Posts made in April, 2015

The Second Coming, UEL Fine Art Students, 23 – 27 April

Posted by on Apr 24, 2015 in Arts and Events, Exhibitions | Comments Off on The Second Coming, UEL Fine Art Students, 23 – 27 April

The Second Coming, UEL Fine Art Students, 23 – 27 April

Presenting a combination of painting, sculpture, installation, film and performance, ‘The Second Coming’ explores a diverse range of themes including the use of nuclear arms, the ever present religion vs atheism debate, and the concept of creation and destruction, juxtaposed against the historically rich context of St. John on Bethnal Green.     Produced and curated by UEL first year Fine Art students, the private view will take place on 23rd of April 2015 from 5-9pm, alcoholic beverages and light snacks will be available at the bar – everyone welcome. The exhibition...

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Stations Of The Cross 2015

Posted by on Apr 21, 2015 in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Stations Of The Cross 2015

On Good Friday each year we walk with Jesus the Way of the Cross through a service in which we gather in front of each of the fourteen painting, hung around the church, to meditate on the unfolding events of Jesus’ trial and execution. These paintings – The Stations of The Cross, by Chris Gollon – have such depth and emotion about them that we have moved away from the traditional service, which is full of words, to standing and contemplating each one with a piece of music. This has become a mixture of recorded and live pieces, involving members of the church community,...

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Remember, a Group Exhibition, 16 to 19 April 2015

Posted by on Apr 13, 2015 in Arts and Events, Exhibitions | Comments Off on Remember, a Group Exhibition, 16 to 19 April 2015

Remember, a Group Exhibition, 16 to 19 April 2015

Opening event Thursday 16 April, 6pm to 9pm Friday 17 April to Sunday 19 April, 12 to 5pm          In ‘Remember’ we see a closing of ‘an historical gap, past and present’ where ex-students, current students and artists connected to the University of East London respond to the notion of remembrance, not only in relation to the context of the church but also through the shared experience of the Fine Art department which has seen itself change locations 3 times within the memory of the participants. Is there a universal feeling generated by this shared...

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