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YSI Curator Talk
Thursdays 1pm - 1.30pm
Leeds Art Gallery Thursday lunchtime talk series: 1.10-1.30pm
4th July: Laurence Sillars, Head of Henry Moore Institute, will give an introduction to the exhibitions displays by artists Tamar Harpaz, Rashid Johnson, Maria Loboda and Cauleen Smith.
11th July: Dr Rebecca Wade, Assistant Curator of Sculpture, LAG, will be talking on the current exhibition 'Statuemania'.
18th July: Natalie Finnemore, YSI Associate Artist, and Lizzie Simpson, Exhibitions Curator, LAG, will be in conversation discussing Natalie's new commission 'Support Structures' at John Lewis Leeds.
25th July: Join Nigel Walsh, Curator of Contemporary and Modern, LAG, for 'Observations on Damien Hirst'.
**There are no talks in August but join us in Victoria Gardens for CREATE, SCULPT & PLAY. Visit createsculptplay.co.uk for the full events and programme.
5th September: Jane Bhoyroo, YSI Producer, will be talking on the new commission 'three of four' by Ayşe Erkmen made in response to the historic architecture of the Central Gallery at Leeds Art Gallery.
12th September: Sophia Karamani, Curator of Art Now at Tate Britain, will be talking on the work of Joanna Piotrowska.
19th September: Dr Rebecca Wade, Assistant Curator of Sculpture, LAG, will be talking on the History of Leeds Art Gallery (part of the Heritage Open Day events).
26th September: Lizzie Simpson, Exhibitions Curator, LAG, will be talking on the work of artist Rachel Harrison.
Please check times with event organiser for any last minute changes.
A large proportion of the Art Gallery is fully accessible. Please contact the venue for full information 0113 245 8256.
- Wheelchair access
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