Seminars, Courses & Workshops

1 April 2015 / 11.00 - 12.00

Facilitated by artist, curator and educator, Professor Helen Baker, are an opportunity to explore the current exhibitions. Each conversation will begin with a short introduction to set the context for the discussion and are aimed at those who find contemporary art intriguing, baffling or confusing. Next session: 1 April

21 April 2015 / 13.00 - 17.30

This BxNU Symposium brings together artists, curators, academics and writers, to activate an enquiry into the interlocking possibilities of meaning making presented by the exhibition, Jason Rhoades Four Roads.

21 April 2015 / 19.00 - 21.00

A group of artists, writers and curators working with or at Northumbria University, will present Das Träumen within the Rhoades’ installation The Creation Myth; a work described by Ingrid Schaffner in the exhibition publication as a “model of the artist’s brain at work”.

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