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Open Forum: Join the debate on contemporary sculpture

Has the increasing commercialisation of 'celebrity artists' led to a corruption of value or a broadening of creative opportunities? An expert panel will debate this issues and others facing contemporary sculpture in an Open Forum entitled Sculpture and Commerce - the Corruption of Value? at the Fitzwilliam on Tuesday 16 November. Admission to the event is free, and audience contribution is welcomed. The debate is the third Open Forum to accompany the Museum's outdoor Sculpture Promenade. Chaired by art critic Dr Tom Flynn, the speakers will be: Dr Timothy Potts, Fitzwilliam Museum Director Nick Turvey, sculptor and exhibitor in the 2010 Fitzwilliam Museum Sculpture Promenade Adriana Turpin, Director, Masters course in Art and Business, Wallace Collection/Whitechapel Gallery/IESA Josh Lilley, Founder director of the Josh Lilley Gallery, London

Sculpture and Commerce - the Corruption of Value? Tuesday 16 November 2010 | 12.45-14.15 Admission free Visit the event page

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