London Sculpture Conference

On September 2015 we organised the London Conference to celebrate the National Sculpture Symposium and the launch of the Symposium publication. The conference was a great opportunity to meet and hear the artists talk about their projects and to discuss the role of sculpture in the countryside.

Firstly there were two panel discussions with artists presenting their work, the one produced in the Symposium, the previous one and what happened that event in 2014.

After that we were delighted to have the presence of panelists Diane Maclean FRBS (Sculptor) George Marsh (Director/curator of William Benington Gallery). Oliver Hawkins (Director of Marshall Murray Gallery/curator at Riverhill).Chaired by Professor Brian Falconbridge PPRBS (sculptor) discussing about 'Out in the open’ – Sculpture and the Country House: Meaningful Object or Ornament? 

 

Photos by Sinead Kempley. http://www.sineadkempley.com/

After that we were delighted to have the presence of panelists Diane Maclean FRBS (Sculptor) George Marsh (Director/curator of William Benington Gallery). Oliver Hawkins (Director of Marshall Murray Gallery/curator at Riverhill).Chaired by Professor Brian Falconbridge PPRBS (sculptor) discussing about 'Out in the open’ – Sculpture and the Country House: Meaningful Object or Ornament? 

 

Photos by Sinead Kempley. http://www.sineadkempley.com/