MA Fine Art, Goldsmiths, University of London. 2004
MA Fine Art, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham. 1997
BA (Hons) Fine Art: Sculpture. Loughborough University School of Art and Design. 1990
Take Your Eyes Off. Carpenters Wharf Gallery, London, UK. Group exhibition curated by Laura White and Neil Zakiewicz. April-May 2020
Solo Exhibitions (selected)
The Clever Girl Painter. Tintype, London. 1st May – 1st June 2019.
Laura White: The Esque Collection, The Dean’s Chapel, Worcester Cathedral. Solo exhibition. Jan 8th – 10th Feb 2019. Part of The Precious Clay: Porcelain in contemporary art, at Museum of Royal Worcester.
Double agents and great refusers. theAgency Gallery London, UK
The MALAHITE Room. Gallery Cadaqués, Cadaqués, Spain.
We Can Have It All. SPACEX, Exeter, UK.
For living, for loving, for loathing. Pollen, Monflanquin, France
Anxious Glory. Collective Gallery, Edinburgh, Scotland. (Commission)
Chromodomo: Laura White. Scratching Walls and Sticky Décor. The Wall House #2, Groningen, Netherlands. Series of 3 Solo shows. Other artists – Erwin Wurm and Spencer Finch.
If I had a monkey I wouldn’t need a TV – Part 2. Carter Presents, London. Exhibition and Book Launch. (Pub. Laura White: The Stuff of Images.)
If I had a monkey I wouldn’t need a TV. Castlefield Gallery, Manchester. Exhibition and Book Launch. (Pub. Laura White: The Stuff of Images.)
Powwow. Gallery-33, Berlin.
Into the Cold Light. Transition Gallery, London.
Laura White: New Work. Firstsite Gallery, Colchester, Essex.
Projects at Christ Church. Christ Church, Spitalfields, London.
Deck George Rodger Gallery, University College for the Creative Arts, Maidstone.
Laura White. Alma Enterprises, London.
Laura White. Fordham Gallery, London.
In-Side. Bonington Gallery, Nottingham Trent University.
City Break. Cable Street Gallery, London.
Everything you do counts here. Margaret Harvey Gallery, University of Hertfordshire.
The Decima Gallery. Decima Gallery, London.
Laura White. Bradford Cathedral.
Square Meal. Rochester Square. Art Licks Weekend, Frieze Art Fair, London
WWW.TENDERFOOT.CO.UK: Exploration of Materiality. Supported by QUAD Derby and Goldsmiths College. Launched 17/2/17. (Ongoing project.)
Where YOU are sitting. Sited text. Appestat Café, Islington, London and Dalston CLR James Library London. (Ongoing project)
Object Selfies. Digital images for Instagram. (Ongoing project)
Body and Stuff: Exploring the Physicality of Materials and Objects. NewBridge Project, Newcastle. Talk and interactive event. 21/5/19.
Transformative Materials. A Two-Part Workshop exploring Transformative Materiality. Starting with Thinking Through Clay at Rochester Square Ceramic Studio, followed by Martin Conreen’s Library of Materials. (Goldsmiths College, London) 13/5 & 20/3/19
Laura White: Material Matters (‘Materiality’ talk and workshop.) Part of Matter(ing) exhibition, Platform, Southwark London. 16/2/19
Touching – not seeing | Seeing – not touching. City and Guilds London Art School. 21/11/18
Materiality Day: A Dough Thing. Interactive event with dough. NewBridge Project, Newcastle. 23/5/18
Material Matters – a two-part event exploring Materiality. Starting with Martin Conreen’s library of materials, followed by a day of glassblowing. (Goldsmiths College, London) 26/4 & 25/5 2018
MARs Materiality – to open up new ways of interacting, thinking and talking about materiality – materiality as the subject rather than a vehicle for the non-material and theoretical.Goldsmiths College, London. (Participants: PhD, MA and BA staff and students.) 14, 21, 28 Nov and 6 Dec.
