new exhibitions
 
 
 
SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 2018
 

London

BERNARD COHEN AND NATHAN COHEN IN CONVERSATION WITH PHILIP DODD
Click to enlarge Artist Talk Apr 21, 2018 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Exhibited together for the first time, Two Journeys by father and son Bernard Cohen and Nathan Cohen focuses on the common quest for discovery through painting, where experience is translated through distinct forms and working processes.
To coincide with the exhibition, Flowers Gallery will host a discussion with exhibiting artists, Bernard Cohen and Nathan Cohen, chaired by broadcaster and writer Philip Dodd.
As space will be limited, please contact rsvp@flowersgallery.com to confirm your attendance.
For full details of this event biographies of each of the speakers please visit the ‘news & events’ section of our website.
www.flowersgallery.com/news-and-events/view/in-conversation-bernard-cohen-nathan-cohen-and-philip-dodd
FLOWERS, Kingsland Road

PERFORMING THE CURRICULAR @ TATE EXCHANGE
Performance Apr 21, 2018 12:00pm - 6:00pm
‘Performing the Curricular’ by Barby Asante and young people at The Charter School participating in SERP Reactivated.
 
This is a durational work and actions will occur throughout the day.
This is a free event, no booking required.
PECKHAM PLATFORM

CURRICULA OF THE FUTURE @ TATE EXCHANGE
Apr 21, 2018 2:00pm - 4:00pm
An opportunity to see ‘Performing the Curricular’ by students at The Charter School participating in SERP Reactivated. Followed by a conversation to reimagine a ‘future curricula’, facilitated by Janna Graham practice based researcher at Goldsmiths and a key figure in what has been termed the ‘educational turn’.
 
Joining the conversation will be original SERP artist Rita Keegan, students from The Charter School and from University of the Arts London as well as Sophie Leach, AD magazine Editor, and formally subject leader for art and design at The Charter School.
 
This will be followed by a break out session to reimagine a ‘future curricula’. Light refreshments served.
Click here to book a free ticket
www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/serp-reactivated-curricula-of-the-future-tickets-43703509373
PECKHAM PLATFORM

 
 
FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 2018
 

England

EUPHONIA UNPACKED
Click to enlarge Artist Talk Apr 27, 2018 3:00pm - 5:00pm
Get a behind-the-scenes look at our new spring exhibition by artist, Emma Smith. Euphonia Unpacked will include lively conversation between Smith and some of her collaborators. The afternoon includes Professor Lauren Stewart (Goldsmiths), Professor Ian Cross (University of Cambridge) and Writer & Curator Dr Michael Birchall (Tate Liverpool / Liverpool John Moores University) who will join Smith to explore the music of social communication in the sound installation.
Please book via:
www.thebluecoat.org.uk/events/view/events/3845
Tickets £5/£3
BLUECOAT

 
 
SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 2018
 

London

SOLITARY PLEASURES IN ART AND PSYCHOANALYSIS
Click to enlarge Apr 28, 2018 9:30am - 5:30pm
A day-long conference to accompany Solitary Pleasures, a group exhibition that investigates a significant topic in the psychology of sexuality and eroticism: masturbation.
 
CONFERENCE THEMES:
Making – masturbation in creativity and art practice
Educating – masturbation in sexual health and wellbeing
Talking – masturbation in clinical practice
 
Contributors include
Professor David Bennett (U. of Melbourne), Dr Sean Curran (Sutton House), Dr Chantal Faust (artist, RCA), Sarah Forbes (former Curator of the Sex Museum), Professor Johnny Golding (RCA), Natika Halil (Chief Executive, Family Planning Association), Jordan McKenzie (artist, UAL), David Morgan (clinician), Professor Michael Newman (Goldsmiths), Professor Adrian Rifkin (CSM), Florence Schechter (The Vagina Museum), Dr Marquard Smith (UCL IoE), and Dr Esther Teichmann (LCC).
Full Price: £65
Students and Concessions: £45
£5 discount for members of the Freud Museum, and staff and students of the Royal College of Art and UCL.
 
www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/solitary-pleasures-in-art-and-psychoanalysis-tickets-43385970606
Freud Museum London

 
 
