BRA Conference 2020: Thursday 23 April 2020

COVID 19 UPDATE: CONFERENCE POSTPONED

Due to current advice from the UK Government about Covid 19,  the British Records Association 2020 Conference has been postponed. 

We are working with the venue and speakers to work out a new date, and will provide an update once this has been confirmed. Tickets already purchased will still be valid for the rescheduled conference date; refunds will also be available.

 

BRA Conference 2020: Thursday 23 April 2020
Creative Encounters. Art in the Archives

The Gallery, 77 Cowcross Street, London EC1M 6EL

Programme

 

09.45 Registration and coffee

10.15 WELCOME

10.30 Alexia Kirk, Archivist, Archive of Art and Design, V&A: Researching, residing, making: historians and practitioners in the archive

11.00 Charlotte Brunskill, Archivist, Records & Data Protection Manager, and Jenny Hill, Assistant Archivist & Records Manager, the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art: Brian Sewell: art historian, celebrity, ‘Outsider’ – conflicting identities in the Archive

11.30 Victoria Lane, Library & Archive Manager, Shakespeare’s Globe: Stuff, Box, Archive: working with contemporary artists on their archives

12.00 – 12.30 Questions and discussion

12.30 BUFFET LUNCH

13.30 Mark Pomeroy, Archivist, Royal Academy of Arts: A peek behind the red velvet curtain – hunting for the real Sir Thomas Lawrence

14.00 Toby Treves, Author, Publisher and Curator, Modern Art Press: Provenance research and the catalogue raisonné: Peter Lanyon

14.30 Dr Giorgia Bottinelli, Curator of Historic Art, Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery: John Crome: The quiet modern

15.00 – 15.30 Questions and discussion

15.30 BREAK FOR TEA OR COFFEE

16.00 Panel Session: Archives and art: Interactions

The panel will consider the question: If it exists at all, where does the boundary between art and document lie?

Alan Crookham, The National Gallery Research Centre [Chair] Sir Charles Saumarez Smith, Chairman of the Royal Drawing School
Michael Takeo Magruder, Artist & Researcher: Remixing the Archive
Sarah Haylett, Tate: Active Archives at Tate
Emilie Cloos, The National Archives

17.00 END OF CONFERENCE

 

COVID 19 UPDATE: CONFERENCE POSTPONED