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The Motivation of the Artist

ResCen artists explore the impulses which instigate their work and the ways in which they have sustained this creative energy throughout their practice.


This seminar is the last in the series for the academic year 2003/04.

It introduces a theme that will be discussed further in next year's seminar series which will include a session with Dr Hanna Segal, the eminent author and psychoanalyst.


Speaker(s):

ResCen Associate Artists | talks | www

 

Date and Time:

25 May 2004 at 7:00 pm

Duration:

1 hour 30 minutes

 

Venue:

The Clore Studio, ROH
Covent Garden
London
WC2E 9DD
0207 304 4000

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Organised by:

ResCen
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Tickets:

Free

Available from:

Entrance to the seminar is free but to reserve a place contact Natalie Daniel or telephone 020 8411 6288 / 2710

Additional Information:

For over two years the ResCen artists have been meeting in closed sessions to discuss the processes that form and inform their work.

For this seminar there will be no invited guest as the intention is to allow for fuller debate with those who attend. This is in response to feedback from participants at previous seminars,so please come ready to engage in debate.

Together the ResCen artists represent decades of knowledge,skills, craft and experience and the motivation which fuels their work is a vital factor in their practice.

Our most recent seminars are available to view on the ResCen website

Details of next year's seminar series will be available in September.

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