An echo of a time when a Domestic Science Course existed within the School based at Kepplestone. As part of the course the students would cook meals for the public.
29th January – 27th March 2016
Sir Ian Wood Building, Riverside East, Garthdee Campus, Robert Gordon University
Born in the USA and currently based in Edinburgh, Kate Downie has strong Aberdeenshire roots, having spent her earlier years in the North East of Scotland, attending Ellon Academy and Gray’s School of Art. Kate has returned to the North East bringing a wonderful collection of recent works inspired by her travels to China . Her participation in many international artist residencies has allowed her to respond to environments as diverse as, hospitals, breweries, oil rig platforms and bridge structures.
Kate’s recent work examines the interface between the urban, industrial and romantic landscapes of China in a time of change. Having gathering multiple awards over the years, her work is held in public and private collections around the world. This Fine Art travelogue is on show in the Sir Ian Wood Building, Riverside East, RGU, Garthdee Road, Aberdeen until 27th March. Further works by Kate Downie can be seen in the Georgina Scott Sutherland Learning Centre in RGU.
Parking restrictions on the Garthdee Campus cease at 4pm Monday to Friday. There are no restrictions at the weekend.
The Sir Ian Wood Building is open 9am – 9pm
The Georgina Scott Sutherland Learning Centre is open
Mon – Fri 9am – 9pm
Sat 9am – 6pm
Sun 9am – 3pm