TUESDAY, MAY 1, 2018
 

London

DR LEONIE ANSEMS DE VRIES: ‘WE ARE IN BETWEEN’
Click to enlarge Talk May 1, 2018 6:00pm - 7:30pm
A talk by Dr Leonie Ansems de Vries exploring stories as told by migrants during a visit to their make-shift settlements in Calais and Dunkirk in September 2017. These accounts detail the aftermath of police raids in which migrants’ shelters and belongings were destroyed whilst enduring the continued violences of daily life and anticipating the next police intervention – recovering from the last attempt to cross the border and waiting for their next opportunity. In asking the question ‘what happens “in between?”, Ansems de Vries refers to the moments of waiting; the experience, aftermath, anticipation and the in-between of violence. What is left behind after the police have intervened, or, more accurately, what happens in the moments in between – of waiting; of anticipating violence; of preparing to cross the border? What happens when hiding becomes a mode of being? What happens in a zone of irregularity, in which your legal status is unclear, as is the (il)legality of the practices of surveillance and violence you experience?
 
Leonie Ansems de Vries is a Lecturer in International Relations at King’s College London and Coordinator of the Migration Research Group. She is the author of Re-Imagining a Politics of Life: From Governance of Order to Politics of Movement (Rowman and Littlefield International, 2014). From 2015-2017, Ansems de Vries led the collaborative research project Documenting the Humanitarian Migration Crisis in the Mediterranean, which examined the effects of migration management practices on people seeking protection. The project’s key findings were published as a series of openDemocracy articles. Ansems de Vries is currently working on an academic/policy research project on legal pathways to protection in Europe and the academic/artistic project Migrant Agency and the Moving Image.
 
This talk is programmed as part of the Jerwood/FVU Awards 2018: Unintended Consequences exhibition, featuring new moving-image commissions by Maeve Brennan and Imran Perretta, 6 April – 3 June.
This event is free to attend. Booking is required via Eventbrite.
 
www.jerwoodvisualarts.org/events/dr-leonie-ansems-de-vries-we-are-in-between-narrating-migrant-struggles-in-calais-and-dunkirk/
JERWOOD SPACE

 
 
WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 2018
 

London

MAEVE BRENNAN IN CONVERSATION WITH PETER TAYLOR
Click to enlarge Artist Talk May 2, 2018 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Maeve Brennan discusses Listening in the Dark, commissioned as part of Jerwood/FVU Awards 2018: Unintended Consequences, with Peter Taylor.
 
The School House, Jerwood Space’s onsite café and restaurant, and the Jerwood/FVU Awards 2018: Unintended Consequences exhibition, will both be open before the event (5-7pm). This is an opportunity to see Maeve Brennan and Imran Perretta’s new moving-image works and to use the café facilities before the event starts at 7pm.
 
Peter Taylor is the Director of Berwick Film & Media Arts Festival. Previously based in Rotterdam, he was a programmer at International Film Festival Rotterdam between 2006-2016, and curated over 300 film programmes and performances at WORM, the city’s self-styled Institute for Avant Garde-istic Recreation. Additional recent activities include: a research-based residency at AIR Berlin Alexanderplatz, a guest programme for the inaugural PLASTIK, Ireland’s festival of artists’ moving image (2015); and Opacities, a series of screenings and discursive workshops curated with Kathryn Elkin for Collective, Edinburgh (2016). In October 2017 he presented The Elastic Now a film programme curated with Philip Widmann and Ulrich Ziemons at Arsenal – Institut für Film und Videokunst, Berlin.
This event is free to attend. Booking is required via Eventbrite.
 
www.jerwoodvisualarts.org/events/maeve-brennan-in-conversation-with-peter-taylor/
JERWOOD SPACE

 
 
WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 2018
 

London

ART MACABRE: SOLITARY PLEASURES SKETCHING SALON
May 9, 2018 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Explore and draw the theme of masturbation, eroticism, desire and fantasy after hours within the Freud Museum. Nude figures will pose throughout the museum's domestic settings, celebrating and challenging our perceptions of the theme of self-pleasure, diverse sexualities and sexual health. Art Macabre invites you to examine, through your illustrations and mark making, our complex sexual, erotic and intimate encounters with ourselves. Capture unique snapshots of intimate moments as our model tableaux give playful private moments a public platform to be observed and sketched.
 
There will be the opportunity to also enjoy the Solitary Pleasures exhibition featuring work by artists Shannon Bell, VALIE EXPORT, Chantal Faust, Antony Gormley, Jordan McKenzie, Annie Sprinkle and Beth Stephens, Emma Talbot, and Michelle Williams Gamaker.
 
This life drawing salon is suitable for all levels of experience..
 
