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Sanctuary: Green Spaces and Social Value

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Garden Museum

5 Lambeth Palace Road

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SE1 7LB

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Convened by Professor Eileen Hogan of the University of the Arts, London, to coincide with her residency exhibition, 'Artist-not-in-Residence', at the Garden Museum.

Eileen Hogan created a ‘virtual Garden Museum’ by asking a cross-section of people to nominate a London green space that is important to them and to describe why.

The symposium will feature a panel of experts who will respond to this artistic mapping of London's green spaces and what it can tell us about the value of urban green infrastructure to issues such as mental health and biodiversity to the simple daily pleasure of millions.

The symposium will be introduced by Christopher Woodward, Director of the Garden Museum and will end with a panel discussion chaired by Nigel Carrington, Vice-Chancellor: University of the Arts London and will be followed by a Private View of the exhibition.


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Eileen Hogan, Artist-in-Residence: Garden Museum; Professor: Camberwell, Chelsea and Wimbledon Graduate School

Adam Phillips, writer and psychoanalyst

James Peto, Head of Public Programmes: Wellcome Collection

Jo Gibbons, landscape architect: J & L Gibbons


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£15 – Standard

£10 - Garden Museum Friend and UAL Staff

£5 - Students and under 25s


Photograph © Sandra Lousada

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