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Peltz Room Gallery

Birkbeck School of Art and Screen Media
43 Gordon Square, London

OPEN: 10 May- 24 May, Mon - Fri, 2-6pm

You are warmly invited to The Day Remains_ii, an exhibition of work from UAL and RCA students and alumni at the Peltz Room Gallery at Bikbeck, University of London.

The Day Remains refers to an inversion of the title of the novel by Kazuo Ishiguro (Remains of the Day, 1989), in which he uses the structural devices of memory and perspective to interweave past and present in the subtle nuances of unspoken relationships. Here, the vestiges of memory and place are subtly turned on their head as their quiet marks belie their extraordinariness. The traces left behind by an abstract memory, vestiges of a forgotten narrative, fragments of a suggested landscape, and the imprint of embedded marks emerge in the work on show and create understated connections. This exhibition traces each artist’s individual treatment of the theme, in order to present a provocative and challenging visual exploration of the notion of what remains of our fragmentary remembrances.

There are two events along side the exhibition:
20 May: Open discussion on the memory, fragment and the ruin with Cecilia Jardemar, Victoria Arney and Victoria Ahrens
open to all, 6-7:30 in the Peltz Room Gallery, Birkbeck
21 May: Opportunity to speak to the artist about their work in the gallery space, 6-7:30

The exhibition is curated by Victoria Ahrens (UAL) and supported by the School of Art and Screen Media at Birkbeck College, University of London

Student Reps Reminder: Summer Term Course Committee

Date: Wednesday 1 May 2013

Time: 10am

Room: Ground Floor Meeting Room - WPN G04f (down the corridor from student contact desk)

28th August – 1st September 2013
Print Festival Scotland

Impact 8 International Printmaking Conference:

A celebration of interdisciplinarity and exploration through the medium of print
The eighth Impact international conference will be hosted in Dundee as a central element to the inaugural Print Festival Scotland – an event which aims to confirm the cultural diversity, historical significance and future potential of print.
Foregrounding the inherent experimental and interdisciplinary nature of print practices Impact 8 will provide a critical and interactive platform for the varied interests that make print such a unique discipline. From its hybrid roots in industry and scholarship, through traditional design applications and fine art practices to its consistent significance within emerging technologies and theoretical debate – print continues to play a crucial role in the exploration of borders and crossings – be they geographical, ideological, cultural, theoretical or practical.
With the theme of ‘exploration’ and the multiple identity of the print, in mind, we would like to welcome you to Dundee to explore the cross-disciplinary nature of print media. Impact 8 will build upon the meeting’s reputation as a truly international event whilst reflecting the cultural identity of Scotland and Dundee’s reputation and heritage as the ‘City of Discovery’ – from polar exploration to biomedical research and its traditions of print, printmaking and publishing.


Stephen Chambers in conversation with Professor Paul Coldwell

This conversation with the artist Stephen Chambers focuses on a new vast printed work The Big

Country recently exhibited at the Royal Academy (24 October—2 December 2012) as part of the Artist’

Laboratory series of exhibitions. This work, specially made for the Large Weston Room at the RA

explores the idea of a metaphorical mapping of the world from points of departure and the unnamed

spaces in-between. Chambers, a graduate of Chelsea School of Art, is both a painter and printmaker

whose work has included work for dance (This House will Burn 2001 Covent Garden) and numerous

book works.


Wednesday 15th May 2013

Lecture Theatre, Chelsea College of Art & Design

16 John Islip Street, London SW1P 4JU




CCW Graduate School Group

Full time Students Research Written Paper submission deadline: Wednesday 20 March 2013

Hand in Time and Location
Time: 10am – 12 noon
Location: Ground Floor Meeting Room - WPN G04f
Directions: To find the Ground Floor Meeting Room turn left immediately past reception, walk down the corridor, past the student contact desk; keep going straight and go through a door. The Ground Floor meeting room is to the left of double doors. It will be sign posted. Please ask at the student contact desk or reception if you are unsure.

Please ensure that your paper is bound or stapled but not in plastic sleeves.

Please ensure that all copies are labelled or have a cover sheet stating your:
Student ID number
Unit number

The number of copies you hand in is dependent on your pathway:

Book Arts - submit 3 hard copies.

