7th May 1986
17th May 1987
RELATED OTHER ACTIVITIES
Walthamstow School of Art, London.
Royal College of Art, Print School – graduated 1969 M Art R.C.A.
British Institute Engraving Award.
Rome Scholar in Printmaking (2 years spent in Italy).
Royal Academy Summer Show. (14 years consecutively).
Pratt Institute, New York.
British Export Show, Vienna.
Mostra 70, Mostra 71, Rome.
Victoria & Albert Museum Travelling Exhibition of Modern Prints
Royal Society of Painters & Etchers. Tyler Gallery, Rome
(3 man show).
South London Art Gallery Modern Prints Exhibition Rye Art Gallery.
Print Club of Philadelphia.
Pictures for School Exhibition, Cardiff
Royal Academy Touring Exhibition.
Chelsea School of Art.
Pictures for Schools Exhibition, Cardiff
Royal Society of Painters and Etchers, Mall Gallery.
ICA, British Graphics.
Anderson Gallery, Richmond, Virginia
Kimberlin Gallery, Leicester Polytechnic (3-man show)
Oxford Gallery, Prints and Wall hangings (1-man show).
Harlow Playhouse, Print Show.
Humberside Printmaking Competition
Harlow Playhouse (1-man show) Prints, Drawings and Wall hangings
The Show Room, Bonner Road, London (3-man show).
Metropole, Folkestone. (1-man show).
Dan Sullivan Gallery (1-man show).
McIntosh Museum, Glasgow (2-man show).
The Minories, Colchester (2-man show).
The Holden Gallery, Manchester Polytechnic, curated Monoprint
Exhibition and Workshop for Manchester Art Week.
Loughborough School of Art, Curated Staff and Student Exhibition.
Vortex Gallery (2-man show) – March.
The Holden Gallery, Manchester Polytechnic (1-man show) – April.
The Oldham Gallery, Curated Monoprint Exhibition, staff and students. Manchester Polytechnic (plus workshop) – June.
The Oldham Art Gallery – October (1 man show),
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.
Chelsea School of Art. Curated Monotype Exhibition from Manchester Polytechnic Fine Prints.
Vortex Christmas Print Show.
Corner House, Art in the Bar, Curated Christmas Show.
Drumcroon Education Art Centre, Wigan (1-man exhibition with Residency).
Angela Flowers selected Summer Show, Artist of the Day.
Gloucester School of Art Gallery, 2-man exhibition.
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition.
Printmakers from the RCA, Barbican Centre.
London College of Furniture, PEL Staff Exhibition.
Drawing Exhibition, group show, The Gill Gallery.
Monotype Exhibition, group show, The Gill Gallery.
“Paper Based”, RCA Society at the Consort Gallery, Imperial Gallery.
Joie De Vivre 1: Retrospective 1980-1987 (Newham Education Arts Centre, (with interactive workshops).
Joie De Vivre 2: Retrospective 1980-1987 (Newham Education Arts Centre, (with interactive workshops).
Seeing Believing – Watermans Art Centre group exhibition.
Fine Art Practice in Education Now – Watermans Art Centre group exhibition.
Flaxman Gallery, Staffordshire University, Fine Art at Stoke,
Drawing of the Month (June) Chelsea Arts Club.
A Clue of Thread, Chissel Gallery, Edinburgh University
Renewal: Watermans Art Centre. Group Exhibition with
Master Class Workshops.
Revelations: University of East London Group Exhibition
(55 Artists and Designers).
Universal Themes – Investigating and Understanding invited artists. Drumcroon Education Art Centre.
The Large Edition, Survey of British Printmaking, Quicksilver Gallery, invited artist.
Hadley House Gallery.
Oil painting for the Vestry, Christ Church, Wanstead, Crucifixion
Memorial Bench for Christ Church, Wanstead
Laing Art Gallery; 60’s-70’s; screenprint alongside, Beatles to Bowie Exhibition,[curated by The National Portrait Gallery]
Victoria & Albert Museum
Royal College of Art
South London Art Gallery
Glasgow Art Gallery
Tower Hamlets Collection
Leicestershire Education Collection
Drumcroon Collection, Wigan
Laing Art Gallery
Private Collections in Europe and USA
Studio International, Journal of Modern Art,
Murdock Lothian, The Guardian
Marina Vaisey, The Sunday Times
Look North, BBC1
Artists in Wigan Schools, Rod Taylor
Calouste Gulbenkian 1991
Mini Drumcroons – Arts Council/Crafts Council Project
Drumcroon Publication 1991
Art Monthly March 1992 Professor Clive Ashwin, on the Conference Art Education Beyond Studio Practice
The New Academic, John Cockram, ‘Turning Art Education Inside Out’
Chinese Whispers. Official Evaluation for the London Arts Board
Written by Paul Dash
Arts Education: The magazine of the National Foundation for
Arts Education “Chinese Whispers: Carnival Arts in Newham
“Making a Real Difference”: A Curatorial Essay, Joan Samuel
Photographs for, “Neapolitan Baroque & Rococo Architecture”,
by Anthony Blunt
New Contemporaries Exhibition Committee Member
Manchester’s 1st Art Week. Organised selected exhibition and workshop for Monoprint Exhibition, Holden Gallery, which was transferred to the Oldham Art Gallery
Initiated, titled and selected the “Art in the Bar” Exhibition Program for the new Cornerhouse Gallery in Manchester
Print Process Exhibition for Bolton Art Gallery Exhibition of a variety of print processes explained through photography, supported with original prints in each process, from proof to final print
Selected and organised the exhibition”Artists from Advanced Graphics”, Holden Gallery, Nov ’86. Work by Paolozzi, Walker, Hoyland, Philips, Irvin, Abrahams. Jones, Dine, Caulfield, Denny; plus proofs to print of the London Suite
Advisor to Granada TV “Portraits” Max Wall drawn by students from
Manchester and Liverpool Polytechnics.
