Public Lecture by Hannah Sofaer - Director with Portland Sculpture & Quarry Trust
Date: 29 January 2013
Hannah Sofaer - Director with Portland Sculpture & Quarry Trust (PSQT) at the Drill Hall Gallery Studio and Stone Work Space - studied sculpture at Goldsmiths, Chelsea and the Royal College of Art. She works as a visiting tutor and is responsible for the yearly education and research programmes, artist residencies and workshops delivered by PSQT. She has written and delivered a validated BA elective course attracting over 1,000 students over 13 years from 21 Departments and 5 Faculties across the University of Brighton, and supervised MA through site specific performance and one year MA by independent project supported by ARHRC.
|Date and time||31 January 5:30pm|
|Venue||Room 138, Central House|
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