British School at Athens delighted to invite you to a talk by Tina Rowe (UAL), the current Artist in Residence at the British School at Athens. This talk will take place in-person at the BSA Upper House and online via webinar.

Abstract: UAL Research Resident Artist Tina Rowe will talk about the residency and the ways that this experience has evolved her approach to her PhD. She will discuss her use of the archive and the questions that have arisen from working with materials she understands and content she has limited experience of. She will also talk about her own practice the ways in which this residency will contribute to it.

Bio: Tina Rowe is a lens based artist who works with the material properties of analogue photography. She is a founder member of e5process, an analogue darkroom in London, UK that was set up specifically to cater for artists with experimental photographic practices. She has exhibited widely and has won awards for her work. She is currently a PhD student at Chelsea College of Art at UAL, UK where she is undertaking practice based research into collaborative portraiture to express the identities of transracial adoptees. In 2024 she was research resident at the British School in Athens.

Register to attend ONLINE via webinar. No registration required for in-person attendance.

Artist in Residence talk
When: 20 February @ 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm EET

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