Alumni Congratulations and news…

Congratulations to: MAMDP alum Paul Cooke, whose zine Houseplants In Horror Films published under his Dubious Books imprint, was shortlisted in the Best Fanzine category of 2022 for the Broken Pencil magazine’s annual zine awards. MAMDP alum Kate Bernstein who

Alumni Congratulations and news…

Congratulations to: MAMDP alum Paul Cooke, whose zine Houseplants In Horror Films published under his Dubious Books imprint, was shortlisted in the Best Fanzine category of 2022 for the Broken Pencil magazine’s annual zine awards. MAMDP alum Kate Bernstein who

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Two Hundred and Forty-three Postcard Messages in Real Colour – Postcards For Perec tours

Georges Perec’s postcard messages are continuing their touring exhibitions. The project is curated by MAMDP alum Linda Parr. The postcards themselves are currently looking very good on show in Cardiff University Special Collections and Archives (Arts and Social Sciences Library).

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Two Hundred and Forty-three Postcard Messages in Real Colour – Postcards For Perec tours

Georges Perec’s postcard messages are continuing their touring exhibitions. The project is curated by MAMDP alum Linda Parr. The postcards themselves are currently looking very good on show in Cardiff University Special Collections and Archives (Arts and Social Sciences Library).

Out of the West Exhibition at North House Gallery

Four Etchers: Ian Chamberlain, Ros Ford, Jemma Gunning, David Sully An exhibition of works by MAMDP alumni and staff from UWE: ‘It is an unusual pleasure for a gallery in the East of England to introduce a group of four

Out of the West Exhibition at North House Gallery

Four Etchers: Ian Chamberlain, Ros Ford, Jemma Gunning, David Sully An exhibition of works by MAMDP alumni and staff from UWE: ‘It is an unusual pleasure for a gallery in the East of England to introduce a group of four

SWARM by Leonie Bradley

MAMDP alum Leonie Bradley’s SWARM launches tonight. “A swarm of bees with their distinctive stripes form a striking, swirling mass. However, as you get closer, you realise the bees aren’t quite what they seem. Each bee is a children’s origami

SWARM by Leonie Bradley

MAMDP alum Leonie Bradley’s SWARM launches tonight. “A swarm of bees with their distinctive stripes form a striking, swirling mass. However, as you get closer, you realise the bees aren’t quite what they seem. Each bee is a children’s origami

Atelier21 open event on Saturday 26th November

Atelier21 welcomes you to their private view and print sale, live music during the evening, print and discounts on artworks from artists Theadora Ballantyne-Way, Virginia Bridge, Soraya Schofield and Barry Cawston. The show runs all day on Saturday 26th November

Atelier21 open event on Saturday 26th November

Atelier21 welcomes you to their private view and print sale, live music during the evening, print and discounts on artworks from artists Theadora Ballantyne-Way, Virginia Bridge, Soraya Schofield and Barry Cawston. The show runs all day on Saturday 26th November

MAMDP at the Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair

Header Image: Catherine Ade The Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair takes place from 3rd – 6th November 2022 at Woolwich Works, The Fireworks Factory, No.1 Street, Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, London, SE18 6HD, plus an online edition until 13th November 2022. In the

MAMDP at the Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair

Header Image: Catherine Ade The Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair takes place from 3rd – 6th November 2022 at Woolwich Works, The Fireworks Factory, No.1 Street, Royal Arsenal, Woolwich, London, SE18 6HD, plus an online edition until 13th November 2022. In the

Catherine Cartwright published in the Journal for Artistic Research

MAMDP alum and current PhD researcher Catherine Cartwright has co-authored a newly published article in Issue 17 of the Journal for Artistic Research. The article is a collaboration with Sabrin Hasbun, Rachel Carney, Harry Matthews, Catherine Cartwright, Gareth Osborne, Julika

Catherine Cartwright published in the Journal for Artistic Research

MAMDP alum and current PhD researcher Catherine Cartwright has co-authored a newly published article in Issue 17 of the Journal for Artistic Research. The article is a collaboration with Sabrin Hasbun, Rachel Carney, Harry Matthews, Catherine Cartwright, Gareth Osborne, Julika

RWA’s 169th Annual Open Exhibition and Awards

The RWA’s Annual Open Exhibition has returned for its 169th year with a show of work from emerging and established artists. “This dynamic and varied exhibition invites painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, sculpture, installation and mixed media submissions and is a showcase of

RWA’s 169th Annual Open Exhibition and Awards

The RWA’s Annual Open Exhibition has returned for its 169th year with a show of work from emerging and established artists. “This dynamic and varied exhibition invites painting, drawing, printmaking, photography, sculpture, installation and mixed media submissions and is a showcase of

Púca in the Machine touring exhibition

Shane Finan, Alannah Robins and (MAMDP alum and current PhD researcher) Niamh Fahy Until 5th November 2022 at Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre, Limavady. At the Mermaid Gallery, Bray from 12th November 2022 to 7th January 2023. FREE artist

Púca in the Machine touring exhibition

Shane Finan, Alannah Robins and (MAMDP alum and current PhD researcher) Niamh Fahy Until 5th November 2022 at Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre, Limavady. At the Mermaid Gallery, Bray from 12th November 2022 to 7th January 2023. FREE artist

Niamh Fahy – article published in PARSE journal Issue #15 Violence: Materiality

MAMDP alum and current PhD researcher Niamh Fahy has published an article ‘Violent Impression – Slow Violence in the Slieve Aughty Mountains’ in PARSE journal: Extraction and mining are key concerns in debates around the Anthropocene. In A World of

Niamh Fahy – article published in PARSE journal Issue #15 Violence: Materiality

MAMDP alum and current PhD researcher Niamh Fahy has published an article ‘Violent Impression – Slow Violence in the Slieve Aughty Mountains’ in PARSE journal: Extraction and mining are key concerns in debates around the Anthropocene. In A World of