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The Artist’s Table – Phyllida Barlow
The Contemporary Art Society is pleased to present The Artist’s Table with Phyllida Barlow hosted by Russell Tovey This bespoke artist curated event will take place on Tuesday 17 November 2020. On a…
The Artist’s Table – Edmund de Waal
Edmund de Waal (b. 1964, Nottingham, UK) is best known for his large-scale installations of porcelain vessels, which have been exhibited in many museums around the world.
The Artist’s Table – Do Ho Suh
Unique evening hosted and curated by Do Ho Suh. Suh represented Korea at the 49th Venice Biennale in 2001, and has staged numerous recent international solo exhibitions and site-specific projects at institutional venues.
The Artist’s Table – Gillian Wearing and Michael Landy
Hosted by CAS Trustee Antje Géczy, a fully vegan meal will be created by Michelin-recommended restaurant Vanilla Black.
The Artist’s Table – Lynette Yiadom-Boakye
All funds raised from this special evening go directly towards acquiring the best contemporary art for museums across the UK
The Artist’s Table – John Stezaker
The Contemporary Art Society is pleased to present The Artist’s Table with John Stezaker and CAS Trustee Nicola Blake
The Artist’s Table – Conrad Shawcross
With live performances by Mira Calix with the Ada Project
The Artist’s Table – Antony Gormley
Hosted by Contemporary Art Society Collections Trustee Béatrice Lupton with Moro
The Artist’s Table – Haroon Mirza
Mirza combines a variety of readymade and time based material to create audio compositions, which are often realised as performances, site-specific installations and kinetic sculptures.
The Artist’s Table – Goshka Macuga
THIS EVENT HAS SOLD OUT. Many thanks to all who bought tickets. The Contemporary Art Society is pleased to present The Artist’s Table – Goshka Macuga. This bespoke artist curated event will…
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Doing the Work: Documenting Collections
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CAS Consultancy Talk: Children are Place-Makers
Presented as part of the new 2021 Cambridge Festival, Children are Place-makers is a discussion about the work of ArtScapers, a children-centric programme exploring the North West Cambridge Development through…
CAS Consultancy Talk – Commemoration and Confrontation: Memorials as Political Acts
CAS Consultancy brings together artists, historians, architects, producers and curators to discuss the political issue of memorials in contemporary public space.
Doing the Work: Interpreting Artworks
Part of ‘Doing the Work’, an online CPD workshop series for curators co-produced by the Contemporary Art Society and the Decolonising Arts Institute (University of the Arts London). Read more. Open to CAS Museum…