Paul Nash Curatorial panel discussion

Christopher Baines | Michelle Castelletti| Jan Cox | David Boyd Haycock | Ian Holgate |Peter Vass 

Join the curatorial team for an informal discussion on the work of Paul Nash, and how this fits within his whole output and within Oxfordshire.

Christopher Baines runs a website about Paul Nash’s connection with the Wittenham Clumps and is the author of Pyramids in England: Paul Nash and the Wittenham Clumps. He has been interviewed about Nash for the BBC television programmes Countryfile and Andrew Graham Dixon’s Paul Nash: The Ghosts of War.

Dr Michelle Castelletti is an interdisciplinary artist and ‘a noted polymath’, published by Universal Edition, Vienna, and recorded by BIS Records and ARS Produktion.  She has received 5* reviews of her work and curations across the international circuit.   Accolades include the BBC Classical Music Magazine Orchestral Choice of the Month (The Proms Edition), THE Award for Excellence and Innovation in the Arts, and OPUS Klassik Awards.  She is Director of Oxford Festival of the Arts.

Dr. Jan D. Cox received a BA (Hons) from Oxford Brookes, an MA from Bristol and a PhD from Leeds. He specialises in the study and teaching of 19th-century Scandinavian art and British art of the early twentieth century.

David Boyd Haycock is an Oxford-based writer and curator whose books have included Paul Nash and A Crisis of Brilliance: Five Young British Artists and the Great War.

Peter Vass is a Fellow of Oxford Brookes University and lectures regularly on 20thC art history and the local history of Oxford.

Dr Ian Holgate is a Senior Lecturer in History of Art at Oxford Brookes University. He teaches and researches many aspects of British art from the first half of the twentieth century with a particular interest in issues of artistic identity, the careers of artists and their engagement with art institutions and the art market.

Pembroke College JCR Art Collection is a student-owned and -administered world-class collection of post-war British artwork that was the first of its kind in Oxford or Cambridge when it was first established by undergraduates in 1947. The JCR Art Fund hosts regular exhibitions in their purpose-built gallery space which is operated and invigilated entirely by Pembroke students.’

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Jun 05 2024


6:30 pm

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Pichette Auditorium, Pembroke College
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