Tuesday, 29 November 2011

Prizes, Awards, Bursaries...

Please go to the "Opportunities" tab for the latest details on how to apply for exciting new  opportunities for artists. In particular I would like to draw your attention to the brand new "John Ruskin Prize". 

This new prize created by the Campaign for Drawing and the Guild of St George aims to encourage fresh interpretations of the natural environment. The deadline is the 1st June, for details about the prize how to apply visit  John Ruskin Prize

For Further reading go to the Guild of St George web site Guild of St George

Isobel Brigham

Isobel Brigham will be exhibiting in the Christmas Show at Browse and Darby, 19 Cork Street, London, W1S. Opening 6 December, 6- 8pm, exhibition continues until 23 December.

Joanna Moore & Nhatt Nichols

Jo and Nhatt will be running a stall selling their art work at "Up Market" on Brick Lane every Sunday in the weeks running up to Christmas.

For details go to Sunday Upmarket

Rosie MacCurrach

Rosie will have a spare room available in mid january, she lives in a shared house in Tottenham, on a quiet road, 5 min walk from Seven Sisters tube,(20 mins to oxford circus) and overland (15 mins to liverpool st).Rent is £375 per month not including bills. For more information please contact Rosie at cocarosa@yahoo.com

She will also be running a Christmas Shop in Stoke Newington just off the high street on the weekend 10- 11 December.
Everything for sale is made by local 'makers' and friends and  there will be spiced cider! Click on flyer for details.

Leonie Lachlan

Leonie has a solo show at the Beach, 20 Cheshire Street, E2 6EH, opening night 1 December at 6pm, show runs until 8 Dec. Leonie also has work in Art Review, Design Week and the Dazed and Confused blog.

India Teaching Residency

Another image of India from Konrad who is currently teaching at the Institute of Fine Art in Modinagar along with Siobhan Lennon, Emma Seach and Daniel Preece.

Serena Rowe

Serena Rowe is exhibiting 23rd November – 24th December at the Anthony Woodd Gallery, 4 Dundas Street, Edinburgh www.anthonywoodd.com
and from 26th November – 21st December at the Jerram Gallery, Half Moon Street, Sherborne, Dorset

For more info go to link Jerram Gallery

Tuesday, 22 November 2011

Indian Teaching Residency

This year's alumni teachers, Emma Seach, Siobhan Lennon, Konrad Gabriel and Daniel Preece, have set off for India to teach at the International Institute of Fine Art in Modinagar until the end of December. Here is a picture from Konrad of the busy streets of Delhi!

Anna Ilsley

Anna Ilsley's paintings "The Ghosts in the Back Garden" and "Bangladesh" were selected for this year's Bloomberg New Contemporaries show which will be on at the ICA from 23 November- 15 January. 

For details click on the link Bloomberg New Contemporaries

Nicholas Bush

Nicholas Bush currently has a solo exhibition of paintings entitled "Clergy Portraits and Paintings of the South Downs" at St Mary Le Bow Church, Cheapside, EC2, until 26 November.

For details click on the link St Mary le Bow 

LAST CHANCE TO SEE Ruth Borchard Self Portrait Exhibition

Last chance to see this exhibition of self portraits including work by alumni and faculty:Katia Lom, David Caldwell, Daniel Shadbolt, Georgina Sleap, Sally Pannifex, Catherine Goodman, Thomas Newbolt, Julie Held and Robert Dukes. 

On at the King's Place Gallery until this Friday 25 November. 

For more info click on the link King's Place Gallery

Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Thomas Robinson

Thomas Robinson has a one man show at ArtsMill Gallery, West Yorkshire until the 20th of November 2011. 

See his web site for more details: Thomas Robinson

Stuart Pearson Wright

Stuart Pearson Wright's portrait of Alison Steadmen is currently on view at the National Portrait Gallery in an exhibition entitled Actresses Now. The portrait displayed above is by Drawing School tutor Ishbel Myerscough.
Exhibition continues until the 8 January, for more info click on the link below.

Edward Coyle

Ted is exhibiting in The Other Art Fair 25th-27th November at the Bargehouse, Southbank. 

For more info click on the link The Other Art Fair

Tuesday, 8 November 2011

Antonia Bruce

Antonia Bruce (student 2003/4) put together an exhibition looking at the role of faith in the healing process. It is called Infinitas Gracias and is the Miracles part of Miracles and Charms which is  currently showing at Wellcome Collection, on Euston Road until the end of Feb 2012. It features votive paintings from Mexico showing miraculous happenings in peoples lives. 
To find out more visit the Wellcome Collection website.