Part of the 'Art, Class and Politics: Explorations through Film' programme, with Film Curator Alice Butler - Screening a series of films created by artists, or focusing on aspects of art practice, on selected Friday lunchtimes between April and September.
Selected with Film Curator Alice Butler, she will also introduce each film and moderate a post-screening Q+A.
Art School by Anna Lucas
United Kingdom, 2015.12 minutes, Colour,
Shot over three years during rare breaks, before and after teaching, this film represents the generic spaces and facilities once seen in art schools up and down the country. In the absence of students it is the chipboard partitions in studio spaces, paint spattered chairs, the life-drawing studio, workshops and institutional offices that describe the work that takes place. All these spaces are imminently due for demolition and upgrade and the teaching methodologies themselves are being challenged and questioned. As the climate for the arts changes, new technologies emerge, and institutional expectations and requirements change, this model of Art School sits on the cusp of existence.
Booking can be done before the event or come on the day, subject to availability.
All screenings take place in Gallery 18.
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