‘Poles apart – Fixing the Underrepresentation of Poles in British Art’ – Panel Discussion
27th June, 6:15pm, Topolski Studio, Southbank London
A Panel Discussion entitled: ‘Poles apart – Bringing Cultures Together: how can we fix the chronic underrepresentation in the arts of one of the UK’s largest diasporas’
The event includes a Curators’ Tour of ‘Punks, Princes and Protests: The Chronicles of Feliks Topolski RA’ from 6:15pm followed by the panel discussion at 7pm of ‘Poles apart – Bringing Cultures Together: how can we fix the chronic underrepresentation in the arts of one of the UK’s largest diasporas’
The panel discussion will take the form of a conversation between Dr Marta de Zuniga, Director of the Polish Cultural Institute in London, Professor Andrzej Klimowski and Danusia Schejbal, foremost Anglo-Polish artists, Dr Paul Rennie, British 20th Century Art and Design Historian (Central Saint Martins) and Gallerist (Founder of Rennies Seaside Modern), and the Exhibition Co-Curators – Lucien Topolski, Director of Topolski Memoir charity and Dr Julia Griffin, Co-Curator of award-winning Young Poland and Curator of the Granville-Skarbek Anglo-Polish Cultural Exchange (APCE), a public programming forum originated by POSK (further speakers to be announced).
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