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‘What place has feminism in contemporary practice?’

Dr Lara Perry is the leader of a Leverhulme-funded international research network on ‘Transnational perspectives on feminism, women’s art and curating’. She is co-editing a book on feminism and art curating, forthcoming from Liverpool University Press.
Dr Lara Perry will talk about recent exhibitions informed by feminism, followed by a panel discussion with:
Dr Lara Perry,
Kelly Chorpening, subject leader BA Drawing Camberwell &
Rebecca Fortnum pathway leader MA Fine art, Camberwell, author of Contemporary British Women Artists: In Their Own Words.
Wednesday, December 1 2010
Upstairs room at Dulwich Library
6.30 – 8.30
Arrive for 6.15

£5 on the door. £8 for non-members

 

 

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Dulwich Picture Gallery invites you to enter an online art competition based on the current exhibition Salvator Rosa.

Salvator Rosa (1615-1673) was one of the boldest and most powerfully inventive artists of 17th-century Italy. He was adopted as a hero by painters of the Romantic movement in the late 18th and early 19th centuries. He was mainly a painter of landscapes, but the range of his subject matter was unusually wide and included portraits, scenes of witchcraft and allegories.

A group of the works in Dulwich Picture Gallery’s current Salvator Rosa exhibition transport the viewer into a mysterious world of monstrous mythical creatures, bandits and magic. Drawing from Salvator Rosa’s work and a famous myth, legend or fantasy novel depict your own allegorical scene.

Your entry and a brief sentence about you (if you like) will be published on Dulwich OnView and the Friends of Dulwich Picture Gallery’s Flickr group The Rosa Competition.

  • Any flat medium – painting, drawing, mixed media, photos etc.
  • All entrants to be digital images of original works
  • Categories: under 18, 18 and over (more…)

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Southwark News has featured our new show. Check out the article bellow and get involved in what we’re doing:

Please let Jackie Brown know if you can give a couple of  hours of your time on one of the 4 Wednesdays in November from 1.30  to 3.30 to work with junior pupils and 4.15 to 5.15 with senior students. And of course come to our Private View on 3 November at 8pm in the Dulwich Library!

Please take a look at Gabrielle Bradshaw’s website, whose painting is featured in the article.

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Dear Artists,

We currently have over 400 subscribers on our page on Facebook. If you are on Facebook and haven’t joined our page yet, please do so and invite your friends and relevant contacts.

We’ve created an event to advertise the Dulwich Library Exhibition. Confirm your attendance here http://www.facebook.com/pages/South-London-Women-Artists/300805922952 and invite your contacts to attend the exhibition. Even if you can’t attend the Private View in person, once you RSVP, you will be given the option to invite your contacts.

If your work has been selected for this exhibition please upload it here to help promote both the show and your practice: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=291059&id=300805922952

Please state your name, the title of the work, medium and size. See Example

If you would like to upload the photo of your work but are not a Facebook member, or have not been added as an admin of the page yet, send your image and info to me and I’ll upload it: art@paolaminekov.com

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Just a reminder that SLWA’s next social event is this Friday 15/10/10. Meeting up to visit the Frieze art fair

For more details and to join in click here https://slwamembers.wordpress.com/2010/10/05/join-us-at-frieze-art-fair/

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The social in the crypt

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Networking is a good idea. Doing it over a delicious dinner is an even better idea. On a Wednesday evening in September, 20 or so SLWA members gathered in the Crypt of St Peter’s in Camberwell where we were treated to a Caribbean meal and a selection of wines. It was a relaxed way to spark ideas and make connections.

For my £15 donation, I enjoyed jerk chicken (swapping one of my chicken wings for a veggie spring roll from Jenny’s plate); fish with plantain and rice, and a slice of coconut cake to finish. The wine was brought by the diners and since I was keen to expand my range, I tasted, let’s say, a few of them.

The kitchen in the crypt of this historic church — one of only three designed by Sir John Soane — is not usually open in the evenings, so it made the event even more special. We had the place to ourselves, although a few visitors did come and go. ‘Are you the male stripper?’ was a cheeky question posed by one member to a chap who passed through, very quickly.

Joan Byrne

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Join us at FRIEZE ART FAIR

FRIEZE ART FAIR: the hottest date in the contemporary art calendar! Join us at FRIEZE ART FAIR on FRIDAY 15 OCTOBER. http://www.frieze.com Frieze Art Fair is London’s most influential art fair and has over 170 carefully selected international galleries exhibiting in Regent’s Park. Join us at 10.30 at the main gate for a fabulous day visiting all the galleries in one venue. As well as the main gallery showcase, the Frieze Art Fair Sculpture Park, located in the English Garden, is just a few minutes’ walk from the main site. You do not need to go to the Venice Biennale! Tickets available from http://www.seetickets.com or phone 08712303452 See Frieze Art Fair 2 for 1 offer if you are an a-n air member Phone or email moira.jarvis@btopenworld.com or phone 07729265248 so we can meet up at 10.30 and have a sociable time! Hope to see you there. Do let me know if you are coming. Very best wishes Moira Jarvis

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