Cass Associate Professor Patrick Brill ( aka Bob and Roberta Smith) on judging panel for Artfund's Museum of The Year 2013.
Date: 30 April 2013
Bob and Roberta Smith (aka Patrick Brill) who leads the MA Fina Art course at The Cass is one of the judges touring the country's finest museums and galleries to select the Museum of The Year 2013.
Each year Artfund, a national fundraising charity, celebrates the very best UK museums and galleries by awarding a £100,000 prize for Museum of the Year.
Since 1903, the organisation has helped over 700 museums and galleries throughout the UK acquire thousands of great works of art from 2,000 BC to the present day for the public to enjoy.
They also help people make the most of art by supporting the sharing of collections, and through the National Art Pass - a card that gives free and discounted entry to hundreds of museums, galleries, historic houses and exhibitions
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