Monthly Archives: October 2012

Cass Alumni showing in Photomonth 2012 – Spooky Private View

  Cass Alumni showing in Photomonth 2012 SUBTEXTS Cass Alumni Heloise Bergman, Coral Howard and Kate Kotcheff are showing photography work at The Doomed Gallery as part of Photomonth 2012. Spooky Private View: Wednesday 31st October 6pm-10pm Opening: 1-4 November … Continue reading

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Stephen Berkoff”s East End photographs at The CASS

Steven Berkoff is famed as an actor and a playwright but his talents as a photographer are less well-known. He grew up in London’s East End and as a young man, began a photographic record of his rapidly changing neighbourhood. … Continue reading

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Archives Hub

The Archives Hub is an easy to use website which makes it possible to search for  subjects across a wide range of UK archives. The Hub  is an invaluable tool to help discover the location of primary research materials for … Continue reading

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Britain at Work images & audio

The Union Makes Us Strong is a joint London Metropolitan University and TUC archive. Art, Design and Media students will find a rich source of work and social history photographs  on the website. The posters, pamphlets, and badges show how … Continue reading

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Art for Social Spaces: e-learning resource

Public Sculpture and Urban Regeneration in Post-war Britain, by Gillian Whitely. This illustrated learning resource is available from the VADS (Visual Arts Data Service) database. Designed for postgraduate level – of interest to students of fine art, art history, theory … Continue reading

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New British Film Institute Library

The new BFI Reuben Library has opened on London’s  South Bank. The collection encompasses both British and international  film and television history. Books, journals, documents and audio recordings are available for reference use. Read more before visiting  

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Arts on Film Archive

Arts on Film Archive offers on-line access to UK documentary films on art made since the 1950s. A valuable primary research resource and record of British and international post-war art. The database of over450 films is searchable and the results … Continue reading

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Kenneth Grange: Making Britain Modern

The first book to document the work of the internationally renowned post-war British product and industrial designer, Kenneth Grange. Published to coincide with the recent retrospective at the Design Museum it includes essays by renowned design writers Fiona MacCarthy, Deyan … Continue reading

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UK Jewellers’ Collective

This is a useful forum where a friendly group of jewellers and fine metalworkers exchange advice online. Most of the posts are about technical problems and solutions. There is a gallery section and a link to a current precious metal … Continue reading

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ArtLyst

ArtLyst is a web project created by Artists  to facilitate contact between artists, designers, galleries and collectors.  It  aims to promote cutting edge contemporary art and design. Includes a guide for exhibitions and events. Become a  member to post and … Continue reading

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