Stephen Lawrence Gallery
With its “shop-front” location, this self-contained, dedicated exhibition space takes its place in the thriving Greenwich arts scene and is a window on the creative life of the University’s new academic building in Stockwell Street, which houses subject specialisms in architecture, digital arts and design. For more information about this gallery, its history and objectives, please see the about page.
- 15th Jun - 25th Jun 2016
- Stephen Lawrence Gallery
The Department of Creative Professions & Digital Arts invites you to a showcase of a work from graduating students. The exhibition features a broad range of practices, from film making, animation and 3D design, through photography and drawing to 3D modelling. The exhibition will be held in the Stephen Lawrence Gallery and the first floor studios in […]
Like a “town square” the Project Space provides a location for a calendar of events at the bustling centre of the new academic building. The Project Space also hosts displays in association with conferences and talks in the adjoining lecture theatres and occasionally allows room for the larger exhibitions in the Stephen Lawrence Gallery to expand.
- 16th June - 3rd July 2016
- Project Space
University of Greenwich; Department of Architecture & Landscape Exhibition 2016 Exhibition Opening: Wednesday 15th June [6 – 9PM] Open Day and Show Tours: Saturday 18th June [11 – 4PM] Open Daily: Thursday 16th June – Sunday 3rd July 2016 10am > 8pm [Mon – Fri] 10am > 6PM [Sat – Sun] Location 1st Floor Studios 10 Stockwell Street Greenwich, London SE10 9BD […]
Located in the historic setting of the Old Royal Naval College, the Heritage Gallery lends itself to longer-term exhibitions dealing with the University’s history and values. Recently renovated, this gallery offers a resource to our students and staff as well as a point of communication between the university and the many visitors to our World Heritage Site.
- 22nd Jun - 2nd Jul 2016
- Heritage Gallery
Films and Drawings By: Clemens Aniser, Anna Götte, Pia Grobner, Cenk Güzelis, Valentin Heutwieser, Niklas Jakobson, Cathy Leung, Daniela Mehlich, Dominik Schwab, Veronika Susching, Benjamin Softic, Rumena Trendafilova With support from Daniela Herold and Eva Sommeregger. *** The last few years have seen the rise of alternative ways of organising within society, where networks replace […]