How do you put together a coherent presentation of work that best represents your creative practice? Artist and Kingston University tutor Charlotte Cullinan will lead a session that will be particularly valuable to individuals looking to apply for arts-based courses at university level, but will also be useful for anyone looking to compile a professional portfolio of work.
Groundwerk is a monthly series of free practical workshops for artists and creatives wishing to gain the skills to support their practice.
This workshop is free to attend and open to all but booking is recommended, as spaces are limited.
// ABOUT CHARLOTTE CULLINAN
Charlotte Cullinan is an artist and a Professor of Fine Art at Kingston University.
Charlotte Cullinan works alongside Jeanine Richards as part of collaborative practice Cullinan Richards. Cullinan and Richards have chosen to work within a tight partnership that facilitates engagement with a wider set of conceptual frameworks, with support structures central to their art making. In past exhibitions Cullinan Richards investigated expanded definitions of making and activating paintings through works created in the studio and on site, using exhibitions to express abstraction and figuration as inseparable concepts and an interconnected material instability.
Recent shows have extended these interests into fracturing and dualities associated with new ideas around re-evaluating archives and a feminine materiality. The overall conceptual processes include staging and re-staging works, performance events, display strategies and repositioning histories and ideas in favor of the 'Feminine'.
Being Sassy, dispari&dispari, Berlin (2018); Goodbye Charles, Charles H Scott Gallery, Vancouver (2017) ; Of Other Spaces: Where Does Gesture Become Event? Parts I, II Cooper Gallery DJCAD Dundee (2016); No Fun Without EU - Artists in Common, Vyner Street, London (2016); Display Show, Eastside Projects, Birmingham (2015-16); DORA, Stanley Picker Gallery (2015); Paradigm Store, Howick Place, London (2014); The Ultimate Materiality of Women Part III, Visual Arts Centre, Scunthorpe (2013); STAG, Dispari&Dispari Gallery, Italy, (2013).
As a refection of their interest in artists providing platforms to support other artworks in 2006 they established the Savage School Window Gallery using the window of their studio on Vyner Street, London to display texts by writers, artists and curators. In 2013 they changed this into 4COSE, collaborating with curator Andrea Sassi, to create an Italian grocery shop-as-artwork open for artists interventions and top quality parmesan cheese.