Director’s Cut: Frink in Bohemia
£6 adults, £5 concessions
Join Director Marilyn Scott and Curator Peter Hall as they discuss a biographical account of Elisabeth Frink’s life and work and explore the key themes ever-present in her oeuvre.
Elisabeth Frink and her son Lin Jammet in Camargue 1971 © Edward Pool
New research will shed light on Frink's impact on British art as well as uncovering new aspects of her life, relationships and legacy.
Talks will last for approximately 45 minutes with a short time for questions. Numbers are limited, so advance booking is required (01483 737837).