‘Fans of Feminism’ is a survey of contemporary feminist art featuring a selection of work from the Cass Feminist Society and friends.
The show explores the notion of ‘temporal drag’, which forges an active dialogue between contemporary feminist discourse, and the strong tradition of feminist art history and criticism.
This approach establishes feminism not so much as a history, but as an on-going set of ideals - demonstrating the relevant, practical and positive impact the feminist art continuum has had, and continues to have, on the lives of women and men.
Exhibiting Artists: Judy Chicago, Thessa van der Kuyp, Seana Wilson, Caroline Halliday, Sheila Buckley, Mo Throp, Lisa Snook, Sarah Maple, Alexis Hunter, Sarah Lederman, Iona Roisin, Karen Turner, Adrian Dunn, Emily Clack, Coral Howard, Banu Cansever, Sebastienne McKay, Sarah Williams, Ruth Selig, Andrew Harawha, Misery Muff, Nikoo Shayesteh, Pat Hulin, Bob and Roberta Smith, Zoe Clifford, Ronan Salaun, Donna Barnett, Mona Ruijs, Natalie J Armes, Paula Stevens-Hoare, Roger Clarke, Fiona Dent, Julia Noble, Jo Ellison, Guy Assienne, Farida Bhula, Megan Jenkins, Parkash Kaur, Rolina Blok, Fiona Atkinson, Rachel Wooller, Jessica Crowley, Katharine Fitzakerly, Lewis Quinn, Marion Hack, Francesco Benenato, Hip Hop Hijabis, Gwen Anderson, Jemime Maccouu, Layla Belhaj, LUMASTUDIO, Klara Cecmanova, Maria Keirkhah, Oriana Fox, Andrea Medjesi-Jones, Jo Longhurst, & Oreet Ashery
Curated by: Thessa van der Kuyp, Seana Williams, Caroline Halliday, Sheila Buckley and co-curated by Mo Throp.
Prizes consist of ‘The Judy Chicago Award’ and ‘The People’s Choice Award’
Please join us for the private view 15 February 6:00pm - 8:30pm, a performance evening on Monday 18 February from 6:00pm and an afternoon reception 23 February 2:00pm - 4:00pm.
Exhibition 11th January to 2nd February 2013
Exhibition of paintings by Andrea Medjesi-Jones
Cass senior Lecturer at the forefront of a campaign to prevent Tower Hamlets council sale of Henry Moore sculpture
London is the picture that paints a thousand words – there is simply nowhere better for good artists to become fine artists
The School offers practical courses preparing graduates to work as artists; in film, television and animation and music technology. You are taught to the highest standards by artists and professional practitioners. Students develop technical skills through practical projects in a professional studio context and build the networking experience key to success through industry engagement. Artists learn among a diverse mix of critical, articulate and prolific students with excellent access to photography, digital media, print, painting and sculpture workshops. Media Production and Music students work on live projects for clients and our in-house television station Cass TV.
Exhibition Private View: 7 February, 6.00-8.30pm
This exhibition contextualises Stubbs’ painting practice alongside his rarely seen paper works.