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Artist talk: David George

Artist David George has agreed to give a talk to OCA students on 22 April at the next Thames Valley Group meeting. David has been a photographer for over 35 years and his work examines geo-political aspects of contemporary landscape. David is a visiting lecturer at Colleges and Universities across the UK whilst also providing Master classes in landscape, low level light and alternate processes.
David’s work has been exhibited across the UK and internationally whilst his work is held in public and private collections. This is an exciting opportunity to meet a practising artist, David will be presenting his practice as well as sharing his experience of creating group shows for fellow artists.
In 2009 he co-founded the contemporary photography project Uncertain States which regularly publishes new contemporary work and an annual group show in London.
Space will be limited for this event to be held in Borden. Although this event is being organised by the OCA Students’ Association, bookings are being handled by the OCA office. Places are free to OCA students, though there will be a proportionate fee to cover refreshments etc.
To reserve your place please email enquiries@oca.ac.uk or alternatively to request a place on a study visit please click here and complete the form.

Posted by author: John Umney
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      • Thank you for your reply John. I have registered but they told me they did not have this information. They gave me email addresses for yourself and Catherine but these proved to be incorrect. In the end I managed to find an old minutes for the Thames Valley group online which was held at the Phoenix Arts Centre so I rang the centre this morning and they confirmed the venue. Part of the issue is that the Phoenix is in Bordon (in Hampshire as you say) but the flyer above says Borden (which is in Kent).
        Anyway I hope I have the correct address now and am very much looking forward to David George’s talk as the work looked very interesting, and also meeting up with some other students.

        • Good detective work Jonathan and apologies for the mistake in the spelling of Bordon – which, because I have just written it again, I now realise is an autocorrect spelling issue! Grrr!
          I hope you have a great day, it will be a long one…

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