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Q&A WITH IAN MASSEY, BRIAN RICE AND RICHARD ROME

26 Feb 2015

Event times

16:00 - 19:00

Cost of entry

Free

Studio 3 Gallery

Canterbury, United Kingdom

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  • Taxi rank in front of Station or take the Unibus from nearby St. Dunstan's
  • Nearest train station: Canterbury West (high-speed link from St. Pancras; trains from Charing Cross).

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Artists Brian Rice and Richard Rome in Conversation with Ian Massey

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Studio 3 Gallery is delighted to announce that artists Brian Rice and Richard Rome will be in conversation with the curator, writer and expert on British art, Ian Massey on 26 February. This is a great opportunity for lovers of 1960s art to hear more about the art on display in our current exhibition Palindrome: The Sixties Art of Brian Rice and Richard Rome.

This event will be preceeded by our next installment of #EarBox, a collaboration with the Music Department. Join us from 4 PM for Glassworks. Daniel Harding, Deputy Director of Music will be playing a selection of piano music by Philip Glass. The recital programme will include two of Glass' Etudes, and sections from his soundtracks to The Truman Show and the BAFTA award-winning film, The Hours.

Tickets are free, but booking is recommended due to the limited capacity of the gallery. Please book your place here:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/palindrome-qa-with-ian-massey-brian-rice-and-richard-rome-tickets-15651255326

The itinerary for the event will be as follows:

·          16:00 - #EARBOX - Glassworks, Philip Glass performed by Daniel Harding

·          16:45 - Intermission

·          17:15 - Refreshments

·          18:00 - Brian Rice and Richard Rome in conversation with Ian Massey

·         19:15 - Close

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