A webinar which delves into Southampton's longstanding and fruitful relationship with the National Gallery through conversations with panellists including former curators of Southampton’s art collection: Tim Craven, Liz Goodall, Gill Hedley and John Hoole.
Jemma Craig and Susanna Avery-Quash, curators of Southampton’s current exhibition Creating a National Collection, will ask the panellists to share their experiences and memories of how they helped to shape and grow the City's art collection, reputation, and reach, including through important collaborative ventures with the National Gallery over acquisitions, loans and educational projects.
It is a chance to reflect on and celebrate the wonderful and unique story of an abiding and fruitful friendship between Southampton City Art Gallery and the National Gallery and how this has shaped the city's collection of fine art.
This talk will last approximately an hour. Clear instructions and details for how to log in will be emailed on purchase immediately. If this email does not arrive please check your junk mail folder. Tickets are required for each device being used to access the event, although we are very happy for the whole family to participate on each device. Tickets are non-refundable, unless the event is cancelled by the organiser. A recording of this event will be made available after the event.
Image courtesy of Charlie Hackett, artist & lecturer, Grays School of Art, Scotland
|29 Jun 2021 - 19:00||1 hours||Standard - Min: £4.40 Max: £8.50||Book Tickets|