KARST, 22 George Place, Stonehouse, Plymouth, Devon, PL1 3NY
Friday 28 June 2019 – Saturday 17 August 2019
Image Credit: Jo Taylor
Friday 21 June 2019
10.00 - 12.30
Opening Hours: 10.00 - 21.30
Admission Fee: £5/ £3 conc
The Pound Box Office
“How can contemporary arts professionals elevate built environments to create fresh public engagement?”
Artists & educators Anya Beaumont & Jo Taylor are hosting a half day symposium in conjunction with their Arts Council supported project GrowFlowShow, inspired by the architectural story of Corsham. Discussing their roles as contemporary arts professionals will be:
Helene is a Dutch independent art historian & curator, specialising in presenting exhibitions that are 'trans-historic': connecting the present with the past; heritage with contemporary art. Curatorial projects include Sweet 18, Kasteel D’Ursel, Belgium, 2015 and On a Pedestal, Castletown House, Dublin, 2018.
Tom Littlewood, Director, Ginkgo Projects
Tom founded Ginkgo Projects in 2001 after having led the arts charity Independent Public Arts. He has wide and grounded experience in generating and leading creative projects that integrate art and creativity as a key element of environmental, architectural and regenerative schemes.
Grace Davies, Contemporary Arts Programme Manager, The National Trust
“Working with artists through Trust New Art enables us to tell our stories in different ways, create fresh conversations and bring new audiences to our special places. National Trust fully supports the principle of paying artists and arts organisations fairly for the work they undertake at research, proposal and delivery stages of commissioned projects, and is a firm supporter of the Paying Artists Campaign.”
Working towards a South West where talented artists thrive, and a resilient and connected visual arts ecology that inspires more engaged and diverse audiences to value and advocate for its work.
Part of the Contemporary Visual Arts Network