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Sir John Cass Department of Art, Media and Design

 

Fine Art Lecturers

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» Mel Brimfield
» Georgina Brown
» Ben Cain
» Bridget Crone
» Sean Dawson
» Richard Ducker
» Deej Fabyc
» Neil Ferguson
» Peter Fillingham
» Maryclare Foa
» Oriana Fox
» Rikke Hansen
» Andrew Hewish
» David Howells
» Steve Klee
» Pil and Galia Kollectiv
» Jo Longhurst
» Christina Mackie
» Rosemarie McGoldrick
» Andrea Medjesi-Jones
» Nico de Oliveira
» Nigel Oxley
» David Price
» Linden Reilly
» Frances Richardson
» Danny Rolph
» Matt Roberts
» Ian Robertson
» Gulperi Seyitcemaloglu
» Bob and Roberta Smith
» Chris Smith
» Gordon Shrigley
» Mike Stubbs
» Emilia Telese
» Dolly Thompsett
» Francesca Vilalta
» Jonathan Whitehall
» Mick Williamson
» Camilla Wilson


Mel Brimfield

Mel Brimfield is a British artist who trained at Bath Spa and Chelsea. She has shown at Leeds, Ceri Hands (Liverpool), Tate Britain, Wysing Arts, Jerwood Space, Camden Arts Centre and Yorkshire Sculpture Park (Wakefield) and is currently participating in 'Performance Matters' - a 2010-13 research project co-curated by Goldsmiths, Roehampton and the Live Art Development Agency. She performed at the 2010 Sculpture and Performance conference, curated by the Henry Moore Institute at Tate Liverpool. Mel has taught at Wimbledon, Chelsea, UCA Maidstone, York St John University and Nottingham Trent University. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Mel teaches studio practice.

Georgina Brown
Georgina Brown is a British art and design historian, who trained at University of Manchester and Middlesex Polytechnic. She leads the BA Art, Media and Design course at the Cass, and participates in the Restoration and Conservation research group. Georgina is a member of the Art Historians Association. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Georgina teaches research methods and critical report.

Ben Cain
Ben Cain is a British artist who trained at Manchester Metropolitan and Maastricht. He has shown in London at the ICA and Associates Gallery, as well as in Amsterdam, Graz, Dubrovnik, Maribor, Ljubljana, Zagreb, Puerto Rico, Brussels and Bremen. He organises an annual Anglo-Croatian exchange field trip for art students, involving the Cass and Zagreb Academy of Arts. Ben has taught at Leeds, Goldsmiths and Zagreb Academy. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Ben teaches introductory study, professional context, studio practice and final project.

Bridget Crone
Bridget Crone is an Australian curator who trained at Melbourne and Goldsmiths, where she is currently in a Visual Cultures PhD. She is director of Media Art Bath, a contemporary art organisation in the South West and has curated shows at the Arnolfini, the ICA, the Whitechapel and the Showroom as well as in Bath, Venice and Melbourne. She has presented papers in conferences at Tate Britain, Spike Island and the University of the Aegean and is writing for the Journal of Visual Art Practice in 2011. Bridget has taught at Chelsea, Kent Medway, Kingston, Wimbledon, Bristol, UWE, UW Newport, Bath Spa and Monash. See Bridget's recent work at www.mediaartbath.org.uk. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Bridget teaches professional context.

Sean Dawson
Sean Dawson is a British artist who trained at Central St Martins and the Royal College. He has had solo shows of his paintings in Berlin and Koln, and group shows in London, Liverpool, Glasgow, Norwich, Folkestone, as well as in Prague and Vienna. Sean has taught at UCA Canterbury, UEL, City Lit, Nottingham Trent, Huddersfield, Ruskin and Byam Shaw. Sean Dawson's work can be seen at www.seandawson.net. He is represented by Buchmann Galerie, Berlin (www.buchmanngalerie.com). On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Sean teaches painting.

Richard Ducker
Richard Ducker is a British artist who trained at Reading and Goldsmiths. He has shown his sculpture in London at Standpoint, Oblong, James Taylor, Schwartz, Collyer Bristow, V22, Flora Fairbairn, Bearspace, Gone Tomorrow, SevenSeven and Studio 1.1. From 2006-2008 he was the founder curator and director of Fieldgate Gallery in Whitechapel, which hosted over 18 shows in a 10,000 square foot space. Fieldgate continues via off-site projects. Richard has taught at City & Guilds, David Game and the Mary Ward Centre, as well as guest lectured at Camberwell, Winchester and Sheffield Hallam. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Richard teaches sculpture, professional practice and exhibition presentation.

