CHRIS FREMANTLE

Language of Sculpture

Posted in CF Writing, CV, Research, Sited work by chrisfremantle on January 29, 2010

Invited panellist, Language of Sculpture, International Sculpture Center Conference, London, April 9 2010.

Antony Gormley, Lucy Orta, and Peter Noever will headline the International Sculpture Center’s 22nd International Sculpture Conference, “What is Sculpture in the 21st Century?”, being held in London, UK, April 7-9.

This monumental event will explore topics including: The Languages of Sculpture; Public Perception and Investment; and The State of Education. In addition to the keynote speakers, conference highlights include an international roster of presenters, opening reception at Tate Modern, free admission to Henry Moore Exhibition at Tate Britain, daily ArtSlam sessions for attendees to show their work, workshop demonstrations at Chelsea College of Art & Design, and a gallery hop, as well as pre and post event optional activities.

Registration Deadline: March 16, 2010. Find more information and register online @ http://www.sculpture.org. Questions? Contact events@sculpture.org or USA 609.689-1051 x302.

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  1. Gair said, on March 2, 2010 at 10:01 am

    Hi Chris- wanted to ask you if there’s a catalogue available for the ‘radical nature’ show…

    can’t make it down with the rest of the djcad party as I have an 18month old daughter to look after that day!

    Also would like to chat with you about a film project about Dounreay…

    couldn’t find any other ‘contact’ metho… apologies for breaking in on the theme.
    regards from G


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