The School of Fine Art
Fine art at Kingston encourages dialogue between traditional and emerging genres. Priority is given to individual and collaborative artistic practice; the making of works; and the understanding of this within contemporary art. The school provides dynamic production-based and studio programmes for students who wish to develop their professional practice within a range of Innovative courses at undergraduate, taught postgraduate and research levels.
FADA alumna and artist Mary Branson’s artwork “New Dawn” has been installed at the Houses of Parliament, in the spot regularly used by Suffragettes and their supporters to demonstrate for women’s right to vote. The colours of the blown glass scrolls match those used by the different campaign groups that took part in the movement, […]
A FADA postgraduate student has been interviewed for The Journal, the Royal Photographic Society’s magazine, in an article focused on five photography graduates ‘aiming for great things’. The photography magazine, which is the world’s oldest, interviewed Sean to find out more about his approach to his art, as well as showcase some of his photography. […]
BA FILMMAKING – GRADUATE SHOW SCREENING VENUE: GENESIS CINEMA, SCREEN 2 TUES 14 JUNE – 6.00-11.00PM – SEE PROGRAMME BELOW 93-95 MILE END ROAD, LONDON E1 4UJ http://genesiscinema.co.uk PROGRAMME 1 – 6.15PM Les Memoires du Temps Jean Baptiste Pacioselli & Kyrian Rouvet Anamnesis Andrew Copley-Pickering Cyclic Hannah Dakin Unspoken Water Sarah Blackie Cerberus_94 Pippa Young PROGRAMME 2 […]
Making Tracks // in partnership with FRAME Whirlygig Cinema’s Making Tracks is a groundbreaking event that re-imagines short films with live scores performed by The Cabinet of Living Cinema. By fusing moving image with live music and foley, Making Tracks offers a stimulating platform for emerging film talent and an opportunity to join filmmakers in […]
As a culmination of her Stanley Picker Fellowship research, Oreet Ashery presents Revisiting Genesis, a new major commission taking the form of a web-series in twelve episodes. Written and directed by the artist, Revisiting Genesis explores the philosophical, sociopolitical, practical and emotional implications of the processes surrounding death and withdrawal, digital afterlives, outsider communities, social […]