Meeting Monday 6th February 2012, Tate Britain
The next meeting of the British Art Discussion Group will be held on Monday 6 February at 4pm at Tate Britain. Rosanna Eckersley, a doctoral student at the University of East Anglia, will open the discussion, with ‘Winifred Knights’ The Deluge (1920): a metaphor out of Poussin and ‘Genesis’ for the Great War’. The meeting will be held in one of the Tate’s meeting rooms, and so those interested in attending will need to meet beforehand and go to the room together – the group will therefore congregate outside the Manton entrance to the gallery at 3.45pm and go from there. If you plan to attend, please email the organisers Greg Salter (G.Salter@uea.ac.uk) and Katherine Aspinall (K.Aspinall@uea.ac.uk) so that they can arrange for a security pass. The British Art Discussion Group is a group of graduate British art researchers who meet regularly at central London locations to share and discuss our research on modern and contemporary British art – all are welcome to attend and join the discssion: if you require any further information don’t hesitate to get in touch with Katie or Greg.