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Stanley Picker Gallery

The Stanley Picker Gallery at Kingston University is a public arts centre dedicated to the research, development, production and presentation of interdisciplinary contemporary art forms. Since its foundation in 1997 the gallery has acted as an interface between Kingston University and the general public in southwest London and beyond.

The gallery funds opportunities for students, academics and amateur artists to collaborate on projects and its Stanley Picker Fellowships support contemporary practitioners to develop new work in association with Kingston University’s Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture. The gallery has a burgeoning international reputation, which it continues to develop through partnerships with other leading arts institutions, organisations and venues.

Funding awards

  • 2012-2013: £50,000
  • 2013-2014: £51,150
  • 2014-2015: £52,480

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Prick Your Finger

LOUDER THAN BOMBS Art, Action & Activism 9 Feb -- 27 Mar 2010 Stanley Picker Gallery, in collaboration with the Live Art Development Agency Week 6: 16-20 March 2010 PRICK YOUR FINGER "Murder at the Wool Hall" Archival footage from the fifth of seven weeks of live residencies at the Stanley Picker Gallery, 'Louder Than Bombs' program in collaboration with the Live Art Development Agency http://www.stanleypickergallery.org/archive/2010/louder_than_bombs/index.htm

When I Fell For You I Fell Like The Bomb.

LOUDER THAN BOMBS Art, Action & Activism 9 Feb -- 27 Mar 2010 Stanley Picker Gallery, in collaboration with the Live Art Development Agency Week 5: 9-13 March 2010 Stacy Makishi & Yoshiko Shimada "When I fell for you I fell like the bomb / Sleeping with the Enemy" Archival footage from the fourth of seven weeks of live residencies at the Stanley Picker Gallery, 'Louder Than Bombs' program in collaboration with the Live Art Development Agency

Present

LOUDER THAN BOMBS Art, Action & Activism 9 Feb -- 27 Mar 2010 Stanley Picker Gallery, in collaboration with the Live Art Development Agency Week 4: 2-6 March 2010 ANSUMAN BISWAS "Present" Archival footage from the fourth of seven weeks of live residencies at the Stanley Picker Gallery, 'Louder Than Bombs' program in collaboration with the Live Art Development Agency http://www.stanleypickergallery.org/archive/2010/louder_than_bombs/index.htm

Napalm Perceptible: A Dictionary for the BNP

LOUDER THAN BOMBS Art, Action & Activism 9 Feb -- 27 Mar 2010 Stanley Picker Gallery, in collaboration with the Live Art Development Agency Week 3: 23 -- 27 February 2010 SEAN BURN "Napalm Perceptible: A Dictionary for the BNP" Archival footage from the third of seven weeks of live residencies at the Stanley Picker Gallery, 'Louder Than Bombs' program in collaboration with the Live Art Development Agency http://www.stanleypickergallery.org/archive/2010/louder_than_bombs/index.htm

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The Lost Runway

LOUDER THAN BOMBS Art, Action & Activism 9 Feb -- 27 Mar 2010 Stanley Picker Gallery, in collaboration with the Live Art Development Agency Week 2: 16 -- 20 February 2010 ÁINE PHILLIPS "The Lost Runway" Archival footage from the second of seven weeks of live residencies at the Stanley Picker Gallery, 'Louder Than Bombs' program in collaboration with the Live Art Development Agency http://www.stanleypickergallery.org/archive/2010/louder_than_bombs/index.htm

Honey Trap

LOUDER THAN BOMBS Art, Action & Activism 9 Feb -- 27 Mar 2010 Stanley Picker Gallery, in collaboration with the Live Art Development Agency Week 1: 9 -- 13 February 2010 STEVEN LEVON OUNANIAN & THOMAS THWAITES "Honey Trap" Archival footage from the first of seven weeks of live residencies at the Stanley Picker Gallery, 'Louder Than Bombs' program in collaboration with the Live Art Development Agency http://www.stanleypickergallery.org/archive/2010/louder_than_bombs/index.htm

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Contact details

http://www.stanleypickergallery.org

Kingston University
Grange Road
Kingston Upon Thames
KT1 2QJ

51.404812, -0.29731

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