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Symposium: Rethinking Clay

A symposium to complement A Secret History of Clay: From Gauguin to Gormley (28 May - 30 Aug)

This symposium brings together leading scholars, critics and artists to explore how contemporary artistic practice has re-defined the parameters of working with and thinking about clay.

Chaired by Emmanuel Cooper, speakers include: Richard Deacon, Edward Lucie-Smith Clare Twomey, Martina Margetts, and Edmund De Waal.


Richard Deacon | talks
Edmund de Waal | talks
Clare Twomey | talks
Martina Margetts | talks
Edward Lucie-Smith | talks


Date and Time:

5 June 2004 at 1:30 pm


Half Day



Tate Liverpool
Albert Dock
L3 4BB
+44 15 17 02 74 00

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£15, £8 concessions

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Contact the box office on 0151 702 7400

Additional Information:

Price includes entry to A Secret History of Clay: From Gauguin to Gormley
and a tour by the exhibition curator, Simon Groom

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