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Greta Davies - Fine Artist 



2018- MFA in Painting, Slade School of art UCL, London, UK

2015- BA in Painting, Manchester School of Art, MMU, Manchester, UK




2019- Out of Shape, Peer Gallery, London, UK

2019- Hot Mess, Studio Event, Acme Studios, Warton House, London UK

2018- Slade MFA Degree show, Slade School of Art, London UK

2018- Follow the Line, UCL main Library, London, UK

2018- observatory, UCL, Main quad, London, UK

2017- Interim show, Slade School of Art, London, UK

2017- Alumni Exhibition, Manchester School of Art Benzie Building, Manchester, UK

2016- Liquitex White Wall Project, Col Arts, London, UK

2015- Manchester School of art Degree Show, Manchester, UK

2013- NQ(ART)ER, Night and Day Café, Manchester, UK




2018-2019- Slade School of Fine Art, University College London - Adrian Carruthers Memorial Award

The Adrian Carruthers Award is a partnership between Acme and the Slade School of Fine Art, funded by Acme and the Adrian Carruthers Memorial Fund. With the goal of providing a bridge between college and professional practice, the award includes a bursary, rent-free studio space and a mentoring programme tailored specifically to the graduate’s practice. Recipients of Acme’s Graduate Award Programme occupy shared and adjacent studio space in order to foster and encourage a greater degree of peer support and an environment of growth, risk-taking and excellence.


Other projects

2019- ITV Creates, Week 23 – 3rdJune, From January 1st 2019 we launch our new on-screen identity project across the ITV main channel. Every week new idents will be showcased, with a different interpretation of our logo created by a wide range of British artists. All of the work is influenced by ITV, our programmes or the artist’s personal relationship with ITV and television itself. The project aims to reflect our ongoing commitment at ITV to creativity, giving a platform to UK talent and giving a unique and inspiring new look each week of the year.

2019- Estorick Collection, Adult Art Class, exploring the interior spaces of the Estorick’s Georgian building, using vinyl and tape to create patterns that will alter your perception and experience of the museum.

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