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Symposium: Art as Public Service

Symposium: Art as Public Service

Date Time Location Price
Wednesday, 27th November 2019 12:45pm - 2:00pm Cheyneygates Free, booking required

Westminster Abbey Institute brings together a panel of speakers for this lunchtime symposium on Arts as Public Service.

Speakers: Ben Quash, John Gilhooly and Marina Warner

Chair: Paul Baumann – Receiver General, Westminster Abbey

Ben Quash is Professor of Christianity and the Arts at King's College, London where he runs the MA in Christianity and the Arts in association with the National Gallery, London.

John Gilhooly has been Artistic and Executive Director of Wigmore Hall, London since 2005 and Chairman of the Royal Philharmonic Society since 2010.

Marina Warner is a writer of fiction, criticism and history; her works include novels, short stories and studies of art, myths, symbols and fairy tales.

Part of Art, Imagination and Public Service, Westminster Abbey Institute's 2019 autumn programme.


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