All paper and drawing materials included.
Please note: this event is for adults over 18.
Tickets £20
 
Advance booking essential
www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/art-macabre-solitary-pleasures-sketching-salon-tickets-43828609551
Freud Museum London

ERIKA BALSOM: TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES
Click to enlarge Talk May 9, 2018 7:00pm - 8:30pm
At least since Okwui Enwezor’s Documenta 11 in 2002, documentary practices have been a prominent feature of contemporary art. But what idea of documentary has emerged from this context? This talk will propose that the denigration of surface appearances—a phobia of the descriptive capacities of “mere” recording—is a key characteristic of the documentary turn in contemporary art. This line of argumentation proposes that the best access to reality occurs through artifice and casts observational documentary as a bad object that naively indulges in illusory transparency and uncreative copying. It will situate these arguments within a longer history of attacks on the mechanical reproduction of phenomenal reality in the intersecting histories of art and film, and, through a discussion of recent artists’ practices that assert the primacy of lens-based capture, will question the continuing viability of these arguments today, in our era of “alternative facts.”
 
Erika Balsom is a senior lecturer in Film Studies at King’s College London, focusing on the history of the moving image in art and experimental documentary practices. Her most recent book, After Uniqueness: A History of Film and Video Art in Circulation, was published by Columbia University Press in 2017. She is author of Exhibiting Cinema in Contemporary Art (2013), the co-editor of Documentary Across Disciplines (2016), and a frequent contributor to Artforum and Sight and Sound. Her work has appeared in publications such as Grey Room, e-flux, Cinema Journal, and numerous exhibition catalogues. In summer 2017, she was international film curator in residence at the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery/Len Lye Centre in New Zealand, and in 2018 her essay ‘Instant Failure: Polaroid’s Polavision, 1977–80’ was the winner of the Katherine Singer Kovacs Essay Award from the Society for Cinema and Media Studies.
 
This talk is programmed as part of the Jerwood/FVU Awards 2018: Unintended Consequences exhibition, featuring new moving-image commissions by Maeve Brennan and Imran Perretta, 6 April – 3 June.
This event is free to attend. Booking is required via Eventbrite.
 
www.jerwoodvisualarts.org/events/erika-balsom-truth-or-consequences-documentary-and-doubt-in-contemporary-art/
JERWOOD SPACE

England

GILBERT & GEORGE IN CONVERSATION WITH MICHAEL BRACEWELL
Click to enlarge Artist Talk May 09, 2018 6:45pm
Join us in the Royal Pavilion Music Room for a conversation between Gilbert & George and their friend, writer Michael Bracewell author of What Is Gilbert & George? (2017). Gilbert & George discuss their practice, which spans more than 50 years since they first met at Saint Martin’s School of Art in 1967.
Doors open 6.45pm, talk 7.15pm, drinks 8.15-9pm, £20, concessions & members £17.50, book in advance (includes admission to the ARTIST ROOMS Gilbert & George exhibition, Brighton Museum 5-7pm and a drink in the Banqueting Room).
See website for tickets: www.brightonmuseums.org.uk
Brighton Museum & Art Gallery

 
 
THURSDAY, MAY 10, 2018
 

London

FREUD'S FABRICS: CURATOR'S TOUR OF THE FREUD MUSEUM'S TEXTILES
Tour May 10, 2018 6:30pm - 8:00pm
London Craft Week (9-13 May 2018) is an annual event that showcases exceptional craftsmanship through a journey-of-discovery programme featuring hidden workshops and unknown makers alongside celebrated masters, famous studios, galleries, shops and luxury brands.
 
As part of this year's London Craft Week, Freud Museum curator, Bryony Davies will be taking an exclusive tour of the significant textile pieces of the collection, including Freud's coat, Anna Freud's weaving loom, and the famous Freudian psychoanalytic couch and the q'ashqai rug that rests upon it. The evening will also include an introduction to the Freud Museum by director, Carol Seigel.
 
The Freud Museum's participation offers an interesting and unique contribution to the London Craft Week agenda, delving into this one-of-a-kind collection, and the life and work of Sigmund Freud, founder of the psychoanalysis, and his daugher Anna Freud, a pioneer in child psychoanalysis - both former residents of 20 Maresfield Gardens.
 
