Posts Tagged 'art'

the announcement

Cecilia will be the Dean at KHiB Dept of Fine Art from August, so we will move to Bergen for then. We are very happy to be doing this. KHiB is forward-thinking, has a great reputation built by staff and students over a number of years and we are pleased for our nomadic journey to continue.

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Joya residency + Icelandic volcanic ash cloud + an announcement


A lot happened in the last four weeks and we will attempt to
cover this in the next week – it felt right to stay in the space of what was going on without the compulsion to blog it immediately – lets see how it reshapes here

the queen & mcqueen

a contemporary artwork for our times –
via>bbc

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And so, to an expressed global mission..

a call for new visions, new efforts

welcome

Creativity in the Face of Climate Change

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this is a fantastic programme and links poetically and thematically to the work of Tim Morton – of whom we will be learning more about imminently

First showing of ‘folded’ – maps – at the beautifully formed Space Station Sixty Five

Be careful what you wish for EXHIBITION EXTENDED‏
From: Space Station Sixty-Five (spacestationsixtyfive@btopenworld.com)
Sent: 04 March 2010 16:06:35
To: Space Station Sixty-Five domain email (info@spacestationsixtyfive.com)

EXTENDED RUN
18/12/2009–25/04/2010

CLOSING EVENT FRIDAY 23 APRIL 6.30-8.30

FINAL DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS WEDNESDAY 21 APRIL 2010

The earlier you send us something the longer it will be displayed for. The window is being re-hung each week.

Contributors selected so far include:
Alain Ayers, Elaine Arkell, John Butterworth, Zoe Brown, Sarah Cole, Jo David, Kimathi Donkor, Sarah Doyle, Leyla Folwell, Charlie Fox, Peter Fraser, Cecilia Gelin, Beatty Hallas, John Heyderman, Rachael House, Paul Jones, Cyril Lepetit, Mrs Migginsmiddle, Olivia-Jane Ransley, DJ Roberts, Danielle Rosier, Eli-Rose, Alice Randall, Ben Randall, Nicola Schauerman, Erica Smith, Nicola Wills.

Space Station Sixty-Five invites you to tell us your hopes for art.

Your contributions may be selected to make an evolving window exhibition at Space Station Sixty-Five.

To take part please email us a Word, RTF or Pages document or a jpeg with an image at 300dpi.

You may also post contributions, no larger that A4, to Space Station Sixty-Five, 65 North Cross Road, London SE22 9ET

We are sorry, original artwork will not be returned, copies are preferred.

If selected, your work will be attached to the inside of the Space Station Sixty-Five window and viewed from the street.

Some of this work will help to inform future Space Station Sixty-Five discussions and events.

We look forward to receiving your emails and postal contributions; the exhibition will develop as they arrive.

Space Station Sixty-Five
65 North Cross Road, London SE22 9ET
020 8299 5036
http://www.spacestationsixtyfive.com
info@spacestationsixtyfive.com

Buses: 40, 176, 185, 37, 12, P13, 484.
Rail: East Dulwich (from London Bridge) (check for engineering works at weekends)
Tube: Elephant & Castle or Oval (then bus)

SPACE STATION SIXTY-FIVE MAP
HERE:<http://www.multimap.com/map/browse.cgi?pc=SE22%209ET&scale=10000 >

Transport for London for bus, tube and road information and bus maps:
National rail enquiries: for information on overground trains.

Morning reading – via Mute

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