UAL postgraduate Students (MA and PhD) are invited to join Post-Grad Community for a curator-led tour of the Exceptional: Collyer Bristow Graduate Art Award exhibition with Rosalind Davis on Friday 7 February.
An exclusive opportunity to hear Rosalind’s views on curating and to get an insight on the possibilities that are open postgrads as artists after graduation. Rosalind Davis is an artist-curator who wrote the book ‘What they didn’t teach you at art school’. Rosalind is also the permanent curator at the Collyer Bristow Gallery, which has been championing emerging talent in contemporary art for 26 years. As part of her curatorial practice, she organises the annual Collyer Bristow Graduate Art Award.
This award is aimed at supporting artists in the precarious initial years after graduation. Exhibiting artists are recent graduates of City & Guilds of London Art School, Chelsea College of Arts, Central Saint Martins, Goldsmiths, Kingston University, the Royal Drawing School, the Royal College of Art, the Slade School of Fine Art and Turps Art School.
There are limited spaces, to apply for a place, please email us at PGCommunity@arts.ac.uk and tell us:
- Your name
- Why you would like to attend
This event is organised and led by Claire Michel – Post-Grad Community Student Ambassador from MA Fine Art Wimbledon College of Arts.