wikis are by there nature never complete - this site is used to manage useful information for the MA Fine Art Digital course at Camberwell College of Arts, University of the Arts London
From 2004 we have used a wiki as a open platform for organising this course. Sadly the previous wiki provider closed down in July 2018 and therefore we are currently still migrating all the content to this new wiki platform, using https://www.dokuwiki.org/ on our own server.
We will be adding more content over the next few weeks and months
Free event looking mostly at conserving and preserving net art
exhibition for 3 days only
A group show in January with London Group members and friends including the Computer Arts Society and Lumen Prize.
Opening drinks Tuesday 4 December - 18.00 - 20.00
On display 5 Dec - 9 Feb, AtoB Gallery Camberwell College of Arts, London
What can images do to start a conversation and build exchanges between people from different fields? Art students from Camberwell College of Arts and Neuroscientists from Oxford University met and introduced their work and themselves using and making images. These images are now on display in the AtoB Gallery at Camberwell College of Arts.
SHARED LANGUAGE is an experiment at the meeting point of art, design and neuroscience devised by Sigune Hamann and Jonathan Kearney and funded by a Teaching and Learning Award.
The exhibition coincides with the launch of the website http://www.sharedlanguage.co.uk
Thursday 6 December 18.00 - 21.00
Peckham Road Lecture Theatre
Join us for an evening of debate to find out more about the 8 prototypes created by 40 students from across UAL, as part of the first UAL Creative Computing Institute’s fellowship with Feminist Internet.
Betty from 1st year and Artette from 2nd year have been involved in this and their groups will be presenting their prototypes.
Tuesday 20 November 2018
An exhibition of work by Ralph Overill & Ana Teles.
6-8 November 2018, 12-6pm Triangle Space, Chelsea College of Arts 16 John Islip St, Westminster, London SW1P 4JU
Both artists’ works, and the processes involved in making them, are informed and shaped by the materials they choose, as well as the environment around us. It’s a process of play and collaboration, with acknowledgement to just how porous the divide is between our selves and our surroundings. Curated by Emma Gradin.
Opening reception Monday 5 November, 5-8pm. All welcome!
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for accessibility and any other information.
Image: Studio visit (AT and EG) to Ralph Overill's studio in Billericay, August 2018.
An invitation to take part!
Add to the postcards on display…
Some materials provided, feel free to bring your own
In the Learning Zone (across the courtyard, opposite the canteen)
Until the 30th October 2018
2 workshops where up to 40 UAL students will learn how to imagine and prototype Personal Intelligent Assistants (PIAs) that promote equality and inclusive understandings of gender
Applications and details here: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1kB3plycw40hS9v-fTFNl5zWsMhUwLXOq/view
- with accomodation and a £500 grant from UAL
Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art, Manchester, UK Deadline for applications: 31 October 2018
All the details are in your Post–Grad Community email (check your UAL emails)
4-7 October 2018
If you are never visited a large art fair, you should, but it can be a challenging place!
29/30 & 6/7 Oct 2018
Venture into the depths of SE London and explore Catford, where over two weekends 100 artists, designers and makers are showing and selling works in their homes, studios and public spaces in over 40 venues in SE6.
Nearest stations are Catford or Catford Bridge and the area is served by many buses.
The booklet to accompany your trail may be picked up from any venue or downloaded here:
More stuff for the weekend 4-7 October!!