A descriptive tour and practical workshop as part of the current exhibition The Green Man by Lucy Skaer.
An exploration and reanimation of the desire to collect, for this exhibition Skaer has selected items from the collections of the University of Edinburgh and invited fellow artists to inhabit the galleries alongside her.
Throughout her practice, Skaer mines and manipulates pre-existing imagery—from art, history, and from her own oeuvre and personal history—transforming and destabilizing relationships between materials and meanings.
Participants will be taken on a guided tour of the exhibition led by Juliana Capes before a chance to discuss and respond to the themes in a workshop after lunch.
10.00 am – Meet at the Gallery.
10.30 am – Descriptive tour of the exhibition
12.00 pm – Lunch – this will be provided by the Gallery.
1.00 pm – Workshop
3.00 pm – End of day
Hearing Loop: Portable loop equipment will be available.
Meeting Point: Drop off and meeting point is at Talbot Rice Gallery entrance on West College Street. Please let the gallery know if you would like a member of staff to meet you there or if there is any other specific support you require.
The day is free to attend and lunch will be provided. Please let the gallery know if you have any dietary requirements.
Booking is essential. To book a place please call Claire on 0131 651 4546 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Booking for this event will close on Friday 21 September.
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