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. […]

Cinematography: A Dialogue with Billy Williams OBE, BSC & Vanessa Whyte

  • 22nd February 2017
  • 5.00pm
  • Project Space

  Join Creative Conversations on Wednesday as we host Cinematography: A Dialogue with Billy Williams OBE, BSC and Vanessa Whyte. Billy Williams OBE, BSC is an award winning cinematographer with a distinguished career in film. At just 14 years of age he started out as an apprentice to his father, working on training films for the […]

Panel: ‘Designing Death: Aesthetics and Challenges for the 21st Century’

  • 15th March 2017
  • 6.30pm
  • Stephen Lawrence Gallery

This panel will consider the growing movement which questions whether current aesthetics and rituals still speak to our contemporary understanding of death? Funerals in the UK now have more scope than ever to be a richly personal occasion and design is contributing to this movement. The funeral industry is adapting to the contemporary need for […]

‘In Conversation’ with Sayed Hasan and Karl Ohiri

  • 23rd Jan 2017
  • 5PM - 7PM
  • Stephen Lawrence Gallery

Artists Sayed Hasan and Karl Ohiri of My Granddad’s Car will be joining David Waterworth, curator of the Stephen Lawrence Gallery, in conversation. The event will take place in Lecture Theatre 0004 (adjacent to the gallery), University of Greenwich, 10 Stockwell Street, London SE10 9BD. Karl Ohiri is a former University of Greenwich student. Read his interview […]

Sound/Image Colloquium: Exploring sonic and audio-visual practice

  • 12th - 13th November 2016
  • 10 am daily
  • Project Space

  The Sound/Image colloquium is interested in exploring the relationships between sounds and images, and the images which sounds can construct by themselves. Through a series of complementary strands – talks, screenings, loudspeaker orchestra concerts – we will bring together artists and experts to investigate sound and sound-image phenomena. This year we are delighted to […]

Iain Sinclair

  • 17th Nov 2016
  • 6:30PM - 7:30PM
  • Stephen Lawrence Gallery

  The eighth in the 2016-17 series of Hawksmoor public lectures. Nicholas Hawksmoor and ‘The Man of the Crowd’: Watchfulness and Agitation Around the Pattern of East London Churches A consideration of the presence of the Hawksmoor churches, as referenced by Charles Dickens and others, against the figure of the restless urban wanderer located in Edgar […]

Jan Kaplinký Drawings Exhibition – Discussion

  • 16th Nov 2016
  • 6:30pm - 7:30pm
  • Stephen Lawrence Gallery

The seventh in the 2016-17 series of Hawksmoor public lectures. Panel: Eva Jiricna, Amanda Levete, David Nixon, Andrea Morgante Jan Kaplický (18 April 1937 – 14 January 2009) was a world-renowned Neofuturistic Czech architecht and the driving force behind a new school of architecture and his buildings continue to stimulate, amaze and inspire. Arriving in London as a refugee after […]