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Slade 150:
Present, Past, Future

The Slade School of Fine Art at UCL is an art school run by artists for artists since 1871. This exhibition is a snapshot, capturing the experiences of some students studying at the Slade through a pandemic and its 150th year. It has been created through dialogue and collaboration between students and staff, museum curators and others at UCL. The exhibition is artist-led with Slade students reflecting on how their art schools past and its present inform its future.

The exhibition is open until June 2023 and its part of a programme of events marking the Slade's 150th birthday. Find out more at www.ucl.ac.uk/slade/slade-150

etchings

First serie of etchings

The Slade School of Fine Art at UCL is an art school run by artists for artists since 1871. This exhibition is a snapshot, capturing the experiences of some students studying at the Slade through a pandemic and its 150th year. It has been created through dialogue and collaboration between students and staff, museum curators and others at UCL. The exhibition is artist-led with Slade students reflecting on how their art schools past and its present inform its future. The exhibition is open until June 2023 and its part of a programme of events marking the Slade's 150th birthday. Find out more at www.ucl.ac.uk/slade/slade-150

The Slade School of Fine Art at UCL is an art school run by artists for artists since 1871. This exhibition is a snapshot, capturing the experiences of some students studying at the Slade through a pandemic and its 150th year. It has been created through dialogue and collaboration between students and staff, museum curators and others at UCL. The exhibition is artist-led with Slade students reflecting on how their art schools past and its present inform its future.

 

From Generation
to Generation of Artists

Series of 3 etchings on paper
2021

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 17 x 21 cm

Back and Forth

   17 X 21 cm 

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"...the idea of refuge beautifully describes, what the Slade, as community and place, has been to artists who come for guidance, exchange and growth."

Conversations on the green (Initial drawing from life)

21 x 42 cm

Lícia Santos

 
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Portrait Artist of the Year
Season 7

Self-portrait, Flor do deserto

The Slade School of Fine Art at UCL is an art school run by artists for artists since 1871. This exhibition is a snapshot, capturing the experiences of some students studying at the Slade through a pandemic and its 150th year. It has been created through dialogue and collaboration between students and staff, museum curators and others at UCL. The exhibition is artist-led with Slade students reflecting on how their art schools past and its present inform its future.

The exhibition is open until June 2023 and its part of a programme of events marking the Slade's 150th birthday. Find out more at www.ucl.ac.uk/slade/slade-150

The Slade School of Fine Art at UCL is an art school run by artists for artists since 1871. This exhibition is a snapshot, capturing the experiences of some students studying at the Slade through a pandemic and its 150th year. It has been created through dialogue and collaboration between students and staff, museum curators and others at UCL. The exhibition is artist-led with Slade students reflecting on how their art schools past and its present inform its future. The exhibition is open until June 2023 and its part of a programme of events marking the Slade's 150th birthday. Find out more at www.ucl.ac.uk/slade/slade-150

The Slade School of Fine Art at UCL is an art school run by artists for artists since 1871. This exhibition is a snapshot, capturing the experiences of some students studying at the Slade through a pandemic and its 150th year. It has been created through dialogue and collaboration between students and staff, museum curators and others at UCL. The exhibition is artist-led with Slade students reflecting on how their art schools past and its present inform its future.

Painting Jordan Stephens 

The Slade School of Fine Art at UCL is an art school run by artists for artists since 1871. This exhibition is a snapshot, capturing the experiences of some students studying at the Slade through a pandemic and its 150th year. It has been created through dialogue and collaboration between students and staff, museum curators and others at UCL. The exhibition is artist-led with Slade students reflecting on how their art schools past and its present inform its future. The exhibition is open until June 2023 and its part of a programme of events marking the Slade's 150th birthday. Find out more at www.ucl.ac.uk/slade/slade-150

The Slade School of Fine Art at UCL is an art school run by artists for artists since 1871. This exhibition is a snapshot, capturing the experiences of some students studying at the Slade through a pandemic and its 150th year. It has been created through dialogue and collaboration between students and staff, museum curators and others at UCL. The exhibition is artist-led with Slade students reflecting on how their art schools past and its present inform its future.

Jordan and Spike 

Oil and crayons on linen 
painted live on PAOTY
35 x 45 cm

2020

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Companionship

Oil, sand, and crayons on linen 
painted in the studio
91 x 76 cm

2021

"...the idea of refuge beautifully describes, what the Slade, as community and place, has been to artists who come for guidance, exchange and growth."

Lícia Santos

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