Briefs

Friday 19 January Take in Déj Vu, a mixed media exhibition by members of staff on the foundation course at the Kent Institute Of Art and Design.

Friday 19 January

Take in Déj Vu, a mixed media exhibition by members of staff on the foundation course at the Kent Institute Of Art and Design. Until 9 February.

Venue: The George Rodger Gallery, Kent Institute Of Art and Design, Oakwood Park, Maidstone, Kent ME16 8AG.

Details: 01622 757289.

Friday 19 January

Still time to catch Art 96, the London contemporary art fair, with more than 80 galleries and up-and-coming artists showing photography, paintings and sculpture. Until 21 January.

Venue: Business Design Centre, Islington, London N1.

Details: 0171-255 2545.

Saturday 20 January

Go to the Angel Row Gallery in Nottingham and view Origin:0,0,0 by Jez Noond, a sculptor who generates his images on computer, and Jo Fairfax’s work produced through holograms. Until 17 February.

Venue: Angel Row Gallery, 3 Angel Row, Central Library Building, Nottingham NG1 6HP.

Details: 0115 9476334.

Sunday 21 January

Or how about Velleitas, a photography and sculpture exhibition by Jana Sterbak on the human body. Until 25 February.

Venue: Serpentine Gallery, Kensington Gardens, London W2.

Details: 0171-402 6075.

Monday 22 January

Opening today is Lolly, an exhibition of work by photographers Stuart Knowles and Arran Elvidge. Work is on sale with all proceeds going to the charity Scope. Until 27 January.

Venue: Coningsby Gallery, 30 Tottenham Street, London W1.

Details: 0171-838 1064.

Tuesday 23 January

6.30 pm

Architect Dr Ken Yang lectures this evening on the fundamentals of bioclimatic design and its application to tall buildings.

Venue: RIBA Architecture

Centre, 66 Portland Place,

London W1.

Details: 0171-580 5533.

Tuesday 23 January

Any animal lovers out there? Rachel Higgings produces animal sculptures from junk in Alu, Barbed Wire and the Faulty Sieve. Until 27 January.

Venue: The Bonington Gallery, The Nottingham Trent University, Bonington Building, Dryden Street, Nottingham NG1 4FX.

Details: 0115 9486443.

Wednesday 24 January 7.15pm

In Personal Exposure, the latest D&AD President’s Lecture, leading magazine photographer Elliott Erwitt lectures about his film-making in the 1970s to his published books and photography in the 1990s.

Venue: Royal Geographical Society, Kensington Gore,

London SW1.

Details: 0171-582 6487.

Future Events

Friday 26 January 10am

Preliminary sketches by artists and designers is a study day at the V&A, addressing issues facing designers today in relation to traditional drawing and sketching skills.

Venue: Lecture theatre, V&A, Cromwell Road, London SW7.

Details: 0171-938 8638.

Wednesday 2 February

Plan to see the centenary exhibition Design of the times: One hundred years of the Royal College of Art. Until 20 March.

Venue: Royal College of Art, Kensington Gore, London SW7.

Details: 0171-584 5020.

Sunday 14 February 6.30pm

The second in the series of The Evening Standard debates on The potential of the Thames, a new heart of London focuses on proposals for the neglected river, including floating islands.

Venue: Westminster Central Hall, Storey’s Gate, London SW1.

Details: 0171-332 3770.

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