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The next Friday Talk Lecture and Workshop will be with Turner Prize winning artist Mark Leckey  Friday 28 Oct at 11am – 1pm, West Court, ECA Main Building. Mark Leckey is a London based contemporary artist. His found object art and video pieces, which incorporate themes of nostalgia and anxiety, and draw on elements of pop culture, span several works and exhibitions. In particular, […]

Dialogues Festival happening next week on Wednesday 19, Thursday 20 and Friday 21 October.  All events take place in the West Court, start at 7pm and last around one hour: Wednesday features graduates of the Reid School of Music with performances by Nani Porenta, Eleni-Ira Panourgia, Dara Etefaghi and Louis McHugh. They’re exploring different […]

Image: Adrien Howard & K Patrick, Silence, film still, 14 minutes, 2021. Courtesy the artists. Description: a glossy black slug in the centre of the image makes its way across pebbles and mossy mulch, subtitles in yellow read ‘Cruising, fine’. 

Wednesday 12 October, 1pm  Talk and screening: Adrien Howard  The Wee Red Bar Join artist, writer, and ECA graduate Adrien Howard, for a screening of Silence (2021), made with K Patrick, and an informal chat about his collaborative practice, including artist led publisher, Rosie’s Disobedient Press, run with Lisette May Monroe. Wednesday 26 October, 1pm  […]

26 October 12-1pm GOI_2.13 Michael is Professor of Anthropology at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada, where he is also the Director of the David Lam Centre for Asian Studies ( This talk introduces the second book in an academic trilogy that began with Anna L. Tsing’s The Mushroom at the End of the World. […]

We are delighted to announce the Friday Talk Lecture series for 2022 / 23 accademic year, a host of exciting artists will be joing us through out the semester. The first Friday Talk Lecture will be with Glasgow based artist Jamie Crewe, who will give a lecture titled DEMONIC HALF-PERSON, on Friday 7 Oct at […]

CAA has engaged in a year long 50th anniversary celebration of feminism and art, culminating in a program and reception at Boston University’s Joan and Edgar Booth Theatre on Friday, September 23, 2022 at 4 p.m ET. This program will reflect on the incredible history of feminist pioneers at the organization while looking toward a […]

Reimagining Platforms is a new collaboration between The University of Edinburgh and University of Toronto. It is a one-day symposium taking place at the University of Edinburgh on October 31, 2022 that will bring academics and community and local partners together to develop methods and concepts to analyze the different futures and possibilities of platforms […]

We are delighted to announce the first event of the History of Art Research Seminar Programme for academic year 2022/23, which will a host series of live and online events. Our first seminar will be with the acclaimed international Taiwanese Artist Tehching Hsieh, on Wednesday 21st September @ 17:15 with at talk titled TEHCHING HSIEH […]

Portfolio Practice discussion with Gerrie van Noord and Richard Nash on the 19th May. RCA, London, 19th May 2022: In this free talk Gerrie, Gary and Richard will discuss the importance of art direction, critical writing and content curation in the construction of a portfolio.    


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