Journée d’étude : « Thought Positions in Sculpture »

2785_10Thought Positions in Sculpture (Huddersfield, 12 Nov 15) University of Huddersfield, November 12, 2015 Heritage Quay, University of Huddersfield Queensgate Huddersfield HD1 3DH In conjunction with Thought Positions in Sculpture (Huddersfield Art Gallery) this one-day symposium brings together artists from the show with speakers from the Henry Moore Institute, Tate Britain and ROTOR, to explore different readings of the exhibition, with a specific focus on the intersections between archives, access and practitioner responses. PROGRAMME

10.30 Coffee/ Tea

10.45-11.00 Dr Rowan Bailey, University of Huddersfield Introduction: What Might Constitute a Thought Position in Creative Practice?

11.00-11.30 Sheila Gaffney, Leeds College of Art Reflections on the Good, the Bad and the Ugly

11.30-12.00 Hester Reeve, Sheffield Hallam University Sculptural Substance

12.00-12.30 Dr Juliet MacDonald, University of Huddersfield Displaying the Head of Victory

12.30-1.00 Dr Jill Townsley, University of Huddersfield Stones

1.00-1.15 Roundtable discussion/ Q & A

1.15-2.15 Lunch

2:15-2.30 Lisa le Feuvre, Henry Moore Institute and Dr Alison Rowley, Centre for Sculptural Thinking, University of Huddersfield

2.30-3.00 Professor Steve Swindells, University of Huddersfield ROTOR and Public Engagement Gerry Turvey, Dance Artist Dance: Engagement and Interpretation

3.00-3.30 Allison Foster, Archive Curator at the Tate Transforming Tate Britain: Archives and Access

3.30-4.00 Dr Janette Martin, Archivist at Henry Moore Institute Archives and Creative Practice: Case Studies from the Henry Moore Institute Archive

4.00-4.15 Roundtable discussion/ Q & A

4.15-5.30 Coffee/ Tea and closing remarks/ Q & A

6-8pm Reception at Thought Positions in Sculpture, Huddersfield Art Gallery

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