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.
Call for Applicants The Stanley Picker Gallery is currently seeking to appoint two innovative contemporary practitioners to the Stanley Picker Fellowships in Design & Fine Art 2013. Each Fellowship provides up to £12,000 support, onsite studio space and valuable access … Continue reading →
Image: Roger Hiorns, Untitled, 2013. Courtesy the artist and Corvi-Mora, London. ROGER HIORNS / NED BEAUMAN / JESS FLOOD-PADDOCK / RUPERT ACKROYD & CHRISTOPHER ROWNTREE (PUBCO RESEARCH CENTRE) . 17th & 18th April, 7th & 8th May, 2013. The Contemporary … Continue reading →
Philip Warnell, the Course Director for the BA (Hons) Filmmaking course, has been commissioned by FACT/Channel 4 to produce a short three minute piece for ‘Random Acts’. ‘The Scales and Stripes’ will be broadcast on Channel 4 later in 2013 … Continue reading →
‘ANON’ is an exhibition showing collaborative works through different mediums by five students from Kingston University; Felix Martin, John Carney, Eva Lekaj, Jack Thomspon and Sadegh Ad. Throughout modern and contemporary art the notion of authorship and identity has been … Continue reading →
Image: The Girl with X-ray Eyes. Filmmaking Course Director Phillip Warnell’s film, The Girl with X-ray Eyes (2008), has been selected for the prestigious Sharjah Biennial, UAE. The film will be screening in an outdoor courtyard cinema, which has been curated by … Continue reading →