Sharon Haward: A Sense of Place & Melissa Burn: Hubris Nemesis Catastrophe
13.45: Meet in the entrance hall at Margate Station on Saturday 10 December
An opportunity to visit Sharon Haward’s photographs of Margate residents’ memorabilia & objects from Margate Museum’s collection.
A Sense of Place has been realisedas part of Playland, a film by Jivko Darakchiev
14.15: Walk to Turner Contemporary
14.30: The Foyle Room 3, Turner Contemporary
Join artist Melissa Burn for a free talk on her research & sculptural practice which inform her current exhibition Hubris Nemesis Catastrophe at Limbo Arts, Margate
Burn participated in Time, Place, Space Limbo Associate Members Show 2015 & was awarded a solo show by artist/selector Adam Chodzko.
16.00: Walk to Limbo Arts, 2 Bilton Square, High Street
Burn will present her new installation at Limbo Arts with an opportunity for discussion over refreshments
The work of Haward & Burn is supported using public funding from The National Lottery through Arts Council England, a KCC Combined Member Grant from Cllr Will Scobie & the in-kind support of Limbo Arts.
A Sense of Place has been realised by funding from The Big Lottery through Awards for All with the in-kind support of Margate Museum & Southeastern Railway.
Photos: © Sharon Haward & Dan Bass 2016