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All in a Day’s Eye...

All in a Day’s Eye: The Politics of Innocence in the Javett Art Collection is a curatorial project that foregrounds the exhibition format as a continuous thinking system. This was achieved by, among other things, altering the exhibition space with additional diagonal walls.

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Photo blog: Youth Month 2020

The opening exhibition at the Javett Art Centre-UP (Javett-UP) – 101 Collecting Conversations: Signature Works of a Century – includes a selection of works which carry a similar theme: youth.

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Questions for an Exhibition

As part of an on-going series of Public Programme accompanying the exhibition All in a Day's Eye: The Politics of Innocence in the Javett Art Collection curator and researchers of the exhibition invited artist and researcher Emma Wolukau-Wanambwa (Uganda/UK) to lead a workshop titled "Questions for an Exhibition".

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Creativity in a time of crisis and solitude

Fine Art is a material form of self-expression that is perhaps best understood, within the academic world today, as being a practice-based field of research. Each day we work with materials (clay, paper, steel, ink, paint etc.) to create artworks that are conceptually and formally complex.

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