Led by Dr Justine Hopkins - with keynote & exhibition tour by curator Dr Grace Brockington.
Dr Hopkins is a freelance lecturer in Art History. Previously, she has lectured at the Victoria and Albert Museum; Bristol, London, Oxford and Cambridge Universities; the Tate, National and National Portrait Galleries; Sotheby's, Christies' and assorted independent institutions, and is a registered lecturer for NADFAS.
Dr Grace Brockington (curator of the exhibition Gaudier-Brzeska: Disputing the Earth) is Senior Lecturer in History of Art at University of Bristol. Her research is centred on the relationship between art, politics and internationalism and is supported by several externally-awarded prizes and grants.
The programme for the day will cover:
The Golden Eagle’s Wing: early years and escaping into art
Sculptural Energy is the Mountain: 1912-13, explorations and experiments
Post-lunch Gallery Visit
Ideas Constantly Rushing: 1914, ‘late’ works and final inspirations
They Killed an Awful Lot of Sculpture: the legacy of Henri Gaudier-Brzeska
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