Making Knowledge:CLAY, Goldsmiths College at Cubitt Studios and Gallery 17/2/17
Materiality – An Exploration, Goldsmiths College Fine Art and History of Art BA 22/11/17, Goldsmiths College at Cubitt Studio and Gallery 17/2/17, University of Leeds 30/11/16, Sotheby’s Summer School, London 13/6/16 and Houserules Summer School London 5/7/16
Auto-pedagogy – a day of bread making. E5 Bakehouse, London. Project with students from Goldsmiths College, Fine Art Undergraduate programme. 3/2/16
Auto-pedagogy – a day of bread making. E5 Bakehouse, London. Project with students from Goldsmiths College, Fine Art Undergraduate programme.
What it means to handle stuff – auto-pedagogy – a course in butchery.Project with Raven Row Gallery and The Royal College of Art, London.
Group Exhibitions (selected)
No Particular Place to Go? 35 years of sculpture at the Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, UK. Other artists include: Henry Moore, Sir Antony Caro,James Ackerley and Lee Grandjean. 6/9/19 – 27/10/19
BREAKERS. Warton House, Stratford, London. Neil Zakiewicz, Giulia Ricci and Laura White. June 2019
The Precious Clay: Porcelain in Contemporary Art. Group exhibition. New Commission, Museum of Royal Worcester. Meadow Arts. Sept 2018 – March 2019. http://www.meadowarts.org. Other artists include: Christine Borland, Edmund de Waal, Rachel Kneebone, Edward Chell, Jessica Harrison and Matteo Nasini.
The Precious Clay: Porcelain in Contemporary Art. Group exhibition. NewCommission, Museum of Royal Worcester. Meadow Arts. Sept 2018 -March 2019 http://www.meadowarts.org Other artists include: Christine Borland, Edmund de Waal, Rachel Kneebone, Edward Chell, JessicaHarrison, Matteo Nasini.
As Much About Forgetting. Viborg Kunsthal, Denmark. Group exhibition. Other artists: David Toop (UK), Pilvi Takala (FI), Michael Schultze (DE), John Russell (UK), Lea Torp Nielsen (DK), Sophus Ejler Jepsen (DK), Lara Eggleton & David Steans (UK), Jette Gejl (DK), TC McCormack (UK), Michelle Atherton (UK). Sept – Nov 2018.
Seated. San Mei Gallery, London. July 2018.
The Superorganism. Gallery Box, Gothenburg, Sweden. Other artists: Aganetha Dyck, Anja Carr, Dominique Rey, Linda Tedsdotter, Yngvild Saeter.
NOLAS. Laura White and Jessie Flood-Paddock. Cubitt Studio 5, London.
Cruel and Tender. (Vacuous Gallery.) Studio One Gallery, London. Artists include: Corinna Spencer, James Pyman and Kate Lyddon.
WAYFARING. & Model, Leeds. Artists: Laura White, Michelle Williams, Gamaker, Kreider and O’Leary, Zoë Mendelson. Curated by L.White.
It’s your birthday: Cubitt 25 years. Darbyshire, London.
The Flat Pack Session. Best Practice at Delta House Studios, London. Artists: Jake Clark, Laura White, Paul Housley, Martin Newth and Michael Samuels.
A Colorful World. Nanjing International Art Exhibition, Nanjing China.
Morphisisation. APT, London. Curated by Ben Woodeson. Artists included: Michael Samuels, Ruth Claxton, Susan Collis.
More Than I Dare to Think About: works with paper. Marlborough Contemporary, London.
London Utd. King&Bang, Reykjavik, Iceland. Artists: Dominic from Luton, Laura White, Mark Titchner, Gavin Turk and Peter Lamb.
Couriers of Taste: contemporary artists explore consumerism and trade.Part of the Sinopticon Project. Danson House, London.
