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25 March 2021
Mark Titchner, Please Believe These Days Will Pass II 2020. Photographer: Jack Arts
Mark Titchner, Please Believe These Days Will Pass II 2020. Photographer: Jack Arts

Sign up for our next Culture Matters: Commemoration and Confrontation on 15 April, which will feature a tabled discussion between Consultancy Art Producer, Jordan Kaplan, artist Thomas J Price, historian Alice Procter and architect Cany Ash about the politicisation of monuments and the future of commemoration in the public realm.

Children are Place-makers on 1 April is presented as part of the 2021 Cambridge Festival. This conversation will consider the role of children and young people in the creation of place, featuring discussion about the work of ArtScapers, a children-centric programme exploring the North West Cambridge Development through the lens of the arts programme curated by CAS Consultancy. Join this online discussion chaired by Dr Esther Sayers with opening remarks from Daniel Zeichner, MP for Cambridge and contributions from Paula Ayliffe, Co-Headteacher, Mayfield Primary School, Dr Penny Hay, Reader and Research Fellow, Bath Spa University and artist and filmmaker Andrew Amondson.

Tune in and share our growing library of Art & Law podcasts, chaired by lawyer Dominic Muller who examines legal and ethical issues around contemporary art with invited guests including artists Sinta Tantra, Mark Titchner and Vivien Zhang alongside gallerists, CAS thought-leaders and experts with a background in protecting artists’ rights. Art & Law is promising to become a valuable resource!