Through his Talk, Hideyuki will explore the relevance of John Ruskin’s legacy to our contemporary context, and consider his exhibition in the light of that. He will share his personal experience of research, and how he developed the project, particularly the portrait of John Ruskin. He will also give the audience a glimpse of his art practice, philosophy and technical concept using a PowerPoint presentation.
7.30pm (doors open at 7.00pm). Tickets £7 (includes glass of wine on arrival). Pre-talk supper can be booked in advance by email firstname.lastname@example.org.