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As part of its Contemporary Arts Programme, the School has organised a series of exhibitions.
This programme at the School has benefited from the vision and assistance of Pam Skelton from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in helping us to develop an exhibition and commissioning programme created specifically for the School, encouraging and maintaining wherever possible a dialogue and discussion with staff and students and visiting artists
2005: The Healers, exhibition of African Artists and 2-day conference/festival. Feb-April 2005. Organised by Susannah Mayhew (Susannah.mayhew@lshtm.ac.uk)

2004: Opening of two major sculptural commissions in the access routes to the new North Courtyard Building, by Richard Layzell and Grenville Davey.

2003: Vivien Blackett. 21 May to 31 July an exhibition of paintings with essay by Sotiris Kyriacou. Curated by Pam Skelton.

2003: Maria Poncelas, photographs commissioned to coincide with World No Tobacco Day 2003 and 2004, a worldwide event held each year to draw attention to the adverse health effects of the tobacco epidemic.

2002: SMOG, an exhibition that featured, Beth Harland, Caroline List, Richard Layzell, Mario Rossi, Mare Tralla, Chris Meigh-Andrews, Jacqueline Morreau, Curated by Pam Skelton and Tony Fletcher with new works inspired by the anniversary of the 1952 London smog see the e-catalogue on this website.

2002: Hygiene - the art of public health that featured Fernando Arias, Christine Borland, Susan Brind, Naomi Dines, Hadrian Piggott, Gary Perkins, Pam Skelton, Shaheen Merali, Kate Meynell, Alister Skinner, Paola Junkiera, Curated by Pam Skelton and Tony Fletcher. Follow the link for the e-catalogue on this website.

2001: Foreign Bodies, 2001. Work by students from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London. Curated by Pam Skelton.

2000: Foreign Bodies. Work by students from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London. Curated by Pam Skelton

Works purchased from the above exhibitions are on permanent display in the School.

Foreign Bodies 2001 and The Hygiene Show have received funding from The Wellcome Trust and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation and The University of the Arts London.

For more information about this programme contact Tony Fletcher (tony.fletcher@lshtm.ac.uk).

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