On Tuesday 19 March the Centre for Visual Cultures in SMLLC (Royal Holloway, University of London) invite you to take part in a masterclass on collage by artist Neil Gall.
Neil will be working throughout the day on his ongoing "Cover Versions" series, based on Studio magazine covers. The event is taking place in the Davison Building and students are invited to come along and learn more about his practice and also contribute to the creation of his work in two sessions throughout the day.
Session one - 11am-1pm
Session two - 2-4pm
This is a rare and exciting opportunity to discuss art practice and get involved in the creative process of a contemporary artist.
Spaces are limited to 15 people per session, if you are unable to stay for the full two hours it is possible to leave the session early or join later - please contact us directly once you have booked to advise if this applies to you.
The event is free but booking is required.
Neil Gall is a London-based painter working in a number of media including modelling, assemblage, photography and painting. He received his BA in painting at Gray's School of Art, going on to attend the Slade School of Art in London in 1991. His works are in many major public and private collections, and he has received awards including the Abby Major Award in 1993 from The British School at Rome. He was shortlisted for the Jerwood Painting Prize in 1999 and selected as artist in residence at Durham Cathedral in 1993. His ‘Cover Versions’ collages based on Studio magazine covers were exhibited at the Henry Moore Institute, Leeds and the Metropolitan Art Centre, Belfast in 2018.
More information about his current works can be found here.