Cartmel College, Lancaster

Cartmel College is a residential college of Lancaster University and was founded in 1968. It is named after the Cartmel peninsula of "Lancashire north of the sands", once known as The Land of Cartmel; the college buildings were sited at the north end of the university's Bailrigg campus and extended in 1969. In 2004, the college was relocated around Barker House Farm in a new development in the southwest of the campus called Alexandra Park. Cartmel college residences were opened in 1968; the Cartmel building was designed by Haydyn Smith. Smith designed the college in such a way; the college was dominated by a number of large, multi-purpose grassed areas that were popular during the warmer months. Extra residences were built in 1969 to cope with the expanding student population. In 2003 Cartmel’s College Syndicate decided to embrace the university’s offer to relocate the college down to south west campus with brand new en-suite accommodation and new facilities and college offices. After some negotiation it was decided that Cartmel would take the refurbished Barker House Farm complex as the centre of their college.

The farm houses the college offices, porters lodge and Junior Common Room, with the accommodation built around it. Along with Lonsdale and Fylde, Cartmel is one of only three Lancaster colleges to have en-suite accommodation; the residence are all named after villages on the Cartmel peninsula: Bigland Braystones Broughton Cark Dalehead Flookburgh Grange Haverthwaite Holker Lindale Meathop The College is established under the Statutes of the University. Internally, the key committees which run the College are College Council, College Management and College Syndicate. College Management is an informal committee of College Officers which meets every alternate week to keep abreast of day-to-day matters to do with the running of the college. College Council meetings alternate with College Management. College Council consists of College Officers and the JCR executive and is the body which concerns general policy of the college. College Syndicate meets much less and consists of all SCR members and some JCR representatives.

Its main responsibility is to decide matters of major policy affecting the College. The College is represented by the Principal on Senate, as is the JCR through various student representative bodies. College affairs come under a Pro Vice Chancellor of Colleges, who oversees the general conduct of the Colleges, including the appointment of College Officers, the setting of budgets and so on; the JCR Executive represents Cartmel students on various Student Union bodies, including LUSU Council, Social Committees, Welfare Committees, Communications Committees & Sports Committees. The 2020 JCR executive is led by Sobia Saddiq, Sam Pusey and Mikkah Liddell; the college colours are burgundy and grey or officially,'Stone' and'Plonk.' The college emblem is the griffin. The college pose. Cartmel College's facilities on campus include 2 large projection screens, a large bar area, study room, food court and a Junior Common Room which houses 3 pool tables, DJ booth, darts boards, air hockey table, table tennis equipment, table football and a 40" Plasma Television complete with PS4, DVD player and Laptop connection.

The whole Barker house complex and all residences have wireless internet throughout. Cartmel College

Kevin Francis Gray

Kevin Francis Gray is an Irish artist living and working in London and Pietrasanta, Italy. Hedi Slimane and Howard Bilton are both collectors of his work. Gray was born in Northern Ireland, he studied at the National College Of Art and Design, the School of Art Institute, he completed his MA in Fine Art at Goldsmiths, London. Gray is a figurative sculptor, who works predominantly with marble, his work has been shown in London, São Paulo, New York and Rome. He is represented by Pace Gallery, London. 2017 Pace Gallery, New York, NY, USA2013 Pace Gallery. London, UK2012 Haunch of Venison, New York, NY, USA2011 Mendes Wood Gallery, São Paulo, Brazil2010 Changing Role/Move Over Gallery, Italy2009 Personal, curated by Martina Cavallarin. A. N. Museum, Italy The Future Lasts a Long Time, Le Consortium, France Can't You Hear Me Knocking, Roebling Hall, New York2004 Group Show, Cell Projects, London, UK2003 Bag Lady, Cell Projects, London, UK A Pillow For Dreaming, Rossana Chisilie, Milan, Berlin From a Bag of Shit to Karma Kola, Osterwalder’s Art Office, Germany Matchine Matchine, 27 Spital Square, London, UK2002 The Galleries Show, Royal Academy, London, UK May it Return in Spades, Bart Wells Institute, London, UK Summer in the City, Osterwalders Art Office, Germany Guardaroba, Via Venezia, Italy2001 The Poster Show, Hoxton Distillery, London, UK Record Collection, VTO, London, UK2000 Art Lab, Mobile Home, London, UK New Video, Los Angeles, CA Behind the Beginners, Harvard Gallery, Boston, MA Heterogeneous Loves, CCA, Australia Harry Pie's Great British Art Show, Stark Gallery, London, UK It Might be Rubbish but its British Rubbish, Glass Box, France Photo15, Art Space NY, NY, New York Exit, Chisenhale Gallery, London, UK