REBECCA E DYER
Rebecca is a mixed media Artist and Camberwell College of Arts graduate with a 2:1 in Fine Art Painting
March 2020 (Postponed)
'Mystics and Myths', The Clapton Heart Pub, Lower Clapton
A collaborative exhibition exploring different aspects of world Mythology and Mysticism.
Unknown legends, forgotten symbols and a reminder of our story telling and elemental roots.
Unfortunately our exhibition has been postponed due to Covid-19 causing a national lockdown.
However our exhibition is still going ahead sometime in the future when we return back to a kind of normality. Your safety is still our main priority and we will keep you updated on the new date.
Online Exhibition and Charity Auction for The Galapagos Foundation
Exhibited Art works were displayed on Instagram raffled off to raise money for charity. The auction raised over £300.
Auction managed and directed by Julie Acada
'Degree Show' Collaborative Exhibition, Camberwell College of Art
Degree show feature up and coming artists and designers of tomorrow at Camberwell College of Arts from all courses in the Undergraduate Fine Art Programme.
'KALMS' Collaborative Exhibition, Assembly Point, Peckham
A collaborative exhibition involving Camberwell College of Art painting class, exhibiting third year progression.
‘White Noise’ Collaborative multi media project, Camberwell College of Art
A University based collaborative project, an investigation in to sound, emotional response and its effects in space.
‘UNIT’ Collaborative Exhibition, CGP Gallery, Southwark Park, Surrey Quays
An exhibition consisting of the entire Camberwell College of Art Fine Art department’s specialties. Painting, sculpture and photography.
‘I know the smell but these hands are new’ Collaborative Exhibition, Hearts Lane, New Cross
Exhibiting performance art, live music, sculpture and painting.
‘Long Live the New Flesh’ Collaborative Exhibition, Memorial Community Church, Plaistow
‘LLTNF’ was Rebecca's first independent collaborative exhibition outside of the University of the Arts London. To which she co-organised, curated and invigilated the exhibition.