We are pleased to announce that the Greenwich Maritime Centre has a new partner: Lloyd’s Maritime Academy.
Learn from the maritime industry’s top experts and network with professionals from around the world.
Lloyd’s Maritime Academy is a highly respected name for professional development in the maritime sector. Their range of seminars, held year round, cover a range of niche topics relating to everything from the offshore industry to maritime law, environmental science and insurance. The unique approach LMA takes to learning in their seminars includes practical workshops, case studies, spotlight sessions, mock negotiations, site visits and interactive breakout sessions.
We look forward to working with Lloyd’s Maritime Academy and bringing you news and information on their range of courses. Click on the link below to see what they have lined up for the rest of 2017!
We are very happy to announce that artist Lizzie Cannon is the new Greenwich Maritime Centre Featured Artist.
Lizzie completed a B.Sc. in Geography at The University of St. Andrews, after which she re-focused her interest in human-environment interactions into her art practice. Since graduating with a BA in Textiles at Goldsmiths in 2006, Cannon has exhibited both internationally and in the UK. She was short listed for the Jerwood Drawing Prize in 2007, Art of the Stitch in 2009 and Jerwood Makers in 2014. Cannon engages with opportunities to work with museum collections and archives, undertaking the residency ‘Made in Bow’ with the Bow Porcelain Collection at Newham Archive (2013), collaborating with the Curator of Lichens at the Angela Marmont Centre for UK Biodiversity, Natural History Museum, London (2011) and exhibiting at a ‘Behind the Scenes Event’ at the Horniman Museum, London (2009).
Lizzie will be exhibiting at the University of Greenwich later this year as part of the Featured Artist program and we will be sharing more details soon!
You can find out more about Lizzie and her work here: http://www.gre.ac.uk/ach/gmc/featured-artist/current-featured-artist
and her own website: http://www.lizziecannon.com
The Greenwich Maritime Centre would like to take this opportunity to thank our previous Featured Artist, Theo Crutchley-Mack for his time with us and all of his hard work. We wish him all the very best with his new exhibition and hope to have Theo back on campus in the next academic year to exhibit his paintings but in the meantime please do follow him on social media and check out his current and upcoming exhibition on his website: http://www.crutchley-mack.com/
The Greenwich Maritime Centre is very pleased to announce we have a new partner. The National Maritime Development Group works with UK maritime industries and communities to promote and develop excellence in all maritime business activities. We look forward to working on a range of new seminars and promotional activities as well as developing longer term relationships with maritime organisations, linking research and teaching to industry and commerce.
We will be sharing more information on our website and social media pages so please do follow us there for news on future events.
You can find out more about the National Maritime Development Group and the events they are running, as well as find the links to follow their social media pages, here: https://www.nmdg.co.uk
We would like to bring to your attention to a free exhibition opening in August at the Kent History and Library Centre:
Bawleys, Barbels and Owlers
Life along the Kent coast
Please take a look at the poster Exhibition Poster.
And for more information visit their website: http://www.kent.gov.uk/leisure-and-community/history-and-heritage/kent-history-and-library-centre#
Hope to see you there.