CHAT 11: Art, Stones and Motherhood

CHAT 11: Art, Stones and Motherhood

8th Dec 2022 19:00 - 21:00

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2022-12-08 19:00:00 2022-12-08 21:00:00 Europe/London CHAT 11: Art, Stones and Motherhood Hettie Judah is chief art critic on the British daily paper The i, and a columnist for Apollo magazine. She is a regular contributor to Frieze, The Guardian, Art Quarterly, Art Monthly, ArtReview and other publications with 'art' in the title. Recent books include How Not to Exclude Artist Mothers (and other parents) (Lund Humphries, 2022) and Lapidarium (John Murray/ Penguin, 2022). She is currently working on a Hayward Gallery touring exhibition.  Gemma Brace is Exhibitions Producer at the Arnolfini, Bristol, and a freelance writer and curator, focusing on international contemporary and Modern British art.  Hettie Judah will talk to Gemma Brace about her two (very different) books published this Autumn.  One explores how human cultures have formed stone, and stone has formed human cultures:  the other delves into the art world’s problem with mothers.After the talk, Hettie will be doing a book signing of both her new books. https://tickets.cedarshallwells.co.uk/events/40675/chat-11-art-stones-and-motherhood 15 The Liberty, Somerset, Wells, BA5 2ST

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Hettie Judah is chief art critic on the British daily paper The i, and a columnist for Apollo magazine. She is a regular contributor to Frieze, The Guardian, Art Quarterly, Art Monthly, ArtReview and other publications with 'art' in the title. Recent books include How Not to Exclude Artist Mothers (and other parents) (Lund Humphries, 2022) and Lapidarium (John Murray/ Penguin, 2022). She is currently working on a Hayward Gallery touring exhibition.  Gemma Brace is Exhibitions Producer at the Arnolfini, Bristol, and a freelance writer and curator, focusing on international contemporary and Modern British art.  

Hettie Judah will talk to Gemma Brace about her two (very different) books published this Autumn.  One explores how human cultures have formed stone, and stone has formed human cultures:  the other delves into the art world’s problem with mothers.

After the talk, Hettie will be doing a book signing of both her new books.