A glass of wine will be available for all attendees upon arrival.
BOOKING:
 
Full Price £10
Friend of the Museum £8
Student with valid ID £8
 
Advanced booking required.
www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/freuds-fabrics-curators-tour-of-the-freud-museums-textiles-tickets-43886479642
Freud Museum London

IMRAN PERRETTA IN CONVERSATION WITH AYESHA HAMEED
Click to enlarge Artist Talk May 10, 2018 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Imran Perretta discusses 15 days, commissioned as part of Jerwood/FVU Awards 2018: Unintended Consequences, with Ayesha Hameed.
 
The School House, Jerwood Space’s onsite café and restaurant, and the Jerwood/FVU Awards 2018: Unintended Consequences exhibition, will both be open before the event (5-7pm). This is an opportunity to see Maeve Brennan and Imran Perretta’s new moving-image works and to use the café facilities before the event starts at 7pm.
 
Ayesha Hameed’s moving-image, performance and written work explore contemporary borders and migration, and visual cultures of the Black Atlantic. Her projects Black Atlantis and A Rough History (of the destruction of fingerprints) have been performed and exhibited internationally. She is the co-editor of Futures and Fictions (Repeater 2017), which was nominated for a 2018 International Center of Photography’s Infinity Award in the Critical Writing and Research category. She is currently the Programme Leader for the MA in Contemporary Art Theory in the Department of Visual Cultures at Goldsmiths University of London.
This event is free to attend. Booking is required via Eventbrite.
 
www.jerwoodvisualarts.org/events/imran-perretta-in-conversation-with-ayesha-hameed/
JERWOOD SPACE

England

OK FUTURE - LUCY SUGGATE & CONNOR S
Click to enlarge Performance May 10, 2018 7:00pm - 8:30pm
Guided by a cyborg voice, OK Future asks us to imagine a future performance space. Part installation art, a social choreography, a movement class, a and mindfulness guide, the audience is invited to watch and simultaneously make the work.
 
A fully immersive public movement, a social choreography, a potential future performing space, OK Future attempts to simultaneously ask a series of questions. Can we create a performance space that fulfils everybody's needs? Would society be better if we danced everyday? Is the next revolution a perceptual one? Through a series of invited actions and reflective questions the audience will begin to unlock and expand their own performance and societal behaviours.
 
Performances at 7pm and 8:30pm.
To book: www.thebluecoat.org.uk/events/view/events/3834
£4/£3
BLUECOAT

FUTURE DANCER: LUCY SUGGATE WORKSHO
Click to enlarge Workshop May 10, 2018 5:00pm - 6:30pm
Future Dancer is part of a research project inspired by Isadora Duncan's 1903 manifesto, The Dance of the Future. As prelude to her OK Future performances, Lucy Suggate invites dancers and non-dancers to join her research into the notion of a future dance and future body. The session involves discussion and movement and is open to all ages and abilities.
 
Attendance includes a free ticket for OK Future.
To book: www.thebluecoat.org.uk/events/view/events/3835
Free
BLUECOAT

 
 
SATURDAY, MAY 26, 2018
 

London

FREUD/LYNCH: BEHIND THE CURTAIN
Lecture May 26 - 27, 2018 9:00am - 5:00pm
A 2-day conference exploring the cinema of David Lynch through a psychoanalytic lens.
 
The films of David Lynch are sometimes said to be unintelligible. They confront us with strange dreamscapes populated with bizarre characters, obscure symbols and an infuriating lack of narrative consistency. Yet despite their opacity, they hold us transfixed.
 
Lynch, who once told an interviewer “I love dream logic,” would surely agree with Sigmund Freud’s famous claim that “before the problem of the creative artist, psychoanalysis must lay down its arms.” But what else do the two agree on?
 
Freud/Lynch: Behind the Curtain takes as its point of departure that Lynch’s work is not so much unintelligible as ‘uncanny,’ revealing what Todd McGowan has termed “the bizarre nature of normality” – and the everydayness of what we take to be strange.
 
This conference invites psychoanalysts, scholars and cinephiles to reflect on these Lynchian enigmas. What do we mean by ‘Lynchian’? Beyond the apparent incoherence of his films, are there hidden logics at play? Are Lynch and Freud in alignment? And what light can psychoanalysis shed on the Lynchian uncanny?
 