Cowboy Style. Marlborough Contemporary, London. Artists: Werner Büttner, Psychoanal YSL, Agnieszka Brzezanska, Pamela Golden, Laura White.
New Foragers. Collyer Bristow Gallery, London.
SINOPTICON. contemporary chinoiserie in contemporary art. First phase: Plymouth: Saltram House National Trust, Plymouth Arts Centre, Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery & Plymouth College of Art.
Perfume on Violets. Blyth Gallery, Imperial College, London.
The Shapes Game: its hard to take your eyes off it. Laura White and Peter Fillingham. Carter Presents, London.
The Perfect Nude.Touring: Wimbledon College of Art London, Phoenix Gallery Exeter and Charlie Smith, London. Curated by Dan Coombs & Phillip Allen.
Attempts to get inside the World. Lewisham Arthouse, London.
White Pratt from Luton. 34 Toynebee Street, London.
All Hail. Angus-Hughes Gallery, London.
Small Scale Survival. Aid&Abet, Cambridge.
Gilding the Lily. Transition Gallery, London.
Smaller than a lemon. ANJELIKA, High Wycombe, Berks. Curated by Danny Rolph.
The Jolly (Good) Show. Collyer Bristow Gallery, London.
Object as Subject. Stephen Lawrence Gallery, The University of Greenwich, London. 3 person show: including John Mitchell and McKenzie Bassant.
Sculpture Now. Herbert Read Gallery, Canterbury.
The Future Can Wait. Charlie Smith Gallery. Old Truman Brewery,London.
The Earth Not a Globe 2. Rokeby, London. Curated by Dani Admiss and Dave Charlesworth.
Between my Finger and my Thumb. Curated by kobetsvasey. Schwartz Gallery, London.
Fault Line: Art in the Age of Anxiety. Nunnery Gallery, London. Curated by Sarah Elson.
STUFF. Presented by V22, London.
The Wharf Road Project: Don’t Open this Door if You Can’t Close it.Artists: Alison Wilding, Phyllida Barlow, Bettina Buck and Laura White.
Suffragette City. 219 Bow Road, London. Video Screening curated by Sheena Macrea.
Unnatural Histories. Nunnery Gallery, London. Curated by Myriam Blundell.
The Famous, the Infamous & the Really Quite Good. Decima Gallery, London.
Play. Bearspace@The Cello Factory. London. Curated by Julia Alvarez
Intervention. Fieldgate Gallery, London.
Multicomplexificationalities. Nunnery Gallery, London. Curated by Roy Exley.
Eau Savage Part 2. Fieldgate Gallery, London.
Re-Formation. Projects at Christ Church, Spitalfields, London.
Grotto. Studio1.1 London.
Beauty and the Beast. Fieldgate Gallery, London.
Conjunction 06. Redgate Gallery, Brixton, London.
Small Works. VINEspace, London.
Art Car Boot Fair. The Old Truman Brewery, London.
Basement Screen. The Residence, London.
Kamikaze Blossom. Fieldgate Gallery, London.
Eau Savage. Lucy Mackintosh Gallery, Luasanne, Switzerland.
LPW VINEspace, London.
Altered Beast. Three Colts Gallery, London.
Basement Screen. BasementArtProject.com
Prussian Blue. Carter Gallery, London.
Yabadabadoo. Cell Project Space, London
For and From. Metropole Galleries, Folkestone.
Sculpture at Canterbury. Herbert Read Gallery, Canterbury.
We Have Left the City Gates. Nunnery Gallery, London. Curated by JJ Chalesworth.
Urban Formalism. Cortex Athletico and Museum of Contemporary Art Bordeaux, France.
Avecom Video Festival. Arnhem, Netherlands.
On the Road. Pro Arts project. California, USA.
Grottos. Video screening, Candid Projection Rooms, London.
Alma Enterprises video screening. London.
Pleasure Garden. Nottingham Castle, Nottingham.
