Forming part of our Protest season, this afternoon of debate will include contributions from internationally acclaimed artists Peter Kennard and Noel Douglas.
Peter Kennard (work pictured) is a British artist that uses photomontage artwork, photography, installations, and exhibitions as a political weapon. He is best known for the images he created for the anti-Vietnam War movement and the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament (CND) in the 1970s-80s. He has his work displayed as part of Tate Britain's permanent collection.
Noel Douglas is an artist and designer who works across a range of media. He uses the aesthetics and politics and creative use of graphics and art in social movements.
There will also be contribution from activists involved in the Greenham Common Peace Camp and the third battle of Newbury.
Part of our Protest (#newburyprotest) season of work. Protest is a month of exhibitions, talks, performances and debates exploring how protest inspires art, and how creativity inspires protest.
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