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Fine Art Spring show now live online

London Met School of Art, Architecture and Design BA Fine Art students, Level 4 and level 5, spring show is now live online. Browse  the website here until  31st of May, for some fantastic work! You can ‘visit’ a 3D … Continue reading

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The Annual Frederick Parker Lectures

The Fredrick Parker Collection is held in our Special Collections, and is a unique resource covering over 300 years of British Furniture making and design, from 1600 to the present day. The Collection consists of over 200 chairs, together with … Continue reading

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International Women’s Day resources

8th March is International Women’s Day, so a great reason to promote some of the online resources you can use to discover  information about inspirational women, not just in art and design, but across other subjects. As London Met students … Continue reading

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Printed Matter Virtual Book Fair

In a few days time (24th -28th February), the Printed Matters Virtual Book Fair will open  – its free to attend and you don’t need to go anywhere (registration required for the Opening programme). The Printed Matter Book Fair exhibitors … Continue reading

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Artists and Archives

South London Gallery At time of writing The South London Gallery, along with other galleries in the UK, is closed due to the pandemic, however you can find some great information and events online around their exhibition  An archive by … Continue reading

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New online library resources

London Met Libraries have been able to buy more online resources, due to the ongoing pandemic, and our physical libraries currently being closed again (January 2021). You can find more information in our library news section, but a few highlights … Continue reading

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Studio Ghibli resources

Last Tuesday, 5th of January, marked the 80th birthday of Japanese animator, director, producer, screenwriter, author, and manga artist Hayao Miyazaki. He is the co-founder of the world-famous film and animation studio Studio Ghibli, which boasts an array of award … Continue reading

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The Social Art Library

The Social Art Library  is a new collectively-built archive and resource library for and about social art practice by AXIS. It is one of the outcomes of  a project with Manchester Metropolitan University, in recognition that increasing numbers of Axis … Continue reading

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British Art and Natural Forces online programme

The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art has been hosting an online programme of research events relating to British Art and Natural Forces. The events focus on the encounter between artistic and art-historical practice and the forces of … Continue reading

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65,000 photographs to browse on Ed Ruscha archive

The Getty Research Institute (GRI), had launched 12 Sunsets: Exploring Ed Ruscha’s Archive, which is an interactive website allowing you to browse through more than 65,000 photographs taken by artist Ed Ruscha between 1965 and 2007 of Sunset Boulevard in … Continue reading

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