Thursday, March 9, 2017

Art Talks: “Articulate CARIBBEAN: A Series of Talks on Art” - Launching on Thursday, March 9, 2017 @ 7:00pm-9:00pm at Medulla Art Gallery — Trinidad & Tobago, West Indies

“Articulate CARIBBEAN: A Series of Talks on Art” - 1st on March 9, 2017 at Medulla Art Gallery
Art Talks: “Articulate CARIBBEAN: A Series of Talks on Art” - Launching on Thursday, March 9, 2017 @ 7:00pm-9:00pm at Medulla Art Gallery — Trinidad & Tobago, West Indies; Event Details - Where: Medulla Gallery; Location: #37 Fitt Street, Woodbrook, Port-of-Spain; RSVP: Tel: (868) 740 7597 / Email: medullaartgallery@gmail.com
Event Description: “Dr. Marsha Pearce in partnership with the British Council and Medulla Art Gallery are pleased to invite you to the Launch of 'Articulate CARIBBEAN: A Series of Talks on Art' - Date: Thursday, March 9, 2017 @ 7:00pm-9:00pm; Venue: Medulla Art Gallery; Address: 37 Fitt Street, Woodbrook, Port of Spain. For more information: Tel: 680 1041, 622 1196 Email: medullaartgallery@gmail.com ...”Read more: Medulla Art Gallery

About Articulate CARIBBEAN: “Cultural researcher and writer Dr. Marsha Pearce and the team at Medulla Art Gallery will launch Articulate CARIBBEAN, a biannual public programme of presentations and conversations aimed at creating a space for expressing and debating crucial issues in visual culture. The word 'articulate' also means to form a joint or connection. Articulate CARIBBEAN seeks to reinforce articulations of art with Caribbean societies. A big question driving this programme is: How to rethink approaches, models and concepts to envision futures for our art and society? The inaugural event will feature invited speaker Mary Bourne, a sculptor and chair of the board of Deveron Projects, Huntly Scotland. Under the title 'From the White Cube to Society: Art and Social Consequence – A 50/50 Approach,' Bourne will speak about the 50/50 philosophy and related art methodologies of the Scottish arts organisation. This presentation builds on a conversation begun by Pearce and Medulla last year ...”Read more: Medulla Art Gallery
About the Gallery: “Medulla Art Gallery has been established to carry on and develop the traditions of Aquarela Galleries. Medulla, as the name implies, will provide a core space for art education with public participation through exhibitions, forums and workshops. Geoffrey MacLean, Martin Mouttet and Isabel Brash hope to use Medulla to demonstrate art, not only as a social expression, but also as a medium for therapy and growth. Medulla seeks to produce and promote exhibitions and ancillary events of established and emerging artists.”Read more: Medulla Art Gallery
For further information: Medulla Art Gallery.

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