Light and colour

Tuesday 6 June 6.30pm - 8pm

with Sean Borodale

We find in colour powerful presences. Through an exploration of aspects of post-Goethean colour theory, this talk will ask how a consideration of colour, darkness and light as part of an everyday artistic practice might awaken and engage ways of being with the intensities of the world.

Sean Borodale is an artist and writer. His collections of poetry include ‘Bee Journal’ and ‘Human Work’ and he is an Hon. Research Fellow in Print at the Slade School of Fine Art. He also teaches Creative Writing at Royal Holloway University in London.

All welcome. £8 full/ £5 concession.

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