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David Sowerby, Rope machine (detail), 2016

David Sowerby — The Idles That Habit Forms

29th September 201721st October 2017

Within the context of the School’s Project Space, artist David Sowerby presents a series of objects each possessing a peculiar ontology and logic within both the University and his own multifaceted practice.

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Left image: Make up fix, (c) Olivia Loker, 2017; Right: Waiting Room, (c) Zoë Carlon, 2017

FUAM Graduate Art Prize 2017 - exhibition

8th August 20174th November 2017

BA Fine Art graduates Zoë Carlon and Olivia Loker have been shortlisted for this year’s FUAM Graduate Art Prize which showcases the work of four recent art students from the School of Fine Art, History of Art & Cultural Studies and the School of Design.

THIS IS A VOICE

11th August 201728th January 2018

Work by Sam Belinfante, Academic Fellow in Fine Art and Curatorial Practice, is part of a Wellcome Collection exhibition touring to Sydney this summer.
Image inside the Henry Moore Institute

Work in Progress ― workshop

20th October 2017 (all day)

All PhD students and staff in the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies working in the areas of museums, galleries and heritage are invited to share their work at this one day workshop.
Image inside the Henry Moore Institute

Work in Progress ― workshop

20th October 2017, 1.00pm4.30pm

PhD students and staff in the School of Fine Art, History of Art and Cultural Studies working in the areas of museums, galleries and heritage will share their work at this one day workshop.
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Pricing the Priceless? Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Cultural Economy of the Global Contemporary Art Market

25th October 2017, 12.30pm2.00pm

Join us for the latest in our autumn research seminar series when we will look at how 'value' is created and sustained in the contemporary art market, drawing from interdisciplinary perspectives and approaches.
Tom Beesley, Escape, 2016

Tom Beesley — Sifting Defunct Modernity

26th October 201718th November 2017

Within the school's Project Space Tom Beesley presents work that explores potential futures wrapped up in a possible past. Private view: 25 October.
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Centre CATH Research Salon

26th October 2017, 12.00pm1.30pm

An open reading group for graduates and staff looking at the work of Henri Bergson.
Griselda Pollock with students

Teachers networking event ― Truth Telling, Art History in the Digital Age of Global Uncertainty

26th October 2017, 5.30pm7.30pm

We invite teachers to join us for the Association for Art History's first annual public lecture ― with the opportunity beforehand to meet speaker Professor Griselda Pollock, alongside colleagues from the AAH, the School of Fine Art, History of Art & Cultural Studies and a variety of partner organisations.