- Copper is Restless Until it Becomes Gold*
- From Phantasmagoria to Science! SOLD OUT
- UCL Library Treasures Show & Tell
- Pleasure, Pain & the Capacity to Relate
- Subtitles, Surtitles & Supertitles
- Find the Mind's Construction in the Face
- Blimey! We're all Cockneys Now
- After Winter Comes Spring (Winter Ade), 1988
- A Decade in Digital Humanities
- Café Culture: Games at the Grant - SOLD OUT
- Still Digging. But in the Archives
- An Appointment with Dante
- Flickering, Lost, Forgotten: London's Silent Picture Palaces- SOLD OUT
- Slade Salon Afternoon
- Slade Degree Shows
- This is Where We Came in. Memories of 60s Cinema-Going
- Ronald Reagan Movie Star
- You Must Read This Book!
- Auschwitz: Awkward Approaches
- Midnight Moonshine- SOLD OUT
- Jeremy Bentham & the Ones that Got Away
- Philosophy and Theatre
- Telling Mother Tongues. Ponglish: Playing with Words
- Telling Mother Tongues. I am Polish: Meet the Artists
- Sauna on the Moon (Chang'e), 2011
- London’s Burning: Our Habitat in Times of Crisis
- 1492: The Year the World Went Global
- Landscapes Within: Experience the Music
- Music Revolution! Mozart. Rossini. Whatever Next?
- German Literature on the Beach
- 10 Researchers | 10 Objects | 100 Hours
- Voices of War: UCL in World War I
- Tours of UCL Main Library and Institute of Archaeology Library
Slade Salon Afternoon
10 April 2014
Wednesday May 28
Wilkins North Cloisters, Wilkins Building
The Slade School of Fine Art hosts short taster presentations on current research projects, introduced by Susan Colins, Director of the Slade.
The afternoon's programme will include:
Karin Ruggaber and Nick Booth discuss the collaborative pop-up between sculpture students, geologists and Earth Sciences at UCL.
Jo Volley and Gary Woodley discussing the Materials Research Project and Material Museum.
Melanie Jackson on the nut of the sea coconut (Lodoicea maldivica), the largest seed in the plant kingdom and its uncanny resemblance to female human buttocks on one side, and belly and thighs on the other.
Florian Roithmay's short presentation of sounds and conversations recorded at the El Kurru archaeological site, Sudan.
Hayley Newman’s Histoire Economique, frottages taken from banks in the City of London.
Gary Stevens on INSPIRE, a workshop he designed and guided aiming to introduce a variety of media and methods within the framework of institutional art education and encouraging interdisciplinary practice, between the Slade and the University of Dhaka.
Neil Jeffries on his deep interest in medieval art and how the continuing insistence of an awkward figuration fuels his work.
Andrew Stahl discussing the
three Monologue Dialogue residencies and exhibitions that have taken place
during the last 8 years.
A drinks reception will follow this event at 5pm.