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The Open Studio Exhibition

Wednesday 05 Dec 2018

Hilary Daltry’s Open Studio Exhibition opened on Wednesday  December 5th and was well received by students and tutors alike. It will be on display around the school until January 11th 2019. Congratulations go to Julia Page who was this years winner of the Open Studio Helen Wilson Prize.    

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Jayson Singh at the Wallace Collection

Friday 09 Nov 2018

As part of this year’s Diwali celebrations, Jayson was commissioned to create a live Rangoli-based centrepiece for the Wallace Collection Museum’s Friday Lates public art event. Having discovered this decorative art form first hand whilst travelling around India, Jayson has reinvented this practice to encourage public artistic creativity.   So armed with an array of […]

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Queer Art and Identity: a Film Screening and Q & A

Wednesday 27 Feb 2019

‘Queer Art and Identity: a Film Screening and Q & A with Film Maker Lois Norman, Artist Sarah Jane Moon, Art Writer & Curator Anna McNay and Heatherley Portrait Diploma Director Minna Stevens.’ Join us on the 27th of February for an excerpt from Lois Norman’s film ‘She is Juiced’ and a Q&A discussion around the […]

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Heatherley Prize Winners at the Royal Society of Oil Painters

Wednesday 28 Nov 2018

Two Heatherley Portrait Diploma alumni are amongst the prize winners at this year’s Royal Society of Oil Painters annual exhibition. Stuart Howitt has received the Winsor & Newton Non-Member Award for his painting ‘ Simian Simulacrum’ and Bernadette Timko has won both the Phyllis Roberts Prize for ‘The Last Day’ and Second Prize in the […]

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Rebecca Asghar wins the Mr Heatherley Composition Prize

Tuesday 27 Nov 2018

Congratulations to Rebecca Asghar who has won this year’s Mr Heatherly Composition Prize. The award is made annually by our former Principal, John Walton RP, for the best three-figure portrait painting. The competition is based upon the Slade composition prize which John won himself in his youth. Rebecca says ‘My painting, a three figure self […]

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Take Four at the Menier Gallery

Tuesday 04 Dec 2018

An exhibition of work by: Jessica Gale, Lucy Heath, Emma Johnston and Sarah Rivett-Carnac 4-8 December 2018 Private View: 4 Dec 6.30pm – 8.30pm Menier Gallery, 51 Southwark St, SE1 1RU Four contemporary artists exhibiting together for the first time at the Menier Gallery. They met at The Heatherley’s School of Fine Art in London and […]

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The Lots Road Group – Connected

Friday 30 Nov 2018

CONNECTED: THE CHANGING FACE OF BRITAIN PRIVATE VIEW: 30th November 6.30pm-8.30pm Exhibition continues:  Monday, 26 November-Thursday 10 January 2019 Waterstones Lower Floor Gallery, 82 Gower St, Bloomsbury, London WC1E 6EQ   The Lots Road Group’s latest exhibition presents a microcosm of contemporary British society through the artists’ own connection to family and friends.   Seventeen […]

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Hero Johnson awarded The Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant

Friday 16 Nov 2018

Congratulations to Hero Johnson who has been awarded an Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant. The Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation grant is one of the most prestigious grants available to emerging figurative artists, as well as one of the most substantial. It is one of the longest standing, with an illustrious history of recipients spanning more than half […]

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Tony Mott – Works on Paper

Tuesday 20 Nov 2018

Tony Mott’s solo Show ‘Works on Paper’ will be on display at The Art Movement, 61 Queenstown Road, London, SW8 3RG from the 21st November to the 4th of December. Private View: Tuesday 20th November 6pm- 8pm Mott says ‘The images explore the substructure and aspects of identity regarding the human head. Whilst paper remains […]

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Hazel Reeves and Hilary Daltry visit Emmeline Pankhurst’s Grave

Friday 26 Oct 2018

Hazel Reeves and Hilary Daltry made a joint pilgramage to Emmeline Pankhurst’s gravesite in Brompton Cemetery last week. Reeves attended John Dean’s sculpture course in the days before Heatherleys moved to its current site on Lots Road. She has gone on to create several public statues, including Sir Nigel Gresley for King’s Cross Station and […]

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