Deej Fabyc
Deej Fabyc is an Australian artist who trained at Southern Cross and University of New South Wales. Working in performance art, installation video and sculpture, Deej has performed and shown in Manchester, Cardiff and London, as well as Ljubljana, Graz, Sydney, Madrid, Berlin, Brisbane, Manila and Venice. She runs the Elastic Residence gallery in London (www.elastic.org.uk) and is a key figure in KISSS, an international curatorium of artists working with issues of surveillance. Deej has taught at UNSW in Sydney, as well as UW Newport and University of Hertfordshire. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Deej teaches introductory practice and time-based media.

Neil Ferguson
Neil Ferguson is a British artist who trained at Edinburgh, Goldsmiths and London Guildhall University. He has shown his paintings in London, Edinburgh, Dundee, Rome and Varna (Bulgaria). He has taught at Middlesex University, Edinburgh College of Art and Jordanstone (Dundee). On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Neil teaches research methodology and critical report.

Peter Fillingham
Peter Fillingham is a British artist who trained at Kent Medway, Camberwell and the Royal College. He has shown his sculpture in solo shows in London, Amsterdam, Rotterdam, St Ouen, Valenciennes and Bregenz and in group shows throughout the UK and Europe, as well as a residency at Stour Valley Arts. Peter has taught at UCA Maidstone, Nottingham Trent, Bath Spa, Chelsea, Wimbledon, Goldsmiths, Loughborough, Valenciennes and Arnhem. He was Head of Sculpture at Central St Martins and Chair of Fine Art at Parsons (Paris). On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Peter teaches sculpture and installation.

Maryclare Foa
Maryclare Foa is a British artist who trained at City & Guilds, the Royal College and Central St Martins. She is currently in PhD at UAL Camberwell, researching drawing in response to the outside environment. Maryclare has performed and shown her drawings and installations in London, Edinburgh, Margate, Enfield and Northampton, and has presented papers at RMIT Melbourne and Concordia University, Montreal. Mary Clare has taught at Kingston University, Central St Martins, Wimbledon, Camberwell, Chelsea, University of Plymouth and University of Maine. See www.maryclarefoa.com for Maryclare's work. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Maryclare teaches drawing.

Oriana Fox
Oriana Fox is an American artist who trained at Washington (St Louis) and Goldsmiths. She is currently in a Visual Cultures PhD at Goldsmiths. She has performed and shown her video work in London at Tate Britain, the Whitechapel, Club Row and 16 Hoxton Square, as well as in Dublin, Marseille, Amsterdam, Graz, Bonn, Berlin, Vienna, Brisbane, Beijing, Chicago and New York. Oriana has taught at University of Reading, Northumbria University, and has guest lectured at Goldsmiths, the Courtauld Institute and Central Michigan University. See www.orianafox.com for Oriana's work. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Oriana teaches final project.

Rikke Hansen
Rikke Hansen is a Danish writer and academic who trained in art practice and theory at Jutland, Goldsmiths and Middlesex. She is currently in a Humanities and Cultural Studies PhD at the London Consortium. Rikke's work appears regularly in Art Monthly and she has broadcast a series of magazine programmes about animals and contemporary art for the radio channel Resonance 104.4 FM. Rikke has presented papers at academic conferences at the Courtauld, Uppsala, London Met, Amsterdam, Essen and Skovde. She has taught at Goldsmiths, Norwich, Sotheby's and Arhus. See her work at www.rikkehansen.com. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Rikke teaches critical practice and contextual studies.

Andrew Hewish
Andrew Hewish is an Australian artist who trained at University of Sydney and University of New South Wales. Andrew's work has been shown in London, Antwerp, Sydney, Atlanta, Houston and San Marino. Andrew is Director of the Centre for Recent Drawing, London, an educational museum space for drawing at Highbury Corner (www.c4rd.org.uk). He is a co-editor of Loughborough University's drawing journal Tracey (www.lboro.ac.uk/departments/ac/tracey) and a member of the Drawing Research Network (www.drawing-research-network.org.uk). On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Andrew teaches drawing.

David Howells
David Howells is a British writer and artist who trained at London Guildhall and Middlesex. David has written for Activate magazine; he also edits and publishes the independent journal of artist’s writing Knight’s Move and has shown in London, Prague and Mexico City. David has taught at Kingston, the Royal College, London Guildhall and London Met. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, David teaches drawing and professional context.

