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Panel Discussion: The Art of Defence

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Thursday 21 February 2019

5:00pm - 7:00pm


Panel Discussion

A025 Lecture Theatre, AUB
5:00pm – 6:00pm

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Drinks Reception

TheGallery, AUB
6:00pm – 7:00pm

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The panel will be discussing the role of artists, graphic designers and other creative practitioners in the defence of Britain during wartime.

Event and exhibition hosted by Professor Stuart Bartholomew, CBE, Principal and Vice-Chancellor, AUB

Chaired by David Lund, Senior Lecturer BA (Hons) Modelmaking, Arts University Bournemouth

Panel Members to include:

  • Camilla Wilkinson, Senior Lecturer, Department of Architecture and Cities University of Westminster.

  • Naomi Games, Designer and Author

  • Nick Welch, Chief Operating Officer, Arts University Bournemouth

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Following AUB’s collaborative contribution to Dazzle: Disguise and Disruption in War and Art, curated by James Taylor and held at the St Barbe Museum and Art Gallery in Lymington, this major new exhibition contextualises the artist Norman Wilkinson’s First World War ‘Dazzle’ schemes of disruptive camouflage against the wider contribution of the arts and creative industries to the defence of Britain in wartime.

Read more on the exhibition

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Admission: Free
Booking is essential (limited numbers)

Please bring your tickets with you for entry to the panel discussion. Tickets are not needed for the Private View.

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The panel discussion will take place in the A025 Lecture Theatre located on the Arts University Bournemouth campus. A025 Lecture Theatre is on the opposite side of the campus' main car park, in the Northwest Gallery, North Building.

Free parking is available on site. There is no need to reserve a space.

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