Paint Club at Tate Britain Friday 7th March 'There's a Ghost in my House'
Paint Club and Tate present:There's a Ghost in my House' 1 pm Friday 7th March Clore Auditorium Tate Britain
Is part of Contemporary Painting's function to enact a séance with painters of the past, with Painting’s history and with collective memory? Join us for the first of two Paint Club events at Tate Britain. Three artists discuss their relationship with particular paintings on display at Tate Britain, during an interactive lunch time event. Audience members will be invited to view the chosen works - and submit questions and ideas for the panel discussion - in advance. Chaired by Dr Jo Melvin, March’s guest panellists are Andrew Cranston, Dougal McKenzie and Ann-Marie James.
Click to see the panelists' choices from Tate Britain's new displays:
Andrew Cranston selects Sickert
Dougal McKenzie chooses Kitaj
Ann-Marie James discusses John Martin
click here to read about the panellists' own work, and their introduction to these artists
Click here to book a place
Free to University of the Arts London students; a mere fiver to those not lucky enough to be a student here
We want you to take part in the conversation
Submit a question for discussion at the event:
This is the first of two Paint Club events at Tate Britain this Spring
The second event, on April 25th 2014, will feature artist Clare Woods and writer Barry Schwabsky.
Details will be posted out shortly