Friday, September 28, 2007
Thursday 25 October. The Collective has a free exhibition talk between 7-8pm where Kirsten Body will discuss Holly's McCulloch exhibition and the New Work Scotland Programme application process.
Stay on for£3 for the 8-10pm Live music session organised by Little Pebble. Ziggy Campbell and Amy Duncan play live at the Collective .
Thursday, September 27, 2007
Wednesday, September 26, 2007
Tuesday, September 25, 2007
PREVIEW - ALL WELCOME. FRIDAY 28 SEPT, 7 - 9PM
First up for Collective's New Work Scotland Programme 2007 (NWSP) is Glasgow School of Art graduate, Holly McCulloch. NWSP lies at the heart of Collective's Professional Development Programme and creates a dedicated three month period for the support and development of new artists in Scotland through exhibiting, writing and event opportunities.
Holly's exhibition features new work as part of an ongoing project where six basic colours of six dresses form the starting point for an investigation into the social and political meanings attached to colour. The drawings, sculpture and video featured in this installation describe the hierarchical statement of the colours in a mimicry of bureaucratic systems and institutional structures.
Tuesday, September 18, 2007
The Glasgow-based sculptor Nick Evans’ recent solo show at Sorcha Dallas involved an unusual foray by the artist into almost total abstraction. Though the ‘Primitivist’ aesthetic of classical modernism had been strongly present in Evans’ past sculptures, his older works also incorporated conspicuous figurative elements (referencing Cubist-style nudes, for example). more
(IMAGE: “Dear Green Place 4” Jack Cunningham)
Jack Cunningham – Contemporary Narrative Jewellery
Dates: Thursday 20th September – Friday 28th September
A contemporary studio jeweller, Jack Cunningham has for some years specialised within the genre of narrative jewellery, being that which communicates or tells a story through the use of visual imagery. This exhibition, by the Head of the Silversmithing & Jewellery Department at The Glasgow School of Art, the culmination of 6 years part-time doctoral research, this exhibition explores all aspects of Cunningham’s practice based work process and contextualises his output within a European framework.
Monday, September 17, 2007
The Campaign invites everyone to join in, using drawing to engage with the past, present and future. The eighth Big Draw runs from 1 to 31 October 2007, with a special focus on Saturday 13 October. Any drawing event in October can be registered as part of this programme.
Sunday, September 16, 2007
Monday, September 10, 2007
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Mapping Sculpture 1851 - 1951
Department of History of Art
FACULTY OF ARTS
£23,692 - £26,666 per annum
You will carry out a programme of planned and prioritized research defined by the Project Director to meet project aims. You will be part of a team of six researchers based respectively in London, Central England, North of England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland. You will work on specified cities within their designated region looking in detail at sculptural activity, associated businesses, trades and art infrastructures. The aim of the research team is to work collaboratively and incrementally to investigate the practice and profession of sculpture across Britain and Ireland between 1851-1951. You will contribute to the project outputs through research data entered into the project database which will be made publicly available on the GU website and by delivering a research paper at project seminar.
For more information go to http://www.gla.ac.uk