Friday 11 March, 2-4pm, Kensington – available in-person and online
From homemade rainbows in front windows, vibrant street art murals and memorial walls, to community galleries offering periodic respite during the pandemic, the last two…
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Join us on Friday 17 September, 4.00-5.00pm, Kensington
In Spring 2020, as the COVID-19 pandemic closed UK museums, galleries and arts institutions, curator Hans-Ulrich Obrist called for radical government relief to support the nation’s…
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This is your chance to join Emeritus Professor of Cultural Studies, Alex Seago next Tuesday, 23 March, 5.00-6.00pm to discuss, What is this Pop? Considering Pop Art in Cross Cultural Context.
The generic art historical term ‘Pop Art’…
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This is your opportunity to learn all about how the film industry is now embracing diversity as well as the best way to build up a career in digital visual effects from experts at ILM (Industrial Light and Magic)!
Richmond, The American…
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Richmond University and London Film School, 21-22 May
London Film School, 24 Shelton St, Covent Garden, London WC2H 9UB
Tickets £10, free for students
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Dr. David Dibosa, Curator and Leader of the MA in Museums and Curating, Chelsea College of Art
Asa Briggs 212, 4:30pm, 31 March
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Dr. Judith Brocklehurst
17YS, Sem 3, 1:30pm, 27 March
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