Nowhere Else but Here. Danielle Arnaud Contemporary Art, London.
Inter-mission. Bow Church London.
Imaging London. Houldsworth Gallery, London.
Amplifying Silence/Magnifying Stillness. Foundation D’Art
Contemporain Daniel & Florence Guerlain. France. Curated by RoyExley.
Lonely This Christmas. i-level, London. James Windsor Art.
Diversion. Museum of Garden History, London. Danielle Arnaud Contemporary Art.
Exposure. Standpoint Gallery, London. (Two person.)
Fair Charm and Foul Play. Deptford X, London.
Preface. International Biennale. The Hatton Gallery, University of Newcastle upon Tyne.
Museum of Installation Box Project. MOI London, Angel Row Gallery Nottingham, Turnpike Gallery Leigh, Unit 2 Gallery London Guildhall University, London.
Father Apollinaris Said. Vilma Gold, London.
The Ida Branson Memorial Bequest 98. Atkinson Gallery, Millfield, Somerset.
Sculpture 1. Economist Plaza, London.
Ikon Touring Exhibition. Birmingham.
Collection Olor Visual, Barcelona, Spain
SLUICE Art Fair, London. 16-18 October, Day+Gluckman, London.
Art Brussels, Belgium. 25-27 April, Marlborough Contemporary, London.
Cologne Art, Germany. 19-22 April. Marlborough Contemporary, London.
WWW.TENDERFOOT.CO.UK Exploration of Materiality. Curated Space. Guests: Ann-Sophie Lehmann, ‘words.on.things’ (Feb 2017), Sam Curtis ‘Beak Popping’ (May 2017), JC Kristensen ‘Pockets of Slime’ (Nov 2017), Ellie Doney ‘The Slick of Joy’ (Feb 2018), Cheryl Roberts ‘Archeology of Dust’ (May 2018) and sorhed ‘Ruck and Reel’ (Aug 2018), Adam Glatherine ‘In Search for a Digital Materiality’ (Nov 2018), Esther Sayers ‘The Materiality of Skateboarding: Motion as Material’ (Feb 2019)
WAYFARING. & Model, Leeds. Artists: Laura White, Michelle Williams, Gamaker, Kreider and O’Leary, Zoë Mendelson.
STUFF. Presented by V22, London.
The Wharf Road Project: Don’t Open this Door if You Can’t Close it.Artists: Alison Wilding, Phyllida Barlow, Bettina Buck and Laura White.
Salon 07. Seven-Seven Contemporary, London. Selector.
Beauty and the Beast. Fieldgate Gallery, London.
Commissions and Residencies (selected)
White Mud. Commissioned by Meadow Arts. http://www.meadowarts.org. Exhibited at Museum of Royal Worcester as part of The Precious Clay, Sept 2018 – March 2019
Pollen Residency, Monflanquin, France.
Sandarbh Residency, Belper, Derbyshire, UK.
Kleinsassen Art Gallery, Germany.
Internationales Obernkirchener Symposium, Germany.
23rd Iwate-Town International Residency, Japan.
Sheffield Hallam University.
Reviews and Articles (selected)
Sara Arvidsson. Superorganismen. Gothenburg Post, Sweden. 16/11/17
Mark Sheerin.The Act of finding, rather than carving is celebrated in Morphisisation at APT Gallery. Culture 24.14th August 2014.
Eudald Camps. Laura White The MALAHITE Room. Diari de Girona: Accents. 23rd August 2013. Pg 60-61.
Mark Sheerin. Dominc from Luton goes to Reykjavik. London United. Bad at Sports: Contemporary art talk. August 9th 2013.
Jessica Hemmings. All a matter of taste and trade: Couriers of Taste.Review. Crafts Magazine. July/August 2013. Pg 2-3
Simon Bayliss. We Can Have it All, Spacex. This is Tomorrow: Contemporary Art Magazine. Review. 6/2/13.
