Artist Talks at Fine Art at Plymouth University

Various locations at Plymouth University

[email protected]
https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/courses/undergraduate/ba-fine-art

Tuesday 10 February 2015 – Tuesday 24 March 2015
4:15 - 5:45 PM

These are the  Artist Talks for Fine Art at Plymouth University. They are part of the BA Fine Art course but are open to the public.

VISITING LECTURE SERIES: TUESDAYS at 4:15 PM

February 10th Paul Granjon
SHERWELL 2 UPPER LECTURE THEATRE
http://www.zprod.org/PG/home.htm

February 17th  Kimathi Donkor
ROLAND LEVINSKY BUILDING  LECTURE THEATRE 1
http://www.kimathidonkor.net/

Feb 24th  AA2A Artists
SHERWELL 2 UPPER LECTURE THEATRE
Holly Owen
Joanna Brinton
http://www.joannabrinton.co.uk/
Lee McDonald
http://www.leemcdonald.co.uk/


March 3rd Louisa Fairclough
ROLAND LEVINSKY BUILDING LECTURE THEATRE 1
http://www.spikeisland.org.uk/people/detail/louisa-fairclough/

March 10th Naomi Frears
SHERWELL 2 UPPER LECTURE THEATRE
http://naomifrears.com/

March 17th Luke Jerram
ROLAND LEVINSKY BUILDING  LECTURE THEATRE 1
www.lukejerram.com

March 24th Contemporary Art Practice MA Students
ROLAND LEVINSKY BUILDING JILL CRAIGIE
Monica Shanta Brown
http://monica-shanta.net/monica-shanta/Welcome.html
Anna  Whitall
http://www.annawhittallphotography.com/#!bio/c240r
Laura Hopes
http://www.laurahopes.com/

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