ANNA FOX 2017
Involving seven international partners, is the first UK University research project investigating the significance of remembering not to forget women photographers. The research is imperative when, despite many women entering the profession and making brilliant work, there are still few being acknowledged and recorded for their success http://www.fastforward.photography/
NICKY HAMLYN 2016
Nicky co-edited and contributed three essays to the this monograph on the important, but relatively neglected Austrian experimental film pioneer, Kurt Kren (1929-98). The book was published by Intellect/University of Chicago Press in April 2016.
EMMANUELLE WAECKERLE 2016
Code X brings together together a selection of personal histories of the current ‘transforming’ and ‘expanding’ of the book medium with the aim to challenge the very notion of what it could be(come) in today’s complex information era. Code X is Edited by Emmanelle Waeckerle and Danny Aldred and published by bookRoom Press.
ANTHONY HEYWOOD 2016
Anthony was the only UK artist to exhibit at the 2016 Iran Biennale 'Peace and Paper' which brought together paintings, photographs, installations and video art highlighting peace, not war.
ANDREA GREGSON 2016
A 6 week sabbatical enabled Andrea to complete her Henry Moore Foundation residency at the University of East London on a full time basis and to curate her solo show, Restless Terrain: Sculpture from the Anthropocene at the AVA Gallery in March 2016.
ANNA FOX 2016
The research award enabled Anna to visit China and Japan where she investigated new work by women, engaged with new networks and developed knowledge that will contributed to curatorial, editorial and collaborative projects.
BILL BALASKAS 2016
Using a wide range of media, Bill created 10 new works which continued his exploration into ethics and politics, for a solo exhibition at the Katfayan Galleries in Athens (September-October 2016). These works are now being shown at other exhibitions and art fairs around the world.
ADRIAN LOVIS 2015
With match funding from Metro Online and further support from Kent Galleries, the Herbert Read Gallery at UCA Canterbury exhibited recent photographic work that reflected and captured contemporary LGBT experience, culture and politics.