William Kherbek. Cowboy Style, Marlborough Contemporary. Port, Magazine. 25/1/13.
Skye Sherwin. Sinopticon, Plymouth. Guardian Guide: Exhibitions. 28th April – 4th May 2012. Pg 37.
Martin Freeman. Sinopticon: A Fresh Look at China. Plymouth Herald 27th April 2012
Sinopticon: Illusion adds to layer of mystery. Plymouth Herald. 4th May 2012.
Sinopticon: Factfile. Plymouth Herald. 4th May 2012.
Corinna Spencer. Intimates: large and small. Garageland Aug 2011. Issue12. Pg 66.
Phil Wilkinson. Anxious Glory. Collective Gallery, Edinburgh. The Scotsman, Edinburgh. Dec 2nd. 2010. Pg 11.
Julie Howden. Anxious Glory. Collective Gallery, Edinburgh. The Herald, Edinburgh.Dec 2nd. 2010. Pg 9.
A very White Christmas: Anxious Glory. Collective Gallery, Edinburgh. Edinburgh Evening News. Dec 2nd. Pg 9.
Martin Herbert. The Earth Not a Globe II, Rokeby. Time Out Review. Sept 10th -16th 2009. Pg 39.
Benjamin Ferguson. Fault Line: Art in the Age of Anxiety, ARTslant.On-line. June/July 2009.
Laura Mansfield. If I had a monkey I wouldn’t need a TV – Laura White. ArtArtArt. Issue 4. Jan 2009. Pg 14.
Robert Clark. Laura White Manchester. Guardian Guide: Exhibitions. 6th – 12th Dec 2008. Pg 38.
Aaron Lavery Laura White: If I had a monkey I wouldn’t need aTV. Metro. 25/11/08.
Ella Wrendenfors. New Vision Old Images – reinventing with Laura White.City Life, Manchester. 27/11/08
Castlefield Gallery. Laura White: If I had a monkey I wouldn’t need a TV.Creative Times. 14/11/08
Anonymous. Laura White: On View. Manchester Evening News. 28/11/08
Thalia Allington-Wood. Laura White at Castlefield. Manchester Confidential. 8/12/08
Victora Holman. Modern art, not rubbish. Telegraph blogs. 5/12/08
Jessica Holland Decim-tion in E3 : the Big Art show, Decima. The London Paper. 12/2/08.
The Famous, the Infamous & Really Quite Good. Evening Standard. Feb 2008.
Nathaniel Pitt. Two artists One Day: Ruth Claxton and Laura White Art of England. April 2008
Jessica Lack. Play London. The Guardian Guide: Exhibitions. Oct 27th –Nov 2nd 2007. Pg 37.
Jo Wilmot. It’s Electrifying…technological obsolescence, ecological concerns, illuminations, phosphorescence and projection in the work of Laura White. Garageland Oct 2006 Issue 3. Pg 50 -51.
Jo Wilmot. Laura White at Firstsite, Colchester. The Critical Friend. Spring 2006. No 4 Pg 35
Vanessa Desclaux Laura White: Project at Christ Church. AN Reviews Unedited. 26/11/05.
Didier Arnaudet Bordeaux: Charles Mason, Laura White. Art Press November 2005 No. 317 Pg 84.
Benoit Hermet. Charles Mason , Laura White: Two fish in London, Le Festin Autumn 2005 No. 55. Pg 100
Gilles-Christian Rethore Salutary Wanderers. Spirit. July- Aug 2005 No 11
Robert Clark. Pleasure Garden Nottingham. The Guardian Guide:Exhibitions Aug 2004. Pg 36.
Duncan McLaren.Imaging London. Art Review. October 2003 pg 113.
Jessica Lack. Imaging London. The Guardian Guide: Exhibitions. Aug 2003. Pg 37.
