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Heather Morison Artist’s Talk: Working Outside the Gallery Space

24 Apr 2018

Event times

5-7pm

Cost of entry

FREE

The Hive, Worcester

Worcester
England, United Kingdom

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As part of Meadow Arts’ most recent art commission with the Hive and the University of Worcester, Heather Peak Morison from Studio Morison, creators of The Long Afternoon of Earth, will visit the library in April for a free public talk.

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Taking a copy of Su Braden’s 1978 book, Artist’s and People, as a starting point (read often while on residency at The Hive during the past year), Heather Peak Morison from Studio Morison will talk about her experience of working outside the gallery and look back at the history of artists in communities, artists in new towns, artists in schools and artists in civic spaces. Both practical and philosophical, she will explore the conditions, the challenges and the attraction of working in the public realm. Open to the public and especially relevant to artists, curators, architects and potential commissioners, this talk and discussion will take place in The Hive and will conclude with a tour of the work, The Long Afternoon of Earth, created after spending time working with the library and the University of Worcester.

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Curators

Meadow Arts

Exhibiting artists

Heather & Ivan Morison

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