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Curator’s CPD Study Day: Conversations on Painting

Lothar Götz, Dance Diagonal, Brewers Towner Commission. Towner Eastbourne, 2019. Photo by Eva Eastman
Lothar Götz, Dance Diagonal, Brewers Towner Commission. Towner Eastbourne, 2019. Photo by Eva Eastman

31 January 2020

11.30—16.30

Camberwell College of Arts
45-65 Peckham Road
London, SE5 8UF

Sackler CPD Programme members: free
£20 for non-members. Coffee and lunch included

Painting is often discussed in terms of its formal properties and its place in the history of art. This study day however, which is held in collaboration with Camberwell College of Arts, will focus on painting as conceptual practice and is structured as a series of conversations between artists, curators and academics. They will discuss a number of issues including materiality, diversity and access, as well as the ways in which contemporary painting can disrupt and allow for a re-reading of collections.

Speakers include: Daniel Sturgis, artist and professor in painting at UAL; Rosalind Nashashibi, artist and Turner Prize nominee in 2017; Kimathi Donkor, artist and course leader BA Painting at Camberwell; Lothar Götz, artist; Pia Gottschaller, technical art historian at Courtauld Institute of Art; Joe Hill, director of Towner, Eastbourne; and others.

 

Travel Bursaries are available for Museum Members, please apply by 27 January 2020. To apply and download the Contemporary Art Society Travel Bursary Form (.docx) click here

To book a place as a Sackler CPD Programme Member and/or apply for a bursary please email rsvp@contemporaryartsociety.org

To book a place as a non-Sackler CPD Programme member please pay using the link below (please note that cancellations closer than 48 hours before the event cannot be refunded) 







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