Tuesday, April 8, 2008
For University of The Arts London Students
THE ARTS DEBATES - IS PUBLIC ART A WASTE OF SPACE?
Wednesday 7 May, 6.30 to 7.30pm
National Gallery, Sainsbury Theatre, Trafalgar Square, WC2B 5DN
University of the Arts London invites you to the last in a series of free, lively public debates exploring contemporary cultural issues.
Sir John Tusa, Chairman of University of the Arts London, will chair a panel including broadcaster Joan Bakewell, Director of the National Portrait Gallery Sandy Nairne, artist Mark Titchner and independent curator and writer Giles Waterfield, as they debate whether public art enriches our lives or wastes taxpayers' money.
Book your free place now at www.arts.ac.uk/events/arts-debates-booking-form.php
Read more at www.arts.ac.uk/events/40988.htm
The Arts Debates are inspired and supported by the Rootstein Hopkins Foundation.
Listen to audio podcasts or watch a live recording of the previous events at: