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Still Life: Things Devouring Time - Symposium
24 Jan 2019 1pm - 4pm
A symposium accompanying the exhibition ‘Still Life: Things Devouring Time’.
The artworks in Still Life: Things Devouring Time draw attention to urgent contemporary concerns, relating to consumption and sustainability. By raising awareness and provoking thought they seek to critically intervene in these issues.
Join arts and sustainability scholars for a symposium exploring themes of the exhibition, particularly consumer culture and sustainability. Papers will be presented by speakers including the exhibition’s co-curator, Dr Dawn Woolley (Leeds Arts University) and fellow artist and researcher, Sharon Hopper (Leeds Arts University).
At the end of the afternoon the speakers will be joined in a roundtable discussion by the Gallery’s Curator Dr Katie JT Herrington and artist Caroline McCarthy, whose work features in the exhibition. The participants will tease out the key ideas and issues raised by the exhibition further.
Please check times with event organiser for any last minute changes.
Free / Booking required
Wheelchair access to the galleries is through the Chemistry Building to the right of the Parkinson Building steps. The entrance is marked “Chemistry” and has ramp access.
The accessible wheelchair entrance opens automatically between 9am and 5pm Monday to Friday. On Saturdays, visitors can press the buzzer above the card reader and speak to a member of staff who can open the door remotely.
It is approximately 70 metres from the wheelchair accessible entrance to the Treasures of the Brotherton Gallery and approximately 105 metres to The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery.
Assistance dogs are welcome and there are hearing aid induction loops in the galleries.
Large print exhibition guides are available.
- Family friendly
- Wheelchair access
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