Events

Autumn 2019

Tomás Ayuso talk + workshop, Tuesday 12 and Wednesday 13 November 2019: The photographer and activist Tomás Ayuso will be giving a talk entitled ‘Bordering Life: Movement, Identity and Images from the US, Mexico, and Honduras’ on Tuesday 12th November in School III at 5pm, hosted by International Relations and the Centre for Art and Politics. Tomás will also be very kindly giving a workshop on his activism and art practice on Wednesday 13 November, alongside an exhibition of his work in the Arts Building, in conjunction with the Centre for Contemporary Art. The session will run from 2.00-3.30pm in Room 104, Arts Building, and all are very welcome to attend!

Contemporary Art in Scotland: Franki Raffles Study Day, Thursday 7 November 2019: 1.00-5.00pm, Seminar Rooms 5 and 2, Arts Building and Special Collections Martyrs Kirk Reading Room, organised by the Contemporary Art in Scotland Tate British Art Network sub-group.

Lisandro Suriel Artist’s Talk – Ghost Island: Exploring Decolonial Imagination, Wednesday 9 October 2019: 4.15pm, School V, St Salvator’s Quad, University of St Andrews. Centre for Contemporary Art and Tilting Axis Fellowship lecture.

Spring 2019

Bodies in the Archive: The Role of Art History, Monday 18th March 2019

Department of Social Anthropology Research Seminar, Friday 8th March 2019

‘Different Worlds: the multimodal and the limits of vision,’ Chris Wright (Goldsmiths), United College, Room 50, University of St Andrews, 11am – 1.00pm.

Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon, Wednesday 6th March 2019

Autumn 2018