Category Archives: exhibition

Ode to Life – Container Art Gallery/Café, Thessaloniki, exhibition

Kar Mern Tan, Theadora Ballantyne-Way, Zelda Velika, Maria Galvez and Elena Zeppou are exhibiting in Ode to Life at Container Art Gallery/Café, in the centre of Thessaloniki this summer. It’s on display until the end of August. Thanks to Elena

Ode to Life – Container Art Gallery/Café, Thessaloniki, exhibition

Kar Mern Tan, Theadora Ballantyne-Way, Zelda Velika, Maria Galvez and Elena Zeppou are exhibiting in Ode to Life at Container Art Gallery/Café, in the centre of Thessaloniki this summer. It’s on display until the end of August. Thanks to Elena

Angie Butler and Catherine Cartwright featured in Center for Book Arts New York’s Animation & Printing exhibition

ANIMATION + PRINTING 12th July – 23rd September 2017 Organised by Barbara Tetenbaum, Professor and Head of Book + Print, Oregon College of Art and Craft, and Marilyn Zornado, Assistant Professor in Communication Design, Pacific Northwest College of Art. This

Angie Butler and Catherine Cartwright featured in Center for Book Arts New York’s Animation & Printing exhibition

ANIMATION + PRINTING 12th July – 23rd September 2017 Organised by Barbara Tetenbaum, Professor and Head of Book + Print, Oregon College of Art and Craft, and Marilyn Zornado, Assistant Professor in Communication Design, Pacific Northwest College of Art. This

Katie Wallis – 50 Bees, The interconnectedness of everything

Alumna Katie Wallis is taking part in a collaborative group exhibition with Lydia Needle called “50 Bees The interconnectedness of everything” at the Ace Arts Centre, Somerton, Somerset 1st – 22nd July. The artist crafted fifty ‘bee pieces’ in wool, to

Katie Wallis – 50 Bees, The interconnectedness of everything

Alumna Katie Wallis is taking part in a collaborative group exhibition with Lydia Needle called “50 Bees The interconnectedness of everything” at the Ace Arts Centre, Somerton, Somerset 1st – 22nd July. The artist crafted fifty ‘bee pieces’ in wool, to

LUMINOUS – Solo Show – London, Frea Buckler

LUMINOUS | Solo Show | London Private View, Thursday 20th July, 2017 21st – 27th July, 2017 Frea: I am very excited to announce, Luminous, my first solo show in London, hosted and curated by Smithson Gallery, taking place at

LUMINOUS – Solo Show – London, Frea Buckler

LUMINOUS | Solo Show | London Private View, Thursday 20th July, 2017 21st – 27th July, 2017 Frea: I am very excited to announce, Luminous, my first solo show in London, hosted and curated by Smithson Gallery, taking place at

Frea Buckler longlisted for this year’s Aesthetica Art Prize.

Aesthetica Art Prize | 2017 Frea Buckler alumna been longlisted for this year’s Aesthetica Art Prize. ‘Frea Buckler has been longlisted out of over 3,500 entries from artists working in 70 countries worldwide for the 10th Aesthetica Art Prize. The

Frea Buckler longlisted for this year’s Aesthetica Art Prize.

Aesthetica Art Prize | 2017 Frea Buckler alumna been longlisted for this year’s Aesthetica Art Prize. ‘Frea Buckler has been longlisted out of over 3,500 entries from artists working in 70 countries worldwide for the 10th Aesthetica Art Prize. The

RA Summer Show 2017

A beautiful image above of the hang at the Royal Academy Summer show, taken by MAMDP alumnus Neil Bousfield, whose prints are featured alongside Sara Lee, Emma Stibbon and Norman Ackroyd. Neil’s COLLECTING ON THE STRANDLINE and WALKING THE TIDE

RA Summer Show 2017

A beautiful image above of the hang at the Royal Academy Summer show, taken by MAMDP alumnus Neil Bousfield, whose prints are featured alongside Sara Lee, Emma Stibbon and Norman Ackroyd. Neil’s COLLECTING ON THE STRANDLINE and WALKING THE TIDE

ACE Art Project at Bush House

Kar Mern Tan is showing in this exhibition, 12th – 17th June, image below. Over 60 artists present their creative responses to children’s artworks from remote communities in Romania, Ghana, South Africa and refugee camps in Europe, the latter facilitated by fundraising to

ACE Art Project at Bush House

Kar Mern Tan is showing in this exhibition, 12th – 17th June, image below. Over 60 artists present their creative responses to children’s artworks from remote communities in Romania, Ghana, South Africa and refugee camps in Europe, the latter facilitated by fundraising to