Alice White is a professional Oil Painter, and Associate Lecturer at Central St Martins College of Art and Design. She is a Guest Lecturer for Kings College London, Brunel University, The Courtauld Institute of Art and the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art. Her forthcoming talks include 'Art Uncovered: Revealing the Masters and Moderns' at the Jewish Community Centre on September 18th, 'Ways to Look at Painting' on 27th November 2019 at the Art Workers Guild, and 'The Painting Secrets of Freud and Bacon' 22nd January 2020, at the Art Workers Guild. She is a newly Accredited Lecturer for The Arts Society.
Alice has been co-awarded the Public Engagement Fund at Brunel University 2019. Her project, entitled ‘Eat my Shorts’ is a collaboration between two scientists, a scientific film maker, and herself. It combines colourful, engaging stop-motion animation with public engagement and science communication practices to create short videos which will transform children into science communicators.
Her exhibition, entitled 'A New Wave' documented her year's residency as Artist for Animals at ZSL London Zoo. She continues to develop her portfolio, exploring the variety and richness of marine life living beneath the surface in the waters surrounding the UK. She was recently awarded the Russell and Chapple Canvas Prize for an Outstanding Artwork in Oils, at the Annual Exhibition for the Royal Society of Marine Artists in London.
Her current solo show at the Naze Tower is open to the public, from 10am-5pm daily until September 1st 2019.
Alice's contemporary lecture on the digital self is a key component of the Inspiring Minds project at Canterbury Christ Church University. The project aims to increase the number of young people from disadvantaged backgrounds taking up STEM subjects in higher education by 2020, and is funded by the OfS for the National Collaborative Outreach Programme.
“If Santa squeezes one of Alice White’s awesome oil paintings into my stocking, I’d be a happy girl.” Lauren Laverne, Grazia Magazine