In the City – Closing Event

  • 20th October 2018
  • 4-6pm
  • Stephen Lawrence Gallery

The University of Greenwich Galleries is delighted to invite you to this event to mark the closing of the In the City exhibition. Curated by Trevor Burgess in association with East Gallery, Norwich University of the Arts, In the City brings together the work of nine established painters dealing with imagery of the city and ideas around urban […]

Unstable Foundations – Exhibitors Talk & Private View

  • 2nd May 2018
  • 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  • Stephen Lawrence Gallery

The latest exhibition at the Stephen Lawrence Gallery, Unstable Foundations, which features visual artist Suzanne Mooney and architect Felix Robbins, will open with an Exhibitors’ Talk on 2nd May. This event will include both exhibitors and will offer insights into their approach to this exhibition. The talk will be followed by a private viewing of the exhibition. […]

Future Cities 7 Conference

  • 13th April 2018
  • 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
  • Stephen Lawrence Gallery, Project Space

This year the theme of the conference will center on ‘Atmospheres” and asks what conflicts in architectural and urban design offer and how it is possible to work with such tensions creatively. It also raises questions about how we may deal with the nature of ecology, urban environments and an increasingly global society – which are all […]

The Performativity of Painting – Artists’ Talk

  • 10th February 2018
  • 13:30 - 16:00
  • Stephen Lawrence Gallery

  ‘An experience of an artwork is an embodiment of space, within the work and around the work – the experience of the temporal’[1] The Creative Conversations initiative and University of Greenwich Galleries invite you to join the artists of the current Stephen Lawrence Gallery exhibition, on the afternoon of Saturday the 10th of February, to view […]

‘Recitativo’ Performance by David Ryan and Ensemble

  • 26th Jan 2018
  • 7pm
  • Project Space

Recitativo – Fragments after Lucretius and Negri is a live performance that examines the relationship between the speaking voice (as a kind of narration) and the possibility of ‘wrapping’ this narration with both sounds and images. Central to this project is the creation of a spoken text that interweaves aphoristic statements from Lucretius’ philosophical and epic poem De […]

Granular Colloquium

  • 27th Jan 2018
  • 10 am - 5pm (Exhibition Viewing 5-7pm)
  • Project Space

Utilising a range of formats from audio-visual performance to talks, this event is an experiential investigation of noise as a granular entity. State changes are a central theme. Processes of disintegration and/or reintegration of material elements at a granular level are explored, both as the mode of transference between states (whether physical or digital) and […]

Journeying Home

  • 2nd December 2017
  • 11:30am - 6pm
  • Stephen Lawrence Gallery

Family Ties Network: Journeying Home explores notions of place, rituals, loss and the family archive through the work of Jacqueline Butler, Sally Waterman, Matthew Humphreys and Celine Marchbank. This seminar event is held in association with the ‘So Cheerio for Now’ exhibition at the Stephen Lawrence Gallery, which features photographic and video works by FTN […]

diversity + inclusivity by Design – Panel Discussion

  • 18th October 2017
  • 6:00 - 8:00 pm
  • Stephen Lawrence Gallery

A discussion of the issues raised in the exhibition, chaired by exhibition curator, Anastasios Maragiannis, Programme Leader for Graphic and Digital Design, University of Greenwich.


  • 22nd July 2017
  • TBC
  • Heritage Gallery

A collaborative open-air live event by Bernice Donszelmann, Lucy Gunning and Helen Robertson. An ambulatory reading of A Room of One’s Own will be orchestrated within the quadrangle of the Grand Square at Royal Naval College site, University of Greenwich. We would like you to join us. The entire text will be read aloud across […]

Screentest: The UK’s National Student Film Festival

  • 10th - 11th March 2017
  • 17.00pm - 22.30pm
  • Project Space

Screentest: The National Student Film Festival is the UK’s largest exhibition of student-made short films. Coupled with talks, workshops and panels from industry professionals, networking opportunities aplenty and an Awards Ceremony on Saturday night, celebrating the best of the UK’s student film work, this is a must attend festival for aspiring filmmakers of all ages. […]