Alice White is an Oil Painter, Art Lecturer and Tutor at University of the Arts London. Join her art courses!
Alice's artwork explores how wildlife in inner-city habitats impacts positively on personal, social and psychological spaces.
She exhibited at the Palace of Nations in Geneva during the Geneva Health Forum 2022. Read More.
Cross-disciplinary collaborations: Alice is the Consultant/Collaborator on the 'AHA! Art and Human Ai' project. Our work is currently on display at the Science Gallery London (21 June 2023-20 Jan 2024). Read her 'AI in Art' guide, published via the exhibition.
'AHA!...' is a Public Engagement project with a PhD student at the Safe and Trusted Ai Programme, (King’s College, Imperial College London 2022/23) funded by UKRI Centre for Doctoral Training.
Alice's project The Art of Science returned to the Cambridge University Festival in April 2022. The workshops originally launched at the Scott Polar Research Institute (2021). Her artworks have been acquired for the Polar Museum Collection.
She is a team member of SunSpaceArt, winners of the Sir Arthur Clarke education and outreach Space Achievement award (June 2021). SunSpaceArt is funded by the Science and Technology Facilities Council.
Public Talks: Alice is an Accredited Lecturer for The Arts Society (NADFAS). She has Guest Lectured at Kings College London and The Courtauld Institute of Art, and is an Expert Art Historian for ArtscapesUK.
Her essay A Painter's Perspective is in the book Alfred Cohen: An American Artist in Europe, published by the Alfred Cohen Art Foundation and Ben Uri Gallery (March 2020).
Her article How to Look at Painting was published by The Art Society Magazine (June 2020).
Watch Alice's film appearances for a taste of her presentation style!
Time Space Money Bursary, a-n The Artists Information Company and Arts Council England (2020).
Russell and Chapple Canvas Prize for an Outstanding Artwork in Oils, Royal Society of Marine Artists (2017).
“If Santa squeezes one of Alice White’s awesome oil paintings into my stocking, I’d be a happy girl.” Lauren Laverne, Grazia Magazine