Detail from: J.M.W. Turner, Helvoetsluys (1832), Tokyo Fuji Art Museum. MA Art History student Keith Chan writes: On Turner’s addition of a red daub to … Read more
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Kent students taking the module Surrealism: Myth and Modernity created these examples of automatic poetry using the cut-up technique devised by the poet Tristan Tzara.
Théodore Géricault Horse Frightened by Lightning 1813-14. 2nd year Art History student David Emmons provides a vivid account of Géricault’s horse. My journey upon … Read more
2nd year Art History student Skye Defoe sculpting in the workshop Taking inspiration from the African American sculptor Meta Warrick Fuller, Kent Art History … Read more
On the Art History module Single Artist, students made bas-reliefs in the specialist workshop. In creating bas-reliefs the students came to appreciate the technical … Read more
Meta Warrick Fuller Maquette for Ethiopia Awakening. Image courtesy of the Danforth Art Museum at Framingham State University. An extraordinary poem and essay extract by … Read more
You are all warmly invited to this year’s MA Curating exhibition Diving Deep: A Journey through the Intersection of Water and the Human Body, at … Read more
Please join us on the 10th of May 2023, from 5 PM to around 7:30 PM at Studio 3 Gallery in the Jarman Building for … Read more
The University of Kent’s Studio 3 Gallery is hosting an exciting and nuanced exploration of black British culture through art: the exhibition Where are you … Read more
Art History at Kent was ranked 8th in The Guardian University Guide 2023 with 100% of students at Kent satisfied with the quality of their course.