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Assemblage Experiments: University of the Arts London

Clore Learning Studio

The works currently on display in the Clore Learning Studio have been produced by students from Chelsea and Camberwell Schools of Art (part of University for the Arts London), through a three-day workshop with artist Lonnie Holley.

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Friday 7 February – Sunday 3 May 2020

Friday 7 February – Sunday 3 May 2020

Please note this exhibition is currently closed until further notice as a result of the COVID-19 situation.
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The students worked with Lonnie Holley over a period of three days to create improvised assemblages in direct response to their surroundings and the locally sourced materials.

Assemblage is an art form created by many artists from different backgrounds and cultures. The exhibition We Will Walk – Art and Resistance in the American South has many examples of art created from diverse materials and has been referenced in the workshop for this student project.

Lonnie Holley’s own works can be seen in the exhibition, We Will Walk, which also runs from 7 February – 3 May 2020.

Workshops supported by University of the Arts London




Please note the Clore Learning Studio isn’t always open to the public when booked workshops are taking place. To avoid disappointment please call us on 01843 233000 before your visit to check if the space is in use.