Steve Klee
Steve Klee is a British artist who trained at Newcastle-upon-Tyne and Chelsea and has just completed a PhD by Practice, Visual Art at Goldsmiths. Steve has shown his video work at David Roberts, 176, no.w.here and E:vent in London and Transmission and Tramway in Glasgow. He is a member of the Political Currency of Art research group based at Goldsmiths and has written on Aernout Mik and Jacques Ranciere. Steve has taught at West Anglia, Sotheby's, Goldsmiths and Chelsea. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Steve teaches contextual studies.

Pil and Galia Kollectiv
Pil and Galia Kollectiv are London based artists, writers and curators working in collaboration. They trained at the Hebrew University, Jerusalem and Goldsmiths, where they are currently in PhD. They have had solo shows in Auckland, Sheffield and London and have presented live work in biennials at Berlin and Montreal, as well as at Kunsthall Oslo, Arnolfini, Bristol, Tate Britain and ICA London. They are contributing editors at Art Papers and directors of artist-run project space xero, kline & coma. They lecture in Fine Art at University of Reading, and have taught at University of Kent, Goldsmiths, Camberwell and University of Hertfordshire. See www.kollectiv.co.uk for Pil and Galia's work. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Pil and Galia teach contextual studies.

Jo Longhurst
Jo Longhurst is a British artist who trained at Westminster. She has a PhD from the Royal College and is the Early Career Leverhulme Fellow at University of Wales (Newport). Jo has exhibited her photography solo in London, Leeds and Essen, and in group shows at London, Bradford, Plymouth, Liverpool as well as Krakow, Kiel, Berlin, Dusseldorf and Taipei. Jo has taught at the Royal College of Art, Central St Martins and the Arts Institute, Bournemouth. See www.jolonghurst.com for Jo's work. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Jo teaches general practice and final project.

Christina Mackie
Christina Mackie is a Canadian artist who trained at Banff, Vancouver and Central St Martins. She has been a Professor at CCA Kitakyushu in Japan, with residencies in Melbourne, Berlin and Karachi. She has shown her sculpture and installation work solo in the Sculpture Court, Tate Britain, in group shows at Becks Futures, the British Art Show, and has upcoming shows at Chisenhale (2011) and Kettles Yard (2012). She has taught at Goldsmiths, Croydon College and City & Guilds. Christina is represented by Herald Street Gallery (www.heraldst.com). On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Christina teaches final project.

Rosemarie McGoldrick
Rosemarie McGoldrick is a second-generation Irish artist who trained at Chelsea and Goldsmiths. She is Course Leader of BA Fine Art at the Cass. She has undertaken sculpture commissions for the Homerton Hospital and for the Chiltern Sculpture Trust. Rosemarie has a strong interest in contemporary art and animal-human studies, organising a triennial symposium 'The Animal Gaze' at London Met and curating the associated show here, which then toured the South West in 2009. Rosemarie has taught at Suffolk College of Art, London Guildhall and London Met. See www.mcgoldrick-art.org and www.animalgaze.org for her work. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Rosemarie teaches introductory practice, sculpture and final project.

Andrea Medjesi-Jones
Andrea Medjesi-Jones is a British artist who trained at Goldsmiths College (London). She is currently in PhD at Anglia Ruskin (Cambridge). Andrea's paintings have been selected for both Jerwood Contemporary Painters and the John Moores 24 at the Liverpool Biennial, as well as Bonhams Sovereign Art Prize. She has shown in group shows in London, Canterbury, Liverpool, Oxford and Aberystwyth as well as Houston, Lisbon, Bologna and Breda overseas (see www.andreamedjesijones.com). Andrea has lectured and taught at universities in Huddersfield, Bath Spa, Camberwell and Goldsmiths. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Andrea teaches introductory practice and painting.

Nico de Oliveira
Nico de Oliveira is a curator and co-director of the not-for-profit SE8 Gallery in Deptford, formerly the Notice Gallery and the Museum of Installation. He trained at City of London Poly and Middlesex. Nico has curated extensively in London, Berlin, Greece and Mexico. He has written 'Installation Art' and 'Installation Art in the New Millennium' with Nici Oxley and Michael Petry (published by Thames & Hudson), as well as monographs on Hans op de Beeck and Stefan Bruggemann. Nico has taught at City of London Poly, London Guildhall and London Met. See his gallery's work at www.se8.org.uk. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Nico teaches critical practice.

