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Envisioning Justice: the painter and the judge

Envisioning Justice: the painter and the judge

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Westminster Abbey Institute brings public servants into conversation with visual artists, poets and musicians in a special series of dialogues.

Speaker: Hughie O'Donoghue

Chair and interlocutor: Baroness Hale

Hughie O'Donoghue is a British painter and Royal Academician whose works explore themes of universal human experience. His paintings, often on an epic scale, meditate on ideas of truth and the relationship between memory and identity.

Baroness Hale is President of the Supreme Court. In 2009 she became the first woman Justice of the Supreme Court after a varied career as an academic lawyer, law reformer and judge.

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


Places are free but booking is essential. Priority will be given to public servants.

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