Sally O’Reilly Inter-mission’ Bow Church, the Nunnery. Time Out. Sept 2003.
Martin Coomer. Diversion: Museum of Garden History. Time Out. July 2002. Gardener’s Worlds. Art Review. Aug 2002. Pg 22
New Eastenders. BBC2 Documentary. April 2001 (Featured artist.)
New Eastenders. The Guardian (G2), Observer and Evening Standard.
Derren Hayes. Laura White: Fordham Gallery, London. AN June 2000. Pg 24
Derren Hayes. Dying Art. The Guardian 12/4/2000
In-Side: The Bonington Gallery. AN Feb 2000
Vicky Anning Two Views of Modern Art: Laura White/Andrew CleverleyLive Art Magazine. Feb 2000
Laura White: City Break Contemporary Visual Arts Publication. Aug 1999. Issue 24. Pg 81
Simon Grant, Beach Experience.The Guardian Guide. Aug 28 – Sept 3 1999. Pg 32
Laura White: City Break. Time Out. Aug 1999. Pg 49
No Particular Place to Go? Exhibition Catalogue. Published by Castlefield Gallery Publications, Manchester.ISBN:978-1-9162051-0-9
WAYFARING. & Model, Leeds. Artists: Laura White, Michelle Williams, Gamaker, Kreider and O’Leary, Zoë Mendelson. Publication designed by M.Rainford.
Morphisisation. APT London. Curated by Ben Woodeson. Artists included: Michael Samuels, Ruth Claxton, Susan Collis. Exhibition catalogue.
This Mess is a Place: A collapsible anthology of collections and clutter.By Zoë Mendelson. Contributor.
The Earth Not a Globe. Dani Admiss and Dave Charlesworth. Published by Rokeby, London. Exhibition catalogue.
CHROMODOMO. Published by Wandelroute T.G.V, Groningen, Netherlands
Fault Line: Art in the Age of Anxiety. Sarah Elson. Published by Bow Arts Trust and the Nunnery. Edited by Jeremy Clark. Exhibition catalogue.
Laura White: The Stuff of Images. Castlefield Publications, Corner House Distribution. Concept, editing and design Laura White and Graphic Design Studio HIT. ISBN 978-0-9559557-1-6
Laura White: If I had a Monkey I wouldn’t need a TV. Conversation with Lisa Le Feuvre and
Laura White. Published by Castlefield Gallery. Edited by Clarissa Corfe. Exhibition brochure.
Unnatural Histories. Myriam Blundell. Published by Bow Arts Trust and the Nunnery. Edited by Jeremy Clark. Exhibition catalogue.
Multicomplexificationalities. Roy Exley. Published by Bow Arts Trust and the Nunnery. Edited by Jeremy Clark. Exhibition catalogue.
Laura White: Seeing Through Objects. JJ Charlesworth. Published by Firstsite@the minories art gallery. Exhibition paper/ critical text.
Laura White: Projects at Christ Church. Published by Christ Church, Spitalfields, London. Edited by Lisa-Raine Hunt. Exhibition paper.
We Have Left the City Gates. JJ Charlesworth Published by Bow Arts Trust and the Nunnery. Edited by Jeremy Clark. Exhibition catalogue.
Eloge de l’immobilite et du silence. Published by The Blue Gallery,London. Exhibition catalogue.
In-Side: Laura White and RAIR Experimental. Chris McIntyre. Published by The Bonnington Gallery, Nottingham. Edited by Stella Couloutbanis. Exhibition brochure.
Laura White: Everything you do counts here. Alain Ayers. Published by University
of Hertfordshire. Editor Matthew Shaul. Exhibition catalogue. ISBN I 898543 356
Wear and Tear, by Laura White. Tangle Magazine, Goldsmiths College. 25/3/19
Inside and Outside, by Laura White. Göteborg Konsthall, Sweden MA Fine Art exhibition catalogue essay.
