All About The Face
Mar
30
to Apr 29

All About The Face

  • Rugby Art Gallery & Museum (map)
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Portraits from The National Portrait Gallery, The Lowry and the Rugby Collection.

This Spring Rugby's renowned collection of 20th century and contemporary British art is being exhibited and curated around the theme of portraits. Works included by Lucien Freud, Edward Bawden, Eduardo Paolozzi and Lowry.

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What is Portraiture?
Apr
27
12:00 PM12:00

What is Portraiture?

What is Portraiture? Is it the artistic representation of a person? The fact of being whom or what you are? Or is it just a simulation - a photoshopped enhanced reality?

Pamela Schilderman, Dutch-Brazilian artist born in Rotterdam in 1982, recently received The France Brodeur Award and an Arts Council England grant to exhibit her project 'Casket' in museums.

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What is Portraiture?
Mar
25
2:00 PM14:00

What is Portraiture?

What is Portraiture? Is it the artistic representation of a person? The fact of being whom or what you are? Or is it just a simulation - a photoshopped enhanced reality? Join artist Pamela Schilderman as she attempts to answer some of these big questions.

Talks £2

Talks are free for Friends of Russell-Cotes

To reserve a place please contact the Welcome Desk or call 01202 451858

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How I See
Mar
24
11:00 AM11:00

How I See

  • Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum (map)
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Children's drop-in workshop exploring portraiture with artist Pamela Schilderman. Using stained glass as inspiration, children will create portraits of family, friends or of themselves.

Suitable for children up to 12 years.

Session £3 a child

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Casket
Jan
23
to Mar 25

Casket

  • Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum (map)
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Casket is a new scientifically radical Self-Portrait that speaks of identity and that challenges the traditional Self-Portrait by using forensic identifiers: my thumbprint, hair, teeth, retina and DNA, in order to present an alternative visual perspective of the self through the lens of criminological science.

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Studio International Interview - Pamela Schilderman
Nov
27
to Dec 10

Studio International Interview - Pamela Schilderman

Pamela Schilderman: ‘I really wanted people to think about what it is that makes a portrait’

What makes a portrait? What defines a person’s identity? These are questions at the core of Schilderman’s practice, and are questions she hopes to make her audience ask as well

 by ANNA McNAY – published 27/11/2017

http://www.studiointernational.com/index.php/pamela-schilderman-interview-casket-wanted-people-to-think-about-what-makes-portrait

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Casket
Oct
17
to Dec 12

Casket

  • Maidstone Museum & Art Gallery (map)
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Casket is a new scientifically radical Self-Portrait that speaks of identity and that challenges the traditional self-portrait by using forensic identifiers: my thumbprint, hair, teeth, retina and DNA, in order to present an alternative visual perspective of the self through the lens of criminological science.

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Victoriana Workshop
Sep
16
11:00 AM11:00

Victoriana Workshop

  • Leamington Spa Art Gallery & Museum (map)
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Using memento mori as inspiration, participants will be shown how to make brooches from horse hair. Two templates will be provided as visual aids and Pamela Schilderman will give a demonstration. Participants will be able to take away their handmade brooches at the end of the day.

Cost: £20 Please call 01926 742700 to book or visit us online.

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All About Me
Aug
31
2:00 PM14:00

All About Me

  • Leamington Spa Art Gallery & Museum (map)
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Family friendly workshop exploring identity. Using Caricature/Surrealism as inspiration, children will focus on features they feel important to them. Suitable for children up to 12 years.

FREE Places are allocated on a first come, first serve basis.

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Emancipation?
Aug
14
to Sep 24

Emancipation?

  • Attenborough Arts Centre (map)
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Emancipation? is a curated response to artists Claude Cahun & Laura Swanson's exhibitions at the Attenborough Centre. A group show curated by Christopher Samuel featuring artists: Caitlin Griffiths, Chi Lam, Christine Stevens, Christopher Samuel, Jackie Berridge, Michael Forbes, Nick Mobbs, Pamela Schilderman, Stewart Easton

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All About Me
Jun
24
10:30 AM10:30

All About Me

Free family friendly workshop with contemporary artist Pamela Schilderman exploring identity. Using Surrealism as inspiration, children will focus on features they feel important to them. For children aged 2 - 11. Please note all children should be accompanied by an adult.

Call 0116 225 4900 to book your free place.

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What is Portraiture?
Jun
21
12:30 PM12:30

What is Portraiture?

What is portraiture? Is it the artistic representation of a person. The fact of being whom or what you are? Or is it just a simulation a photo shopped enhanced reality?

A talk suitable for students and adults. To book your free place call 0116 225 4900

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All about Me
Jun
16
9:30 AM09:30

All about Me

Stay and Play art workshop with artist Pamela Schilderman exploring identity. Using Surrealism as inspiration, children will focus on features they feel important to them.

Free drop-in at Claremont Children Centre Tel:  01788 579488

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Art, Truth & Lies
Oct
31
2:00 PM14:00

Art, Truth & Lies

Can deception ever be justified? What impact does it have on value and authenticity? Is it all just a matter of perception and how far does information manipulate the way we see art?

Artist talk at the following venues: Herbert Museum & Art Gallery Coventry, Bury Museum & Art Gallery, Royal Pump Rooms Museum & Art Gallery Leamington Spa, New Walk Museum & Art Gallery Leicester. (2014 - 2015)

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Needle
Oct
30
to Jan 10

Needle

  • Bury Art Museum & Sculpture Centre (map)
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Here, painting is liberated from its conventional frame, its composition open to fluidity. A symphony of dyes, watercolour and oils all sourced from mans' environment, echo the materials of paintings throughout antiquity.

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Harold Thomas Collection
Oct
1
to Nov 3

Harold Thomas Collection

  • Oxford Natural History Museum (map)
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Watercolours and salt crystals presented as undiscovered parasitic plant species found in the Congo. Exhibited as a genuine Victorian Natural History Collection  in the following venues: Oxford Natural History Museum, Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery, Warrington Museum & Art Gallery, Haslemere Educational Museum, Rugby Museum & Art Gallery. (2009 - 2014)

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