Art Talks; University of Lincoln and The Collection

27 Jan 2016

Art Talks; is a series of free talks from visiting artist, curators and academics around contemporary and modern art. This is a joint programme from the University of Lincoln and The Collection and Usher Gallery TALKS START AT 3PM, FREE ENTRY, ALL WELCOME

27 January - Tracey McKenna and Edwin Jansen

Artists and curators McKenna and Jansen have collaborated since 1997 in a multidisciplinary art practice. Their works can act as 'conversation pieces', stimulating discussion about a wide subject matter, including life, death, cultural identity, notions of place and visual publishing.

3 February - Lizzie Fisher 

An experienced curator, writer and editor with a specialist interest in C20th and contemporary art.

10 February - Lothar Götz

Götz’s practice ranges from site-specific wall paintings and room-sized spatial installations to paintings and drawings. He makes intensely coloured, geometric and architecturally related paintings, informed by the specific circumstances, inhabitants or histories of a place.

17 February - Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau

Matthew de Kersaint Giraudeau creates sculptures, drawings, performances and films. 

24 February - Rose Butler

Rose is an artist researcher and senior lecturer of Fine Art at Sheffield Hallam University, she works with video, photography, sound, animation and installation. She is currently developing a new piece of work in partnership with Quays Culture and The Lowry; Salford Quays which will be exhibited at The Lowry in January 2016.

2 March - Aid & Abet

Since 2011 Aid & Abet, currently led by Sarah Evans and David Kefford, has delivered a varied programme of exhibitions and events from a project space in Cambridge and a series of offsite projects across the UK. 

9 March - Sheila McGregor

Sheila McGregor is an independent curator, art historian and writer.