Nigel Oxley
Nigel Oxley is a British artist and master printmaker who trained at Camberwell. He worked at White Ink and then Kelpra Studios, which introduced silkscreen into fine art printmaking. Frink, Hoyland, Dine, Kitaj, Tilson and Blake worked with Nigel and his colleagues. Nigel has taught at City of London Poly, London Guildhall and London Met. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Nigel teaches etching and drawing.

David Price
David Price is a British artist who trained at Chelsea and Manchester. He is currently in PhD at Manchester Institute for Research and Innovation in Art and Design (Manchester Metropolitan University) to examine the relationship of art and fiction and explore the possibility of writing as a context for the exhibition of artworks. David has shown in group shows at the Whitworth, Cornerhouse and Holden Gallery in Manchester, Am Nuden Da in London as well as Chicago, Tokyo, Dusseldorf and Antwerp. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, David teaches introductory study and professional context.

Linden Reilly
Linden Reilly specialises in theory related to art practice, and is also Course Organiser of the Cass's MA by Project, a research programme in all arts. Her research interests include: theories of visual arts practice and epistemology; research methods the arts; the roles of sensation and experience in imagination, research, knowledge, understanding, and theory; the nature and operation of tastes. She is a member of the Visual Arts Practice research Group, and DART. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Linden teaches research methodology and critical report.

Frances Richardson
Frances Richardson is a British artist who trained at Norwich and the Royal College. She is a Jerwood Drawing Prize finalist and has had solo exhibitions of sculpture and drawing in London, Edinburgh and New York, with work in group shows in London, Sheffield, Hastings, as well as Los Angeles, Chicago, Washington, Koln and Berlin. Frances has taught at City & Guilds, UCA Farnham, Leeds College of Art, Norwich University and Kansas State University. See www.francesrichardson.co.uk for Frances' work. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Frances teaches final project, sculpture and installation.

Danny Rolph
Danny Rolph is a British artist who trained at Winchester and the Royal College. Danny has had solo shows of his paintings in London, Milan and Houston and in recent group shows at Leeds, Oxford, Southampton, as well as in California, Reykjavik, Leipzig and Antwerp. He is a Visiting Professor at Buckinghamshire New University and also teaches at the Royal Academy Schools. Danny is represented by Poppy Sebire (www.poppysebire.com), AR/Contemporary (www.contemporarygallery.it/index_uk.asp) and Barbara Davis (www.barbaradavisgallery.com). On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Danny teaches final project.

Matt Roberts
Matt Roberts is a British artist who trained at London Guildhall and Staffordshire University. He is a curator and arts project manager and runs the Matt Roberts Arts Organisation from Vyner Street, where he runs annual salon prize shows for video and photography. He has curated shows in Leeds, London, Birmingham, as well as in Sweden, Denmark and Israel. Specializing in professional practice, he has lectured at Leeds, Croydon and Coventry as well as at Wimbledon, Camberwell and Bezalel University, Tel Aviv. See what he does at www.mattroberts.org.uk. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Matt teaches professional practice and exhibition presentation.

Ian Robertson
Ian Robertson is a Scottish artist who trained at Edinburgh and the Royal College. He is Head of School of Fine Art at the Cass. Ian has taught at City of London Poly, London Guildhall and London Metropolitan University. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Ian is module leader for drawing and painting.

Gulperi Seyitcemaloglu
Gulperi Seyitcemaloglu is a second-generation Turkish artist who trained at Central St Martins and University of East London. She is currently in a Fine Art PhD at the Cass, examining community art and its role in the construction of diasporic identity. Gulperi has shown in London and in Bremen. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Gulperi teaches research methodology and critical report.

Bob and Roberta Smith
Bob and Roberta Smith is the heteronym for the artist Patrick Brill who trained at Reading and Goldsmiths. Bob and Roberta Smith have had solo shows in Bristol and London, as well as in Paris, Turin, New York and Los Angeles, as well as in group shows throughout the UK, Europe and the USA. Bob and Roberta Smith are a Trustee of the Tate and are represented by Hales Gallery (www.halesgallery.com). Bob has taught at Goldsmiths and London Guildhall. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Bob teaches studio practice and final project.

Chris Smith
Chris Smith is Head of Research at the Cass, Convenor of the Visual Arts Practice Research Group and editor of Intellect's Journal of Visual Art Practice. His research interests lie in praxis - the connection between theory and practice in art. Chris supervises a range of doctoral students and has run a number of workshops in collaboration with UAL's Centre for Learning and Teaching in Art and Design. Chris also sits on the Council for Higher Education in Art and Design AHRC working group, examining issues related to practice-led research. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Chris teaches research methodology and critical report.

