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Taking it to the Streets: The Role of Public Art Post-Covid 

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Join us on Friday 17 September, 4.00-5.00pm, Kensington In Spring 2020, as the COVID-19 pandemic closed UK museums, galleries and arts institutions, curator Hans-Ulrich Obrist called for radical government relief to support the nation’s…

What is this Pop?

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This is your chance to join Emeritus Professor of Cultural Studies, Alex Seago next Tuesday, 23 March, 5.00-6.00pm to discuss, What is this Pop? Considering Pop Art in Cross Cultural Context. The generic art historical term ‘Pop Art’…
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Volume 0: Curating a Contemporary Indigenous Art Exhibition for the Venice Biennale 2019 – 8 April 2020

Dr. Max Carroci, Associate Professor, Richmond University and Chelsea School of Art Asa Briggs Café, 6pm, 8 April
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Public Art Projects In Sight In View – 31 March 2020

Dr. David Dibosa, Curator and Leader of the MA in Museums and Curating, Chelsea College of Art Asa Briggs 212, 4:30pm, 31 March
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Artists and Artist Educators – 27 March 2020

Dr. Judith Brocklehurst 17YS, Sem 3, 1:30pm, 27 March
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Curating Ethnographic and Contemporary African Art at the British Museum – 25 February 2020

Dr. Chris Spring, Former Curator of African Galleries at the British Museum Briggs 212, 4:30pm, 25 February

History of falconry in Anglo-Saxon England revealed by Richmond Professor in The Times

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Dr Robert J Wallis, Professor of Visual Culture at Richmond, has been featured this week in an article published by The Times, explaining how falconry was practised in Anglo-Saxon England hundreds of years earlier than previously thought. The…

Dr. Robert J. Wallis delivers lecture at Suffolk Institute for Archaeology and History, 11 January 2020

‘As the Falcon her Bells’ at Sutton Hoo? Falconry in Early Anglo-Saxon England. This lecture re-examines the earliest evidence for falconry in England and proposes that falconry may have been introduced from Scandinavia to the region of…

New report by Richmond Professor examines challenges faced by US media

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Dr Nicola Mann, Professor of Communications and Visual Cultures at Richmond, recently had an influential report published for the American Studies Program of the Salzburg Global Seminar. The Changing Role of the Media in American Life and…