George Charman

Lecturer on Fine Art and 3D Pathway, UCA Epsom

Academic, School of Further Education

George Charman has been teaching on the further education foundation programme within Fine Art and 3D Design at UCA Epsom since 2010.  He is also a visiting lecturer on the BA/MA Visual Arts programme at West Dean College in West Sussex.

George has lectured at a number of other universities including UCA Farnham, University of Nottingham, London Metropolitan and the University of East London.

He graduated from the Surrey Institute of Art and Design in 2005 with a BA (Hons) in Sculpture before going on to complete his MA in Printmaking at the Royal College of Art in 2008 and his PGC teacher training qualification at UCA in 2014.

George has also led adult education workshops at a number of arts institutions including Camden Arts Centre, Bishopsgate Institute, Jerwood Space and the Gerald Moore Gallery.

George Charman website

Professional Membership, Affiliation and Consultancy

Awards, Grants and Commissions:

  • 2010-15: Acme Fire Station Live/work residency award, Acme Studios
  • 2015-17 Eltham College Artist in residence award
  • 2012: Once Again And Always New; Solo exhibition at Acme Project Space, London funded by Arts Council England ‘grants for the arts’
  • 2014: Artichoke House. Solo project at West Dean College funded by Arts Council England ‘grants for the arts’
  • 2014: Land Art Research trip to South West United States funded by Arts Council England ‘International Development Fund’
  • 2016: Terra Incognita. Solo exhibition funded by Eltham College artist in residence programme 2015-17.
  • 2016/17: Tools For The Future. Solo exhibition at Gerald Moore Gallery funded by Arts Council England ‘grants for the arts’
  • 2016: Trust Thamesmead. Collaborative research project for Thamesmead Festival, funded by Peabody Housing
  • 2017: Tracking Shot. Collaborative research project exploring frontier spaces in the South West United States, Funded by UCA research fund. 

Research Outputs

Key outputs on UCARO:

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