Art360: The Gift and its Legacy

19 Feb 2016

Event times

10:00am to 3:45pm

Cost of entry

General Admission
GBP 12.00
Concession Ticket
GBP 6.00
All ticket prices include 20% VAT.
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As part of the Art360 project, DACS Foundation and Goldsmiths, University of London are hosting a conference exploring the long-term impact of donations from artists, estates, galleries and collectors in supporting visual arts in the UK.


'Art360: The Gift and its Legacy' brings together experts from the visual arts sector, including representatives from museums and galleries, as well as artists, funding bodies and donors. We have invited leading arts professionals who have brokered new relationships, and the artists and collectors whose generosity continues to benefit national audiences, to take part in this conversation; and to share with us lessons learnt around legacy expectations.

The conference is the first public event of the Art360 project, a key initiative of DACS Foundation, to explore best practice around capturing, curating and disseminating knowledge about the crucial importance of safeguarding the cultural heritage of British artists.

The conference will be chaired by Richard Noble, Head of the Department of Art, Goldsmiths. Speakers include Michael Craig-Martin, artist; Mary Moore, representative of Henry Moore's Estate and co-founder of the Henry Moore Foundation; Christine Vincent, Project Director, The Aspen Institute; Sarah Martin, Head of Exhibitions, Turner Contemporary; James Green, Director, Newlyn Art Gallery; Candida Gertler, Director and Trustee, Outset Contemporary Art Fund; Gilane Tawadros, Chief Executive, DACS and Mark Waugh, Head of Research and Innovation, DACS.

Our detailed conference schedule and further speakers will be announced shortly. Please see our website for more details here: You can book tickets directly here:

Can't make the event?

You can watch a live stream of the event using the Periscope app or by visiting DACS' Twitter channel. We'll update you about the conference using the hashtag #Art360.

An audio recording will also be available afterwards on our SoundCloud channel.

Image credit: Henry Moore in his studio Perry Green c. 1953-54, with working model plasters for Upright Internal External Form (r.) and the elmwood carving in progress (l.) © The Henry Moore Foundation. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2015 /

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Michael Craig-Martin

Michael Craig-Martin

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