Rachel Hogg, Model 4 Orange,  3D Collage Model Photographed

Welcome to the graduation events of the

2020 MA Fine Art programmes at

Camberwell College of Arts.

We have a series of lectures, debates, and events to celebrate the achievements of this years

MA Painting, Drawing and Printmaking students.


You can find the times and links below

Please click the guests images for further info on each speaker


Thursday September 17th, 2 - 4.30 UK Time

Cedric Fauq

Cedric Fauq, previously a curator at Nottingham Contemporary and a co-curator of the Baltic Triennial 13, he is currently a Curator at the Palais de Tokyo, Paris. He will do a reading and give two talks: 

How to get away with Murder? Social Media for the Young Artist

How to Build Relationships with Emerging Curators? Lesson I & II

Join this lecture here

Friday September 18th, 1 - 2.30 UK Time

John Keane

Artist John Keane will be in conversation with current MA Painting student Claudio Pestana and Course Leader Geraint Evans. 

He has established a reputation as a political artist through a sustained artistic inquiry into the horrors of military and social conflicts around the world and the effects of media distortion. John was commissioned by the Imperial War Museum in 1990 to be the Official British War Artist of the Gulf War. 

The discussion will revolve around how art and artists have agency to resist / expose / confront violence and trauma.

Join the conversation here

Tuesday September 22nd, 10 - 1 UK Time

Marcus Coates & Jin Han Lee

Tuesday September 22nd, 2.30 - 4 UK Time

Artists Marcus Coates and Jin Han Lee will be leading critiques of student work in small groups. 

This is an internal UAL event 

Matthew Krishanu &

Geraint Evans 

Artist Matthew Krishanu showed with Matt's Gallery in 2019 and has works in international collections such as Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, Jiangsu Art Museum, Nanjing, China, the Arts Council Collection, and the Government Art Collection, UK, 


He will be in conversation with artist and MA Painting course Leader Geraint Evans.   

Join this conversation here 

Wednesday September 23rd 10 - 1 UK Time

Matthew Krishanu &

Fay Ballard

Wednesday September 23rd, 2 - 5 UK Time

Artists Matthew Krishanu and Fay Ballard will be leading critiques of student work in small groups. 

This is an internal UAL event 

Mikhail Karikis &

Dan Howard-Brit

Artists Mikhail Karikis and Dan Howard-Birt will be leading critiques of student work in small groups. 

This is an internal UAL event 

Thursday September 24th, 12 - 1.15 UK Time

Annie Cattrell & 

Mark Fairnington

Artist and Royal College of Art tutor Annie Cattrell is in conversation with artist and UAL Professor Mark Fairnington, hosted by MA Printmaking Course Leader Jo Love. 

The focus of this discussion will be interdisciplinary practice 

Join this conversation here

Friday September 25th, 12 - 1.15 UK Time

Dan Hays 

Friday September 25th, 2.30 - 3 UK Time

Artist Dan Hayes has shown internationally and won the 20th John Moores Prize as well as having works in the Tate Gallery, the Arts Council Collection, Walker Art Gallery
and the Saatchi Collection.


He will discuss notions of the screen as landscape.

Join this conversation here

Katy Hessel 

Katy Hessel is a curator, writer, podcaster, presenter, and art historian based in London, UK. She hosts The Great Women Artists Podcast and will be in conversation with MA students. 

Join this conversation here

Friday October 2nd, 10 - 12.30  UK Time

Catherine Anyango Grünewald

Artist Catherine Anyango Grünewald will be leading critiques of student work in small groups. 

This is an internal UAL event 

Thursday October 8th, 1 - 2  UK Time

Catherine Anyango Grünewald &

Kelly Chorpening 

Artist Catherine Anyango Grünewald is an internationally exhibited artist and lecturer. Her graphic novel adaptation of Joseph Conrad’s Heart of Darkness was published to critical acclaim and has been translated into eight languages. In 2018 she illustrated Scandorama, a dystopian Scandinavian graphic novel written by Hannele Mikaela Taivassalo.


She will be in conversation with artist and Programme Director Kelly Chorpening. 

Join this conversation here

Friday October 9th, 12 - 13.30  UK Time

Fi Churchman &

Dr. Sophie Berrebi

Friday October 9th, 2 - 3.30 UK Time

Fi Churchman is Senior Editor of ArtReview Asia magazine and Dr. Sophie Berrebi is a writer, art historian and exhibition curator based in Brussels and as an Associate Professor at the University of Amsterdam. 

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Marcus Coates 

Marcus Coates will be discussing his Royston Assembly Project. Working with Kettle’s Yard to form The Royston Assembly, a group of residents in Royston, Hertfordshire that meet regularly to explore important issues and questions that have been put forward by individuals, communities and organisations from across the world.

Join this conversation here

Saturday October 10th, 2.30 - 3.30 UK Time

Emma Hill, Sarah Jaffray &

Paul Coldwell

Emma Hill runs the Eagle Gallery to promote the work of contemporary artists through exhibitions, artist / writer collaborations and off-site installations.


Sarah Jaffray is an art historian, educator, curator, writer and presenter who focuses on modern and contemporary art, particularly focused on philosophy, politics and artistic process.  

Paul Coldwell is an artist and UAL Professor 


They will discuss collections, drawings, prints

Join this conversation here

© 2020 MA Fine Art Camberwell and the included artists and participants

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