintage Books (Random House Publishing) and run with students on the Kingston University animation course. Students were invited to script and create one-minute animated films based on the second book in...
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