7.50pm - 9.15pm, Friday 27 February
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Potter, artist and winner of the Turner Prize, Grayson Perry uses art to depict disturbing subjects, examine social phenomena and question identity. In this Discourse, he’ll explore a question he often asks himself – what is it that art does best? And how does it contribute in a way that other forms of questioning and creativity do not?
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Grayson Perry is an English artist, winner of the Turner Prize in 2003 for his ceramic works, depicting disturbing subjects. He has since turned his talents to textiles, developing tapestries including The Walthamstow Tapestry and The Vanity of Small Differences, examining class mobility.
We have a special set menu for the evening, which will be available before and after the Discourse.
Or beat the bar queue and start your evening with a drink or two whilst enjoying our handmade canapés at the pre-Discourse reception. £15/person from 6.30pm to 7.30pm.
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