Archive for the ‘Research’ Category

Nadia Hebson | 2020 Studio Residency

Nadia Hebson | 2020 Studio Residency Having successfully piloted the Dorich House Museum Studio Residency scheme with invited artists Cathie Pilkington in 2018 and Hen Coleman in 2019, Stockholm-based artist Nadia Hebson was selected for the third annual Studio Residency through a public open call. Whilst the Covid-19 pandemic has limited travel and our venues […]

Paid Opportunity: Undergraduate Kingston University Student Researcher

PAID OPPORTUNITY: UNDERGRADUATE KINGSTON UNIVERSITY STUDENT RESEARCHER We are looking for a Kingston University undergraduate student to help develop and deliver a research project for the university’s Dorich House Museum and Stanley Picker Gallery. Black, Asian and minority ethnicity students are currently under-represented among the students we support and our project seeks to address this […]

Celebrating Our Students | ‘The Squatter Years’ Student Projects

CELEBRATING OUR STUDENTS | MA MUSEUM AND GALLERY STUDIES STUDENTS & THE SQUATTER YEARS Whilst we are temporarily closed to the public, we are working with our partner venue Stanley Picker Gallery to compile a weekly newsletter highlighting previous projects, collection items and activity suggestions to keep you inspired and creative at home. The theme […]

The Squatter Years: Recovering Dorich House Museum’s Recent Past

THE SQUATTER YEARS: RECOVERING DORICH HOUSE MUSEUM’S RECENT PAST Close to fifty volunteers have been involved in The Squatter Years: Recovering Dorich House Museum’s Recent Past project since it launched last summer, and many are continuing to research, write and create during the lockdown. Funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, the project is divided […]

Rescheduled: Nadia Hebson | The [Virtual] Reading Circle

NADIA HEBSON | THE [VIRTUAL] READING CIRCLE  1pm, Friday 1 May, Friday 15 & Friday 29 May Free, Limited places, RSVP via Eventbrite to receive joining instructions Following Kingston University guidelines regarding government advice on the spread of Covid-19, these events will now take place virtually.  As part of her 2020 Studio Residency, Nadia Hebson is […]

Oreet Ashery’s Revisiting Genesis & Dora Gordine’s Black Orchid

OREET ASHERY’S REVISITING GENESIS & DORA GORDINE’S BLACK ORCHID Content warning: please note, due to the nature of the subject matter, some of episodes of Oreet Ashery’s Revisiting Genesis which are mentioned below contain sensitive content relating to illness and death. Whilst we are temporarily closed to the public, we are working with our partner […]

Nadia Hebson | ‘Meet & Greet’ at Stanley Picker Gallery

NADIA HEBSON | ‘MEET & GREET’ AT STANLEY PICKER GALLERY 1pm, Friday 21st FebruaryAll welcome, booking not requiredStanley Picker Gallery, Kingston School of Art, Grange Road, KT1 2QJ To mark the beginning of Nadia Hebson’s 2020 Studio Residency, Stanley Picker Gallery is hosting a ‘Meet & Greet’ with the artist. As part of the residency, […]

Montage: Design and Film Symposium, Wednesday 8 January 2020

MONTAGE: DESIGN AND FILM SYMPOSIUM AT DORICH HOUSE MUSEUM Montage: Design and Film is a joint programme between Kingston University, HEAD – Genève and Parsons The New School. Dorich House Museum hosted the programme’s symposium on Wednesday 8 January 2020. The symposium was attended by students from Kingston University, HEAD – Genève and Parsons The […]

Job Vacancy: Dorich House Museum Project Archivist

JOB VACANCY Dorich House Museum is looking for an experienced Project Archivist to support an exciting new heritage project. This is a 9-month 0.2 FTE fixed term contract working to deliver our National Lottery Heritage Fund project The “Squatter” Years: Recovering Dorich House Museum’s Recent Past. The Project Archivist will train and support the learning […]

Share Your Story About Dorich House in the 1990s

‘The Squatter Years: Recovering Dorich House Museum’s Recent Past’ Do you have a story to share about Dorich House in the 1990s? We are keen to hear from you! At Dorich House Museum, we are currently working to uncover the rich history of the house between the time when its owner, the sculptor Dora Gordine, […]

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