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Stanley Picker Fellowships in Design & Fine Art 2024

The Stanley Picker Gallery at Kingston University is seeking to appoint two contemporary practitioners to the Stanley Picker Fellowships in Design & Fine Art 2024.

Each Fellowship provides up to £16,000 and valuable access to the extensive material workshops, technical resources and expertise within Kingston School of Art and the wider University departments, to support a practice-based, innovative research project that will result in an exhibition of international standing at the Stanley Picker Gallery.

See our Fellowships pages for information on previous recipients of the Stanley Picker Fellowships and About to learn more about the Gallery and its wider programme.

This year’s Fellowship selection panel will include Meneesha Kellay, Senior Curator, Contemporary at Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) and co-curator of last year’s British Pavilion at Venice Architecture Biennale, Curator Borbála Soós who was appointed as Stanley Picker Gallery Curatorship in 2023 and David Falkner, Director of Stanley Picker Gallery and Dorich House Museum at Kingston University. 

The Stanley Picker Gallery and our University partner-venue Dorich House Museum are committed to working ambitiously, innovatively and inclusively to foster equality and diversity across all of our activities and operations. We strongly encourage participation from all protected characteristics to achieve fairness of opportunity for all. We fully acknowledge our environmental responsibility and our duty to reduce our impact on the planet through transforming our working practices.

Please complete the short Enquiry Form below to receive the full details of the Stanley Picker Fellowships and application requirements. If you have any issues receiving the full details please contact the staff team please call us on 0208 417 4074.

Once having received the full details, if you need advice or support with completing your application please email or call us on 0208 417 4074.

Deadline for Applications: 5pm (BST) Monday 1 July 2024

Pre-Application Online Q&A: Thursday 6 June 1-2pm, a recording of the event is available to watch online HERE.
Find out more about role, the resources available to fellows at Kingston University and ask questions the application process at our informal, online pre-application Q&A with Stanley Picker Gallery Director David Falkner, Curator Borbála Soós and Artist and former Fellow Larry Achiampong. 

A World of Island Online Salon: Pure Flow

Thursday 6 July 2023 | 12:30-1:30pm

Join us to hear curator Ligaya Salazar in dialogue with A World of Islands artists Alex Quicho and Derek Tumala who discuss their shared interest on water, climate and sovereignty. 

A World of Islands – On Palms, Storms & Coconuts considers the movement of indigenous knowledge, practices, materials and people, and historical and current fabrications of tropical utopia and dystopia. Locating the ‘tropics’ as both a mythological and real place with shared colonial and ecological trauma but wildly divergent histories and cultures, the exhibition unpicks some of the clichés and relocates agency in the ‘tropical’ narrative. Featuring work by Stephanie ComilangRonyel CompraCarol Anne McChrystalCeramica SuroDerek Tumala and Alex Quicho.

Ligaya Salazar is a curator focused on contemporary interdisciplinary practice at the intersection of design, art, craft and graphics. Her approach is shaped by an interest in how audiences can be positioned at the heart of curatorial practice, enabling a human-centred take on storytelling. Salazar was appointed to the Stanley Picker Fellowships in 2021.

Alex Quicho is a writer and artist in London. Her work focuses on multi-scalar violence and pleasure; affective experiences of technology; and resonances between pre-colonial spirituality and post-colonial futurity.

Derek Tumala is a visual artist working with new emerging technologies, the moving image, industrial materials and objects. His practice revolves around the realms of science and nature meditating on the idea of interconnectedness.