Gordon Shrigley
Gordon Shrigley is a British architect who trained at the University of Westminster. He has extensive academic experience in experimental drawing. Gordon has shown his drawings in London, Berlin, St Etienne and Stuttgart. Gordon curates artist film and video screenings and discussions at Cass alumna Lindsay Friend's IMT Gallery in Bethnal Green. Gordon has published a number of books on the theory and practice of architecture; he runs the publishing company Marmalade and his own architectural practice in London Fields (see www.gordon-shrigley.com). on the BA, Gordon teaches drawing.

Mike Stubbs
Mike Stubbs is a British artist who trained at Bath and Goldsmiths. He has a PhD from Goldsmiths examining digital embodiment in contemporary abstract painting. He has shown his paintings, drawing and prints solo in London, Sao Paulo, Stuttgart and Milan, as well as in group shows in Los Angeles, Sao Paulo, Massa, Antwerp and Venice. Mike has taught at Bath Spa, Camberwell, Byam Shaw, the Royal Academy, Buckinghamshire New University, UCA Canterbury, Oxford-Brookes and Hertfordshire University, as well at Ontario College of Art and Sao Paulo University. Mike Stubbs is represented by Laurent Delaye Gallery (www.laurentdelaye.com). On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Mike teaches painting and final project.

Emilia Telese
Emilia Telese is an Italian artist and writer based in Sussex. She trained at the Fine Arts Academy in Florence. Emilia has exhibited at London, Leeds and in the New Forest, as well as at Venice, Linz, Karlsruhe, New York, Rio De Janeiro and St Petersburg. Her practice includes interactive and body-responsive technology, film and live art, installation, literature and public art. Emilia works for a-n and Arts Council England and has taught Fine Art and professional practice at UCA Rochester, University of Brighton, University of Chichester and at the Academy of Fine Arts, Palermo. See her work at www.emiliatelese.com. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Emilia teaches professional practice and exhibition presentation.

Dolly Thompsett
Dolly Thompsett is a British artist who trained at Manchester Met and Byam Shaw. She has a Fine Art PhD from Goldsmiths. Dolly is a Jerwood Drawing Prize finalist and has had solo exhibitions of her paintings at Artsway, Ritter/Zamet and Fred (London), as well as group shows in London, Liverpool, Portsmouth, Sunderland, Chichester and abroad in Leipzig, Arezzo, Vienna, San Marino and Marrakesh. Dolly has taught at Goldsmiths, Byam Shaw, Morley College and the Working Men's College. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Dolly teaches painting.

Francesca Vilalta
Francesca Vilalta is a Catalan artist who trained at London Guildhall and Central St Martins. Francesca has performed in London at the ICA, the South London Gallery and the Museum of Installation, as well as showed work in Barcelona, Amsterdam and Maastricht. Her current practice is a crossover between art, grassroots politics and citizen media. She specialises in learning and training in Fine Art with a strong emphasis in participation, collaboration and group dynamics. Francesca has taught at London Guildhall University, Kingston University and London Met. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Francesca teaches introductory practice, introductory study and exhibition presentation.

Jonathan Whitehall
Jonathan Whitehall is a British artist who trained at Goldsmiths, University of Leeds and has a Fine Art PhD from the Royal College. Jonathan has shown his video, film and photography work in London, Paris, Dublin, Essen, Boston, Lucerne and Dusseldorf. His essay 'L'image menacÈe' is to be published shortly in the Routledge journal 'Photographies'. Jonathan has taught at LCC, Westminster, Middlesex, and UCA Maidstone and Rochester. See his work at www.jonathanwhitehall.com. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Jonathan teaches photography and introductory practice.

Mick Williamson
Mick Williamson is a British artist who trained at Medway College of Art. He has exhibited his photography in solo shows in London, Derby, Dartington, Glasgow as well as Seoul, Mumbai and Kentfield, California, and also in group shows nationwide and internationally. He also runs a 5 star-rated academic research programme from the photography department at the Cass. Mick runs admissions for the School of Fine Art here and has taught at City of London Poly, College of Marin, London Guildhall and London Met. On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Mick teaches photography.

Camilla Wilson
Camilla Wilson is a British artist who trained at the Slade. Camilla has been a Jerwood Contemporary Painters finalist and has shown her paintings solo in London, as well as in group shows in Canterbury, the New Forest, Salford and Cardiff and outside the UK in Maribor, Berlin and Neuss. Camilla has taught at Bath Spa, Goldsmiths and Holbaek (Denmark). On BA Fine Art at the Cass, Camilla teaches introductory study, general practice, drawing and professional context.

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