Free, suggested donation £3*
Medicine Bakery and Gallery
69 New Street, Birmingham B2 4DU
Art teachers, lecturers and students are invited to this seminar focusing on influential British educator Marion Richardson (1892–1946), who studied at Moseley School of Art and the Birmingham Municipal School of Arts and Crafts from 1908 to 1912, before working in residence at Winson Green and Holloway prisons under the influence of Margery Fry. Taking place in Lucy Orta’s exhibition, Procession Banners, and led by artist Cathy Wade, Course Leader MA Arts in Education Practices, BCU, the session draws upon Richardson’s personal papers in Birmingham City University’s Art and Design Archive.
Please note Medicine is only accessible via a steep staircase. Presented as part of BCU’s celebrations of 175 years at the heart of Birmingham life.
Please book online or call Ikon Shop on 0121 248 0711. Online booking closes at 2pm on Tuesday 30 October.
*Please consider making a donation for this free event. Ikon is a registered charity and your support helps us with everything we do.