TrAIN Open Lecture
DR VIRGINIA WHILES, DR AMNA MALIK & NIRU RATNAM IN CONVERSATION | CHAIR: SUTAPA BISWAS |
17th November, 17:15 – 19:00
Lecture Theatre – Chelsea College of Art and Design, SW1P 4JU (Atterbury Street entrance)
This event is part of the TrAIN Open Lectures Series and is the third in a series of talks organised by Sutapa Biswas at CCW for the graduate programme
This event is free and open to all.
Dr. Virginia Whiles is an Art Historian, critic and curator. She completed her Doctorate in Social Anthropology at S.O.A.S. (2007), the title of her thesis, Miniature Manoeuvres: Tradition and Subversion in Contemporary Pakistani Art.
Dr. Amna Malik is a Lecturer in Art History and Theory at the Slade School of Fine Art, University College London. She has published a number of articles and essays examining contemporary art practice from the perspective of diaspora.
Niru Ratnam is Director of the Aicon Gallery, London. He studied English Literature at Oxford University, and completed his Masters in Art History at the Courtauld Institute of Art.
Sutapa Biswas is an internationally recognised artist, and Reader at Chelsea College of Art and Design, CCW, UAL.
The Event will be recorded for broadcast purposes, by ONFM Radio 101.4