Campaign for the Protection of Rural England, London will launch their report, “The Arcadian Thames: planning policy ignored? Has the tide gone out for protection of this historic landscape?” at Kingston University’s Knights Park Campus on Wednesday 25 November, 4pm-6pm. Speakers will include Jason Debney from the Thames Landscape Strategy Partnership, Pat Brown, Associate...
The Stanley Picker Gallery is one of forty organisations selected to host a Weston Jerwood Creative Bursary, a post which is aimed specifically at recent graduates. Organisations have been selected on the basis of their outstanding proposals for roles which develop recent graduates, giving each bursary recipient the best possible start to their career in the arts. Graduates will need to meet...
Two BA Product & Furniture Design students have won at the Young Furniture Makers (YFM) exhibition. Connor Holland won the new Young Furniture Makers Bespoke Award, sponsored by Festool for his Lilo Bench (pictured above). The Young Furniture Makers Design Award was won by Christa Sylvana Tjong for her restaurant stool with secure storage. This award was sponsored by...
LDoc Keynote. A Design Ethnographer in an Innovation Nation: the Scottish Approach to Government Wednesday 4 November 2015, 6.30pm, RCA Kensington In the first LDoc Keynote of the new academic year, Dr Cat Macauley will be speaking at the Royal College of Art, Kensington on A Design Ethnographer in an Innovation Nation: the Scottish Approach to Government. The lecture will be followed by...
A new documentary film directed by David Kew, introduced by Professor Steven Spier, Dean of Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture, Kingston University.
London Premiere at the ICA
Friday 6 November 2015, 6.30pm
After-screening panel discussion, featuring:
John Carter RA, Fine Art alumnus
Elinor Renfrew, Head of Fashion
Mike Nelson, Professor of Fine Art
Free – book online
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