LOCATION:
Rio Cinema
107 Kingsland High Street
London
E8 2PB
BOOKING:
Early bird tickets until 2 April £55 – £85
Advance booking required
www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/freudlynch-behind-the-curtain-tickets-43714320710
 
A limited number of bursary places are available for those under financial hardship at £20/day.
Apply for a bursary place
docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdv4RfxSmclhEDVn8XjFrQFCWj4h-Rl0j2O7sL88jm80L8Qeg/viewform
Freud Museum London

 
 
SUNDAY, MAY 27, 2018
 

London

DRAWING WORKSHOP FOR THE BEREAVED: A 'BREATHE' EXHIBITION EVENT
Workshop May 27, 2018 9:30am - 12:30pm
In collaboration with Grief Encounter, this workshop has been specifically devised for the adult bereaved. Led by Grief Encounter, Fay Ballard and Judy Goldhill will introduce their work, and then participants will be encouraged to draw a personal belonging which they have brought along with them.
 
All materials will be provided. Participants are requested to bring a personal object with them.
 
The workshop will be for 12 adults, so early booking is advised.
 
This workshop is part of a series of events coinciding with Breathe, an exhibition by Fay Ballard and Judy Goldhill on display at the Freud Museum London 16 May - 18 July 2018
Adult: £20
Friends of the Museum: £15
Student/concessions: £15
 
Advance booking essential.
www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/drawing-workshop-for-the-bereaved-tickets-44254778233
Freud Museum London

 
 
TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 2018
 

London

'TWO ARTISTS AND TRAUMATIC LOSS', WITH CAROLINE GARLAND
Talk Jun 5, 2018 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Breathe - Talks Series: On Loss and Creativity
 
The works in the Breathe exhibition are by two women, each of whom lost a parent - a crucial figure - at a very early age. Those losses, and their sequelae, form the focus of the works we have together chosen to exhibit. It is an appropriate choice for the Freud Museum, since intimate relationships, and the exigencies of their loss are central to Freud’s work, and to the subsequent development of psychoanalysis. In this talk, Caroline Garland will explore how the work shown in the exhibition and the topic of traumatic loss can be understood from a psychoanalytic point of view; how the psychological capacity involved in making art is connected with loss and the mourning of that loss.
 
Caroline Garland is a Fellow of the British Psychoanalytical Society, and founder of the Unit for the Study of Trauma and Its Aftermath in the Adult Department of the Tavistock Clinic. Caroline also initiated and curated the Tavistock’s own art collection. She is herself an award-winning and published poet (aka Beatrice Garland). In 2001, she won the National Poetry Prize. She took part in ‘Loss and Recovery: Conversation between Poets and Psychotherapists’, a symposium at the Freud Museum held in 2013. Caroline has published and broadcast widely, including being one of the lead clinicians in the ground-breaking BBC television series on the Tavistock Clinic, ‘Talking Cure’.
 
The series will be chaired by Jon Stokes, Clinical Psychologist and Psychotherapist, Senior Fellow Oxford University; former Chair, Adult Department Tavistock Clinic.
Full price: £10
Friends of the Freud Museum: £7
Students/concessions: £7
 
Advance booking highly recommended.
www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/two-artists-and-traumatic-loss-caroline-garland-tickets-43831746935
Freud Museum London

 
 
SUNDAY, JUNE 10, 2018
 

London

DRAWING WORKSHOP FOR THE BEREAVED: CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE
Jun 10, 2018 9:30am - 12:30pm
A 'Breathe' Exhibition Event
In collaboration with Grief Encounter, this workshop has been specifically devised for bereaved children & young people. Led by child grief specialist Shelley Gilbert, artists Fay Ballard and Judy Goldhill will introduce their work, and then participants will be encouraged to draw a personal belonging which they have brought along with them.
 
The workshop will be for 12 children, with an accompanying adult who is also encouraged to participate.
 
All materials will be provided. Participants are requested to bring a personal object with them.
 
This workshop is part of a series of events which coincide with Breathe, an exhibition by Fay Ballard and Judy Goldhill on display at the Freud Museum London 16 May - 18 July 2018
Adult full price: £20
Adult Friends of the Museum and concessions: £15
 
Advance booking essential.
www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/drawing-workshop-for-the-bereaved-children-young-people-tickets-44262486288?aff=es2
Freud Museum London

England

STILL LOOKING: MINDFULNESS AND ART
Click to enlarge Jun 10, 2018 11:00am - 1:00pm
A new way to take a bit of time out for yourself and enjoy experiencing art mindfully. Learn how to use mindfulness practices to move from being a passive observer to more active engagement with artworks in the galleries and the open air – and if that’s not enough of a treat it’s all rounded off with tasty refreshments and time to share your experiences (or keep them to yourself if you prefer!). Still Looking is developed and delivered in partnership with Sally Edwards, Kindmind.
 
