Janek Schaefer portrait © Janek Covers
Cloud / Cuckooland
3rd - 9th May
Cloud / Cuckooland is an exciting new exhibition which forms part of the 2014 Sounds New Festival. Looking into Canterbury Sound, in particular the work of Robert Wyatt, whose Cuckooland album has been used as a point of reference, the exhibition will include Radio Daze, a new sound installation created specifically for the exhibition by Janek Schaefer, one of the UK’s most distinctive sound artists. The exhibition will also include artwork from Sam Bailey’s Piano in the Woods residency and works by Canterbury Christ Church University Sound Art students.
BA Fine and Applied Arts / BA Visual Art and Design
20th - 31st May
Graduating students from our art degree programmes will showcase their work in the Sidney Cooper Gallery and painting studios, Augustine House and the Augustine Art Centre. Work will include painting, printmaking, ceramics, sculpture, film, photography and digital art.
6th - 14th June
The Graduate Show 2014 celebrates students' achievements and showcases extracts from their final year photographic projects. Students will be exhibiting a wide range of work from their individual portfolios, including examples of portraiture, fine art, landscape and documentary photography projects.
CCCU Digital Design Degree Show
25th June - 2nd July
Designers across the disciplines taught at Canterbury Christ Church University showcase a single project each from graphics, web and motion graphics with exhibited work including video animation, interactive and responsive digital design, typography, book design and print. re: communication is led, curated and organised by the final year students and provides a great opportunity to see the work of tomorrow's leading creatives.
© It's Nice That Newspaper, Elliot Galbraith, photo by Shaun Staunton
Beyond the View: Reframing the Sunbeam Photographic Collection
11th July - 22nd August
The exhibition provides rare public access to the vast Sunbeam Photographic Collection, and related images by the internationally recognised photographers Tony Ray Jones and John Hinde, and seeks to reconsider, reimagine and reveal both the quality and cultural significance of these exquisite images. The photographs document life in the South East of England from 1917 - 1976 and capture social history through political, civic and ceremonial events.