‘Recognising Dorothy Mead’ Events
26 April – 27 July 2013
A specially curated programme of free public talks and events accompanies the exhibition, ‘Recognising Dorothy Mead: David Bomberg, the Slade, and After’ (26 April – 27 July 2013):
Thursday 16 May, 7pm: Exhibition tour by writer and art critic Philip Vann for ’Museums at Night‘. Limited spaces, booking recommended. Book a place at this event
Saturday 18 May, 2-3.30pm: ‘An Introduction to Borough Road Gallery‘ by Gallery Project Director Professor Andrew Dewdney and Curator Rachel Fleming-Mulford for ‘Adult Learners’ Week‘. No booking necessary.
Wednesday 19 June 2013, 7pm: Dorothy Mead and the Problem of Recognition for a Woman Artist. Talk by art critic Katy Deepwell. Limited spaces, booking recommended. Book a place at this event
Friday 26 July, 6-8pm: late opening for South London Art Map’s (SLAM) ‘Last Fridays’. (Please note: the gallery will not open late at the end of June, as previously advertised. We apologise for any inconvenience.)
Morley College is holding a special summer course in July 2013: ‘The Urban Landscape: Inspired by Bomberg’. Please visit Morley College’s website for full details and to enroll. This course follows on from the success of three courses held last year.