Designer Maker – submit 2 hard copies

Digital Arts – submit 1 hard copy

Illustration – submit 1hard copy ( please keep back up copy on your computer hard drive)

Printmaking – please check with your pathway leader

Accommodated Assessment
If you qualify for Accommodated Assessment, you will hand in your paper at the student contact desk on the date agreed by your pathway leader; please contact them if you have any queries.

Cross cultural collaboration in printmaking

Private View 4th March 6-9

5th March - 3rd June
Bridewell Theatre Gallery Bar

Gill Smith
Valeriya N-Georg
Mariwan Jalal
Andy Gashe
Kate Innes
Annika Reed
Chenqxuan Wu
Alec Wang

Fish Tea and the Everlasting Hero

Please come to the private view of new prints by Annika Reed and Kate Innes

Rhythm Factory, Whitechapel, E1 1EW. Nearest tube Whitechapel, Algate East

March 7th 6-9pm


UAL Showroom exhibition opportunity – PRINT
To coincide with the Somerset House’s popular graphics show Pick Me Up, the next exhibition in the UAL Showroom will explore all areas of Print; from letterpress to 3D printing and everything in between.

SEE are welcoming all UAL students and graduates who have finished work they would like to see exhibited and sold in the exhibition, scheduled to open 22 April, to apply.
The exhibition is free and the deadline for applications is 11 March 2013.

Full information, including the downloadable application form

Dont forget to check the SEE website and the Critical Practice / PPD page of the main wiki site for Personal and Professional Development oppurtunites.

Student Reps: Spring Term Course Committee Update

Please see:




Tuesday to Saturday 11am–5pm (or by appointment)

Beardsmore Gallery

22–24 Prince of Wales Road London NW5 3LG

T +44 (0)20 7485 0923


Sue Hubbard ( is doing a talk on her poetic writing and art practice at 10:30 on
Tuesday January 22 in the Ceramics Lecture Theatre.

ALL welcome

Student Reps: Spring Term Course Committee

Date: Wednesday 6 January 2013
Time: 9.30am
Room: Bar Lecture Theatre, Peckham Road (immeadiately next door to canteen)

If you are unable to attend but wish to comment on the papers or have any issues that you want to raise please email by Friday 25 January 2013.

Student Reps: Informal Meeting with Maiko (acting joint course director)
Date: Wednesday 9th January 2013
Time: 10am - 11am
Room: Ground Floor Meeting Room - WPN G04f

This meeting has now been cancelled and will be rescheduled when more people are able to attend!

Dear All
My days at Camberwell in January will be Mondays and Wednesdays.
From February onwards this will change to Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

(Mondays and Tuesdays will be open to all years to attend scheduled Tutorials/Seminars etc.)

Studio Space Advert - East London

Brought to you by Print Club, Millers Junction is a new creative studio studio offering desk-space to over 30 illustrators
and designers, ideal for freelancers and small collectives. We are looking for individuals, to help produce a collective
spirit of creativity, with a view to create an exciting and inspirational environment.

Included in the £200pm price of your desk-space:
• 10hrs screen printing at Print Club London per month.
• A free screen printing workshop!
• Meeting room for client bookings
• Use of gallery space for your own or collaborative events
• All rates (water, electricity, broadband)

Check out our website and current members at www.millersjunction.comEmail for details
or to arrange a viewing

Print Club London
Unit 310-28 Millers Av
London E8 2DS
t: 0207 254 9028

m: 0796 086 0077

Please see below info from Flat Time House, the home and studio of artist John Latham a walk away from College.
This offers opportunities for all MA students here.

Paul Coldwell has been invited to take part in studio debate over the so-called death of printmaking in a digital age on The Left Bank Show
Resonance FM,
Resonance 104.4 FM <>
The show is broadcast live at 1630h on Friday 16th Dec and repeated on Saturday 22nd at 2030h. There will also be a podcast.


Printmaking Today - Winter 2010 - copy in Library

A recognition of Camberwell's 2010 Printmaking Graduates Jenny Bell and Marianne Ferm in the MAKERS WIN PRIZES article. [page 20]
Jenny Bell for her screenprints [I am the lucky owner of 2 of her prints] and Marianne for her beautiful sublime etchings of waterfalls - SUE