Quotes from participants:
‘An extraordinary experience that should be offered to all!’
‘Such a positive experience, becoming calmer and more mindful I was ready to look and see sculpture in a more meaningful way.’
 
– Suitable for 18+
– No previous experience necessary
– Free parking and refreshments included
– Weather permitting, we will spend time being still outdoors so please dress appropriately
– Most sessions are fully accessible, but please contact is to discuss your mobility needs
– Cancellations are subject to fees – see here for more details
– Meet at the YSP Café which is a 10-minute walk from the YSP Centre – nearest car park is off Park Lane in West Bretton
Please book online at ysp.org.uk/events/still-looking-mindfulness-and-art
Tickets cost £20.
YORKSHIRE SCULPTURE PARK

 
 
TUESDAY, JUNE 12, 2018
 

London

'I SAW THE SPRING RETURN: ON WORDSWORTH AND LOSS'
Talk Jun 12, 2018 7:00pm - 9:00pm
With Ronald Britton
 
Breathe - Talks Series: On Loss and Creativity
 
This is the second in the series of talks 'On Loss and Creativity', which coincide with the exhibition Breathe by artists Fay Ballard and Judy Goldhill.
 
Ronald Britton's work is characterised by his preoccupation with truth; with what is real, and how we know this. His answer follows Keats, ‘nothing ever becomes real till it is experienced’ and his contributions follow from this. In his book ‘Belief and Imagination’ he examines the relationship between psychic reality and fictional writing, and the ways in which belief, imagination and reality are explored in the works of Wordsworth, Rilke, Milton and Blake. He explores questions such as the status of phantasies in an individual’s mind - are they facts or possibilities? How the notions of objectivity and subjectivity are interrelated and have their origins in the Oedipal triangle. How phantasies which are held to be products of the imagination, can be accounted for in psychoanalytic terms.
 
Ronald Britton is a training and supervising analyst with the British Psychoanalytical Society. He first trained as a doctor, and as a child psychiatrist was Chair of the Department of Children and Parents at the Tavistock Clinic, where he was involved in treatment of deprived children and their parents. This experience was influential to his psychoanalytic thinking where he maintains the importance of ‘childhood’ as a formative experience. His theoretical background is that of Freud, Klein and post-Kleinians. Additionally, he brings his own wide interests, including philosophy, theology, science, and particularly, his passion for poetry, which he uses as a basis for psychological understanding. Arguably, it is from the last that his most original contribution was inspired, namely his psychoanalytic understanding of the source of inspiration: the imagination.
 
The series will be chaired by Jon Stokes, Clinical Psychologist and Psychotherapist, Senior Fellow Oxford University; former Chair, Adult Department Tavistock Clinic.
Full price: £10
Friends of the Museum: £7
Students/Concessions: £7
 
Advance booking highly recommended
www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/i-saw-the-spring-return-on-wordsworth-and-loss-ron-britten-tickets-43846300465
Freud Museum London

 
 
THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 2018
 

England

WORKSHOP WITH SERENA KORDA
Click to enlarge Workshop Jun 21, 2018 11:00am - 4:00pm
This season, Bluecoat is incredibly excited to welcome performance, sound and sculpture artist Serena Korda, who will be discussing her new public art work at Speke Hall which has been commissioned by the National Trust, with our support, as part of their Trust New Art Programme.
 
In this workshop using slip casting (a method for creating objects from hollow plaster moulds) Korda introduces some of her ceramics techniques. Sharing and discussing processes involved in the research and making of the artist’s new commission, participants will have the chance to make a work to take away.
 
To learn more about the artist visit serenakorda.com
To book: www.thebluecoat.org.uk/events/view/events/3848
Tickets £8/£10
BLUECOAT

 
 
FRIDAY, JUNE 22, 2018
 

England

ARTIST'S TALK: SERENA KORDA
Click to enlarge Artist Talk Jun 22, 2018 6:30pm - 8:00pm
This season, Bluecoat is incredibly excited to welcome performance, sound and sculpture artist Serena Korda, who will be discussing her new public art work at Speke Hall which has been commissioned by the National Trust, with our support, as part of their Trust New Art Programme.
 
Serena Korda will be joining us at Bluecoat to talk about her work and the new commission at Speke Hall, as well as her recent, highly acclaimed exhibitions at BALTIC and The Hepworth, Wakefield.
 
To learn more about the artist visit serenakorda.com
To book: www.thebluecoat.org.uk/events/view/events/3843
Tickets £3/£4
BLUECOAT

 
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