'The elusiveness of experience and the difficulty of trying to express it in language are themes which have long interested me, and which in my work are explored through a focus on the human figure'.
Works in this exhibition include the Faust series from the 1990s, and also the artist's more recent observational drawings and paintings of the human figure.
Exhibition runs until end March 2017
Crush Hall and Gallery 3
An exhibition celebrating the 50th anniversary of the University of Stirling through some key pieces from the University Art Collection.
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Celebration at 90
(Screenprint, 10/70, 2002)
Born in Glasgow in 1961, Calum Colvin has exhibited his work nationally and internationally for the last thirty years since graduating from the Royal College of Art in London with an MA in Photography in 1985. His work is represented in numerous collections
In this exhibition the works on display explore very different themes: visual psychology and the history of stereoscopic photography in Natural Magic; the legacy of the Jacobite Risings of 1715 and ’45 in Jacobites by Name, and themes of ageing and loss in Camera Lucida.
The Autumn Art Lecture will be given by the artist on 6th October 2016 at 5.30pm more here
Venue of exhibition: Pathfoot Building
Venue: Pathfoot Gallery 2
Exhibition runs till December 2016.
Displaying some works from the University Art Collection's permanent collection.
(Oil on board)
50 Years of Stirling University
This exhibition features Brig, a Stirling University student made and read newspaper. The purpose of this exhibition is to celebrate student involvement over the last 50 years and convey the theme: for the students by the students. This is a side of the university’s story that has never been told before.
Venue: University Library
Dates: 24th November-24th February 2016
This exhibition showcases some of the photos of the Humans of Stirling project started by University of Stirling student Iris.
"I started Humans of Stirling in the winter of 2014, when I was a second year student at the University of Stirling. I had wanted to make a similar project since 2011, when I first discovered Brandon Stanton's original project for the New York area, but as a result of always moving about and not really living in one place for too long, I was never able to start my own project.
The Stirling community has offered me the means through which I can make my dream a reality and through this platform I have showcased the stories of many beautiful and amazingly talented people. Each portrait tells a story, one which encapsulates a moment in time and place, one in which two strangers can open up to one another, fearless of judgement and eager to share a little bit about their lives."
Venue: Pathfoot Building, Student Exhibition Area (Behind Reception)