Encounters, by Laura White. Goldsmiths Undergraduate Fine Art Degree Show catalogue essay.
Counters: Glossy Hues and Sickly Saturations.Abby Manock. Catalogue essay. Aug 2009.
No Nature in the Rural. Sandarbh Workshop Review. AN Reviews Unedited. On-line. June 2009.
Artangel Open 100 (short-list)
2008, 2012 & 2015
Research Support Award, Goldsmiths College, University of London
Conference and Events Participation
Double Agents and great refusers: Solo Exhibition, The Agency Gallery, London, UK. Panel discussion related to the exhibition. Panel: Kristen Kreider (Prof at Goldsmiths College), Fabienne Gassmann (fashion designer), Kelvin J Birk (jewellery designer) and Laura White. 20/1/18
Panel participant. Cubitt 25 Years: Documentary Screening at the ICA.
Chair of panel discussion on ‘Skill’ as part of Symposium: Just what is it that makes today’s art schools so different, so appealing? ICA, London.
Contemporary Art Society – Artist Membership
Employment and Roles (current)
External Examiner, BA Fine Art, WKAC University of Kent.
0.5 Senior Lecturer in Fine Art at Goldsmiths College, University of London Undergraduate programme. Also PhD supervisor.
Employment and Roles (past)
Fine Art Periodic Review External Panel Member, Leeds College of Art.
Gallery Chair of CUBITT Gallery and Studios. London.
External Examiner. Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts, London. MA Fine Art, MA Photography, MA Art and Science and MRes (Moving Image/Exhibition Studies/Theory and Philosophy.)
External Examiner Mentor, University of the Arts, London. MA Academic Practice in Art Design and Communication.
2003 – 2009
Senior Lecturer in Fine Art Manchester Metropolitan University. Undergraduate programme.
Centre for Arts and Learning, Goldsmiths, University of London. Artist Talk. 27/6/19
University of Brighton. Artist Talk. 8/3/19
University of Worcester. Artist Talk. 14/2/19
City and Guilds of London Art School. Lecture and Workshop. 21/11/18
Bath Spa University. Guest artist. 14/11/18
NewBridge Project, Newcastle, UK. Artist Talk. 23/5/18
Gothenburg University, Sweden. Artist Talk. 8/11/7
Goldsmiths College, University of London: Artist Talk. 1/11/17
Sotheby’s Institute of Art, London: Guest Lecture. 15/6/17
George Rickey: Sculpture from the Estate, Marlborough Fine Art London. Guided Tour. 2/5/17
Mentor: CoLab. Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance.
Studio visit as part of the Associate Studio Programme. Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London.
External Critic for the Fine Art Cluster’s day. CASS, London Metropolitan University.
Kent University. Guest Lecture.
Glasgow School of Art. Guest Lecture.
London Metropolitan University. Guest Lecture.
Plymouth College of Art. Public Lecture.
Winchester School of Art. Undergraduate Fine Art Programme.
Lincoln School of Art and Design. Undergraduate Fine Art Programme.
UCA, Farnham. Undergraduate Fine Art Programme.
London Metropolitan University. Undergraduate Fine Art Programme
Goldsmiths College, University of London. Postgraduate Fine Art Programme.
2009 & 2000
Bath Spa University College. Undergraduate Fine Art programme.
Camberwell College of Arts, London. Undergraduate Fine Art programme.
2005 – 07
University College for the Creative Arts, Canterbury, Kent. Postgraduate and Undergraduate Fine Art programme.
2004 – 06
Goldsmiths College, University of London. Undergraduate Fine Art programme.
1998 – 2004
Nottingham Trent University. Undergraduate Fine Art programme.
1997 – 2003
Loughborough University School of Art and Design. Undergraduate Fine Art programme.
1999 & 2008
Wolverhampton School of Art and Design. Undergraduate and Postgraduate Fine Art programme.
Hertfordshire University. Undergraduate Fine Art programme.