London Art Book Fair

    Another fantastic day purchasing books and meeting old friends and new at the London Art Book Fair. This is a free event and runs every year at the end of September at the Whitechapel… Continue reading

Introducing Box of Broadcasts (BoB!)

There’s a new resource available which gives you a choice of over 1 million TV + radio programmes online.  This is thanks to iSolutions who have provided funding so that all UoS staff… Continue reading

Medusa, Installations and Fire!

  Our BA Fine Art students have just completed a large scale project to produce a life size installation of ‘The Raft of Medusa’. French artist Théodore Géricault was a painter from the… Continue reading

New BA in Game Design and Art! ‘The Roof’ invites us to the game…

With our new BA in Computer Game Design & Art starting, I decided to go and see ‘The Roof’ by Fuel Theatre.  Part of the ‘Arts by the Sea Festival’ in Bournemouth, they… Continue reading

Linda’s Birthday!

  Our Head of Library & Archive Collections for Art & Design, Linda Newington, turned 60 on 28th September! Happy Birthday Linda! In recognition of her turning ‘the new 30!’ we organised a… Continue reading

Encounter/Observation: A Solo Exhibition By Eve Dawson

Our very own Winchester Gallery (WSA Westside) is currently exhibiting ‘Encounter/Observation’, an exhibition by WSA MA Alumna, Eve Dawson. Eve is a visual artist who works with a variety of media and is… Continue reading

Barbara Rae: Prints

With Scotland’s referendum on everyone’s lips, we’ve taken our sights to artists of the Highlands!  The Pallant House Gallery is having a Scottish themed month, with exhibitions from the Scottish colourist J.D.Fergusson and… Continue reading

Making colour : an exhibition at The National Gallery, London

This exhibition reveals the colours of painting through the collections of the National Gallery. Works included depict people, landscape and the imagination, but also include the colours of ceramics, clothing and textiles. The… Continue reading

Van Gogh in Amsterdam

Recently I visited the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam and left feeling I wanted to share my experience in some way, hence this blog. I learnt a lot about Van Gogh’s life that… Continue reading