21st -25th September 2021
This exhibition brings together some of the U.K.’s most talented and ambitious working-class artists to show new, experimental and never before seen artworks. ‘Pure Class’ is a collaboration between the RCA and the Working-Class Creatives Database.
Colour and Poetry Symposium and online exhibition: Colour/Collage/Poetry
19th March - 22nd March 2021
Colour/Collage/Poetry, an online exhibition accompanying the symposium, curated by artist Rebecca Loweth.
'The Nomenclature of Colours' Exhibition, as part of Colour & Poetry: A Symposium
20th March - 21st March 2019
Exhibition of works by Slade staff, students, alumni and guests. Curated by Jo Volley & Stephanie Nebbia.
Summer Graduate showcase 2018
10th August - 7th September 2018
Anise Gallery’s Summer Graduate Show 2018 presents new art perspectives explored through graduate work. Embracing its ethos for connecting spatial investigation with art, the gallery aims to push this dialogue further through fine art practices. We are excited to present artists from Central Saint Martins, Slade School of Fine Art, Royal College of Art, Goldsmiths and Cambridge School of Art.
16th April 2018
A screening of new London, UK works in London, CA--the only curatorial premise for this program.
This screening will have a sister screening in London (UK) of new London (CA) works.
This is Not a Show, This is a Statement of Intent
April 9th - May 4th 2021
This is the first collective exposition from the Working Class Creatives Database, held in conjunction with Pineapple Black. Uniting the work is one thread: created by people from a working-class background. This is a statement of our intent. Involving an extensive number of members from the database, the exhibition will bring together many different disciplines to create a showcase for their work.
Middlesbrough Art Weekender in collaboration with Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art
26th September - 29th September 2019
This year’s North East Open Call is in collaboration with Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art.
Body as Archive
20th April 2018
Body as Archive was an event centered around gesture, which included a film screening followed by 3 hours of short and durational live performances, presented across 5 rooms within the Slade Research Centre.