The Future of Arts Broadcasting 

4. Jun - 4. Jun 14 / ended Tate Britain

£12/ £10 concessions

18:30 - 20:00

Talk | Multi-disciplinary | London

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Philip Dodd © BBC

Philip Dodd © BBC

Chaired by broadcaster, writer and curator Philip Dodd, this discussion asks:
‘What would a contemporary landmark arts programme look like now?’

Join our panel for a wide -ranging and lively discussion. What is the future of arts broadcasting? What does it mean to explore art through the prism of a landmark series? How might new technologies affect the broadcasting landscape? Is the ‘grand vision’ model of arts broadcasting obsolete?

Featuring historian and broadcaster Dr Nina Ramirez (The Art of the Vikings: Secret Knowledge), artist Susan Hiller, Kim Evans (formerly Head of Music and Arts, BBC and Executive Director, Arts at Arts Council England) and curator and historian Dr Gus Casely - Hayford (Lost Kingdoms of Africa, The Genius of British Art).

In partnership with BBC Radio 3, this event will be broadcast at 10pm on June 5th BBC Radio 3’s Free Thinking programme

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