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V&A Finnish Institute in London Ceramics Resident: Pauliina Pöllänen

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4 April to 30 September 2016   Ceramics Resident: Pauliina Pöllänen   Born and raised in Finland, Pauliina Pöllänen received her BA in Ceramic and Glass Design from Kuopio Design Academy in Finland in 2006 and an MA from the Oslo National Academy of Arts in Norway in 2012. Pöllänen´s architectural ceramic works play on […]

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Goethe V&A Photography Resident: Helmut Völter

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  April 2016 to end of September 2016 In collaboration with the Goethe-Institut London Goethe V&A Photography Resident: Helmut Völter   The Goethe-Institut London and the Victoria & Albert Museum are collaborating on a new long-term residency programme, the Goethe V&A Residency.
 
German artist Helmut Völter has been selected to be the first Goethe V&A Resident […]

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Exhibition Road Engineering Resident: Julian Melchiorri

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  April 2016 to April 2017 Supported by the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund Exhibition Road Engineering Resident: Julian Melchiorri   Julian Melchiorri is a design engineer, biotechnologist and entrepreneur based in London. Internationally known for his visionary ‘’synthetic leaf’’ projects, Melchiorri proposes radical environmental solutions for urban and industrial settings through an […]

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Short Film About Casting, an installation by V&A Samsung Korean Digital Art Resident Yiyun Kang

We have recently released Casting, a short film recording the fascinating digital project by V&A Samsung Korean Digital Art Resident Yiyun Kang. Over the course of her six month residency at the V&A (October 2015 – March 2016), Kang utilised her projection mapping practice to create a new portal into the V&A Cast Courts (room […]

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CASTING; work in progress

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  As a V&A Samsung Korean Digital Artist in Resident, I’m going to present my new projection mapping installation at the Cast Courts, Room 46a in 12 February as a culminating project of my residency. The whole process was challenging and I truly appreciate lots of people who gladly gave their help and support. I’ve conducted […]

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New Open Call: Exhibition Road Engineering Residency

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We have just issued a new open call for a one year residency targeted at UK based engineers, makers and designers who wish to develop their practice by responding in their own way to the rich engineering heritage of the Museum – from the Collection’s origins in the Great Exhibition of 1851 and architectural history of the site, […]

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Studio Visit from Elephant Magazine

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It’s been a busy few weeks! and in the middle of it all Elephant Magazine came along to do a studio visit at my space in the V&A which is now online here: http://www.elephantmag.com/studio-visit-jamie-jenkinson/  

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AJH For Symmetry Breakfast

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  This week I was really excited to design and make some tableware for a friend at the Museum and have it feature on their fantastic social media accounts ‘Symmetry Breakfast’. Their instagram has nearly 300k followers and features daily pictures of scrumptious and elaborate breakfast dishes made by him for him and his partner. […]

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Liam Byrne interview on BBC Radio 3

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Our music resident Liam Byrne was interviewed and performed in BBC Radio 3 yesterday. He talked about his residency and his relationship to the V&A collection – and of course about his upcoming performances inside Trajan’s column! You can listen to it in the link below, Liam starts talking at 1:21:34 and then again at 1:37:52. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b05xqczq […]

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Inside Voices, a performance in process by music resident Liam Byrne

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    Booking has opened for Inside Voices, Liam Byrne’s performance in process inside Trajan’s Column! Between 23 and 28 June, Liam will invite members of the public to join him inside the magnificent Victorian plaster cast of Trajan’s Column, where he will be giving a series of short performances of Baroque music for one […]

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