Touring exhibition of Prints and Photographs, Print Processes explained, commissioned by NW Arts
Co-ordinated the Wigan Print Extravaganza 35 Artists in Residence in Wigan Schools. (Manchester Fine Print Students, Undergraduate & Postgraduate)
Advisor to Granada TV for the Celebration Series and participant in the “Wigan Print Extravaganza”, Granada TV produced a 27 minute film of my students working in Wigan Schools and myself as Artist in Residence. (With Brenden Nieland, Patrick Hughes, Michael Rothenstein & Marina Vaisey)
German Expressionist prints at Cornerhouse Gallery, demonstration workshop, run by Undergraduate Fine Print students
Mezzotints at Whitworth Gallery, demonstration workshop, run by the Postgraduate Print students
Invited Artists in Residence to the Hospitalfield House Trust, Arbroath, Scotland. Artist in Residence to the 4 Scottish painting schools
Advisor to Newham Leisure Services Gallery/Art Education Centre Feasibility Study
Negotiated (with Newham Leisure Services) the curatorship of the Gill Gallery Exhibition space for 18 weeks per year for 3 years
Curated the “Chinese Whispers” Carnival Arts Exhibitions. Interactive workshops, participation on 3 sites, the Gill Gallery, the Greengate Gallery, the Newham Education Arts Centre, participation from 28 primary schools, 2 special Needs schools, 4 secondary schools, 22 BA Hons Fine Art Students (UEL), Perpetual Beauty Carnivals Arts Club, London School of Samba Sponsorship from the London Arts Board, UEL., Newham Arts Education Centre, Nerwham Arts Education Centre, Newham Leisure Services, Newham Council Education Dept., The Paul Hamlyn Foundation, The London Docklands Development Corporation
Curated 3 interactive exhibitions: University of East London at the
Gill Gallery supported by Newham Leisure Services.
Exhibition 1 13th Jan-2nd Feb – 6 Artists in Residence
Exhibition 2 10th Feb-2nd March – 100 drawings
Exhibition 3 10th March-30th March – 100 Monotypes
Artist in Residence – The Small Mansion Art Centre
Joint Curator of the exhibition “Renewal”, Watermans Art Centre
Conceived and curated “Revelations”, 55 Artists and Designers at UEL
Project co-ordinator, for “Through our own eyes”
Schools/Artists co-ordination for, Art for Change Research/Training in Schools, Liaising with Tate Education. 6 Artists in Residence in Schools in Tower Hamlets, funded by Barking and All Hallows Foundation
Curated the exhibition for the Arts Council of
English artist Bashir Makhoul for the East London Gallery, (in collaboration with the Haywood Gallery ACE exhibition)
Curated the exhibition ‘Through our own eyes’
For the East London Gallery in collaboration with The Art of Change, Tate Education and the East London Gallery. Funded by Barking and All Hallows Foundation
Established the Grenville Davey/EDAW exhibition for The East London Gallery, (a Sculpture/Landscape collaboration). (Funded by the Arts Council)
Art co-ordinator for the Frontlines, Back Yards, conference, A Conference with differences, for East London’s Centre for New Ethnicities Research. (5 Artists in Residence in Schools In Newham) conference at the Institute of Education; funded By LAB
Curated the, “Making a Difference”, exhibition for the East London Gallery Member of the Steering group for the “Making the Difference” Symposium, UEL. Funded by LAB
Curated the exhibition “Inside Out”, from the Arts Council of England collection. A collaboration between Hayward Gallery Education; Newham Education; UEL, Fine Art Research & Development Group, (East London Art Partnership). Funded by LAB
Initiated the first Newham Schools Annual Showcase Exhibition in UEL. Exhibition from 60 schools from infants, primary, secondary, 6th form. In 2009 that event was used to launch an Offstead Report by HMI Ian Middleton.
Artist in Residence – Wanstead Church School
Invited speaker to NSEAD Annual Conference “New Initiatives in Art”
National Research Conference in Art and Design, Brighton. Presentation and Publication of a paper entitled “Art Education, Beyond Studio Practice”
Conceived the concept and jointly organised and presented the 2 day International Conference ‘Art Education, Beyond Studio Practice’ University of East London, sponsored by Grand Metropolitan
Paper to Symposium at Waterman’s Art Centre : Fine Art Practice In Education Now, paper entitled “Maintaining quality within a Diminishing unit of resource” (paper published ), joint organiser
Paper to symposium, “Subjectivity, Myth and Signifying”
Chessel Gallery, Edinburgh University, Settlement School Of Art Therapy, joint organiser
Presented in collaboration with Watermans Art Centre.
1 day conference on art education “Weapons of the Imagination” paper presented
“Deconstructing the frame : seeing possibilities for Art Education and believing in its practice”. Published In Seeing Believing exhibition catalogue, Waterman Art Centre
Subjectivity : A Clue of Thread Catalogue, Edinburgh University
Renewal 1, Renewal 2, project catalogue, Watermans Art Centre
‘Weapons of the Imagination’ Conference papers UEL And Watermans Art Centre
‘Through our own eyes’, documentation of project and evaluation
“Contextualising Fine Art”, The Hayward Artists in Residence Scheme
National Association of Fine Art Education Annual Conference (NAFAE)
Elected London College representative and Steering Group member (NAFAE)
NAFAE working party for the Fresh Art National Fine Art Degree Exhibition at the Business Design Centre
Conference on Assessment in Art and Design CHEAD, CNAA, Bradford